My Hero One's Justice is the arcade-type game adaptation of My Hero Academia, the hit manga/anime series. Just recently, some brand new gameplay footage for the upcoming game has released online, showcasing the Story mode and more.
Unfortunately the several gameplay videos for My Hero One's Justice are all untranslated from Japanese, but we can still get a general idea of what's going on. In the video just below for example, we can see a single level from the Story mode of the game. It looks like the story mode for the game takes visual cues from the My Hero Academia manga, going through the dialogue before introducing us to the action.
On top of this, if the gameplay footage just above is anything to go by, it looks like we'll be playing through scenes straight out of the anime/manga. The fight with Stain took place back in Season 2 of the My Hero Academia anime, and was a major milestone for Iida's character development.
If you want another slice of My Hero One's Justice gameplay, then check out the video just below. This time the footage being shown is from a 'Mission', but is again in untranslated Japanese. I can speak some Japanese but I'm not that good, damnit.
My Hero One's Justice is set to launch for the PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on October 26. We played the game on an undocked Nintendo Switch earlier this year, and to find out what we made of the anime brawler, head over to our My Hero One's Justice preview.