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My Hero Academia: Battle for All's 3DS Gameplay Videos Preview Denki, Yūga

posted on by Sarah Nelkin
May 19 game features same voice cast as anime, includes side stories for each playable character

The official website for Bandai Namco Entertainment's My Hero Academia: Battle for All Nintendo 3DS game began streaming two more gameplay videos on Monday.

The video for Denki Kaminari introduces his fighting style. The fighter can use multiple hits followed by a large discharge of electricity to make a combo. He can also use handy techniques like "human stun gun" and "discharge." However, if the player uses too many of these skills in a row, Denki's brain will short-circuit and he will become stupid. He also has an electricity gauge that can be charged by tapping the Nintendo 3DS' screen.

In Yūga Aoyama's video, his long-distance laser is introduced. His laser can be used at a distance to chip off an opponent's HP. In addition, when the merry-go-round gauge on the bottom touch screen is full, Yūga can use Ultimate Time, which raises the power and longevity of his lasers.

Bandai Namco Entertainment previously streamed gameplay videos for Eijirō Kirishima, Shōto Todoroki, Tsuyu Asui, Minoru Mineta, Ochako Uraraka, Tenya Iida, Izuku Midoriya, Katsuki Bakugō, Momo Yaoyorozu, and Kyōka Jirō.

The game will ship on May 19.

Each playable character in the game will have a side story that can be unlocked by beating the main story mode, as well as character customization options. The game's voice cast are reprising their roles from the currently airing television anime series.

In the game, players aim to become the "No. 1 hero," and the manga's characters will appear with their unique powers. The game will retail for 5,700 yen (about US$50). Those who purchase the first edition of the game will get two cards for the Boku no Hero Academia: Gekitotsu! Heroes Battle (My Hero Academia: Clash! Heroes Battle) arcade card game as well as a download code for a Nintendo 3DS theme.

The Boku no Hero Academia: Gekitotsu! Heroes Battle arcade card game launched in Japanese arcades on April 28.


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