Tomura Shigaraki Rots His Enemies In My Hero One’s Justice On Nintendo Switch

Tomura Shigaraki My Hero One's Justice Screenshot

Bandai Namco Entertainment has announced that My Hero One’s Justice will be the final game name for My Hero Game Project, an arena brawler based on the hit Weekly Shonen Jump manga series.

Tomura Shigaraki has been revealed as the League of Villains leader, and won’t hesitate to use his Decay quirk to make his opponents rot.

For every consecutive hit that he makes with his special skill, a countdown will start to decide your opponent’s fate. And, when his special attack hits four times in a row, it will automatically decrease your opponent’s HP to 0.

The Sidekick System feature has also been revealed, where you can cooperate with two sidekicks in a fight to help turn the tide of battle in your favour. You can pair with a character of your choice and, with one button, you can call on them for support to create devastating combos.

My Hero One’s Justice will release for Nintendo Switch worldwide in 2018.

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