Aoba Miyazaki producer of Bandai Namco's upcoming 3v3 fighting game/brawler My Hero One's Justice recently shared some interesting facts about the game. One of which was the Villain Mode in which players are given the opportunity to experience the entire story mode based on the villain's viewpoint. Miyazaki states that the mentioned feature was deemed necessary due to the fact that "the origins of heroes cannot be told without villains."
"In a world without Evil, there can be no Good, and of course no Heroes either. They are like two sides of the same coin."
He also added that the game was designed so that Quirks won't be the main factor that will influence the outcome of each battle. To accomplish this, characters are divided into two categories of specialties which is either long or short range. In addition to that, battle strategies will depend heavily on the combination of the main character and his sidekicks.
My Hero One's Justice is based on the highly acclaimed superhero manga My Hero Academia. Featuring some of the most iconic characters from the franchise reliving their finest moments and battles based on the original plot. The game will have an Anime-style graphics complete with destructible environments. The game is scheduled to launch on October 26, for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch. Check out the latest trailer for the game below and stay tuned for more gaming news and updates.
"My Hero One's Justice Story Trailer"
Source: PlayStation Blog, Bandai Namco