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My Hero Academia: Battle for All Gameplay Video Previews All Might

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

The official website of Bandai Namco Entertainment's My Hero Academia: Battle for All Nintendo 3DS game began streaming one more gameplay video on Sunday featuring All Might.

The video previews All Might's fighting style and his "One for All" quirk. Although All Might is extremely powerful, his quirk has a time limit that will cause the player to lose the fight if it is reached. Using his overwhelming strength, All Might can force enemies into a corner and unleash devastating attacks like "Backdrop" and "Detroit Smash." Additionally, players can tap the bottom screen to fill his "One for All Gauge." When the gauge is full, All Might's attack power and movement speed will increase, but his time limit will also approach more quickly.

The video also reveals that the next gameplay video will feature Tomura Shigaraki.

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

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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