Bandai Namco UK released, a very informative video on the upcoming My Hero Academia video game. The video features the game producer for this ambitious title Aoba Miyazaki. She explains that her group released the first trailer announcing the new upcoming My Hero Academia game to the world and that it will be released in 2018. She also mentions how specifically in Japan the new game was first suppose to be on the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

 

 

On the other hand the game director Aoba Miyzaki explained that My Hero Academia: One Justice will be releasing worldwide for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC Digital release. She explains that it was a challenge to acquire the game for all 4 platforms but the game director wanted to deliver this video game to a large population of My Hero Academia fans worldwide. My Hero Academia the anime has the three following themes: Friendship, Effort and Victory and additionally the clash between Heroes and Villains and their own belief and goals she also states that’s what makes the fights so tense and appealing. She also states that viewers can empathise with many of the characters not just the main character Izuku, Midoriya.

In Japan the third season of My Hero Academia has already been announced and it is, currently in development. Each episodes of the weekly Jump is very exciting for fans in Japan to witness. 2018 will be a “PLUS ULTRA” for My Hero Academia. The lead game producer Aoba Miyazaki decided to allow this video game to be sold overseas which is amazing for all the My Hero Academia fans.

My Hero Academia will be classed as a fighting game, Aoba Miyazaki announced the two iconic characters from the Hero side and Villain side. Aoba Miyazaki also explains how in terms of gameplay Izuku was designed as a short ranged power type character, this game sounds very ambitious the lead game producer Aoba Miyazaki is very passionate and the presentation of the trailer is fantastic, this video game will be amazing and have a great entertainment value for all My Hero Academia fans.

 

 

 

 


Date published: 22/12/17

Written by: Joseph Opoku 

Source:  (1) Bandai Namco UK [Twitter]

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