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Bandai Namco Entertainment is the king of anime based fighting video games. My Hero One’s Justice is the latest one to come into Family Friendly Gaming. I should clarify that Family Friendly Gaming purchased a retail version of My Hero One’s Justice on the Playstation 4. I have no clue why the PR and Marketing people for this game failed us so completely. It seems to be a theme recently though. My guess is because we are not part of the drive by fake news corrupt gaming media.

The issues families will have with My Hero One’s Justice are bad language, blood, violence, lack of attire, enticement to lust, and more. This home console video game requires we agree to all of their terms to play our own property that we purchased. Good luck telling them no and getting your money back from the store after the product was already opened. No wonder the video game industry has such a corruption problem - it is concepts like this that exhibit how messed up the thought process is at these companies.

We are treated to Japanese voices in My Hero One’s Justice. I was not familiar with the anime until this video game. My Hero One’s Justice is a fighting game where eighty percent of the population have Quirks. What are Quirks? They give people super powers. There are plenty of moves the characters can do in this fighting game. The cut scenes look like a comic book. They might also be stills from the anime since they are in color.

The game play in My Hero One’s Justice is interesting. We can knock opposing characters out of their special attacks. We can also attack one another at the same time. Blocking during a combo is also allowed in My Hero One’s Justice. The tutorial forces the player to do all of the moves. Some of them require a special bar to be built up. The modes in My Hero One’s Justice are Story Mode, Missions, Local Match, Training, Online Mode, Customize Profile, Customize Character, Gallery, Settings, and, Arcade.

I like My Hero One’s Justice better than some of the 3D one on one fighting games Bandai Namco Entertainment has published. I am not that big on the anime behind this game, but I am not against it either. Two family members can fight against one another in My Hero One’s Justice. There are multiple costumes, poses, and more that can be unlocked in My Hero One’s Justice. I feel My Hero One’s Justice is a rental at best.


Graphics: 50%
Sounds: 50%
Replay/Extras: 50%
Gameplay: 75%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Nintendo Switch/PC/Xbox One/PS4(tested)
Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment
Developer: Spike Chunsoft
Rating: ‘T’ - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Language, Mild Blood, Mild Suggestive Themes, Violence}

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