My Hero Academia – the Game Project: added a Villain and a Hero, the first images
Through the first information appeared in the preview of the 18th issue of Weekly Shonen Jump, which is available from Monday 2 April 2018 in Japan, we learn that two new playable characters will be introduced in the roster of My Hero Academia: Game Project (One's Justice in the japanese edition), the video game console of the latest generation, inspired by My Hero Academia, i.e. the manga written and illustrated by Kohei Horikoshi on Weekly Shonen Jump.
In particular, the two characters are, respectively, a Hero and a Villain, or Shota Aizawa (Eraser Head) and Stain (Chizome Akaguro).
The two characters created by Kohei Horikoshi have a different feature called “QUIRK”:
Below, here is the excerpt of "Weekly Shonen Jump", which announces the two new playable characters. In addition to the concept art dedicated, there are also four images that show the Hero in action:
In the last BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe has released the official press release through which it confirms that Stain and Shota Aizawa will join the cast of "MY HERO" Game Project, the planned title for the year 2018 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC Digital via STEAM® and other distributors.
The Hero Killer Stain can paralyze the target and ingesting samples of their blood. Just lick the blood from his knife to activate its Uniqueness.
Shota Aizawa, also known as Eraser Head, is a Pro Hero and a teacher of Class 1-A of the U. A. its Uniqueness allows it to nullify the powers of anyone just by looking at it.
In addition, the distributor has also released the previously unpublished images of the characters that you can see in the following gallery:
For the moment, the playable characters are: Izuku Midoriya, Katsuki Bakugo, Tomura Shigaraki, All Might, Ochacho Uraraka, Tenya Iida, Shoto Todoroki, Shoto Aizawa and Stain.
Produced by BYKING Studios, the title will have superpowers, called the Uniqueness, and the clash between Superheroes and Supervillains. Players will be able to enjoy the enormous destruction of the stage to the ground but also up in the air using the walls and the surrounding buildings.
Finally, My Hero Academia: the Game Project is expected to be in 2018 on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and the PC.
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