My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission is the newest game to come out of Bandai Namco. It is a tactical RPG that revolves around the concept of being able to control different heroes and their abilities in order to defeat enemies. Each protagonist has a unique playstyle, so you’ll be able to find one that suits your tastes.
The gameplay is really fun and makes for a unique experience if you’re looking for something to play with your friends. Even though the game has some problems, it’s still one of the better tactical RPGs out there.
Visually, the game looks amazing at all times; rich environments and character designs make up a beautiful world. Each character has their own look that helps differentiate them from one another. The detail on even the “generic” heroes is really impressive.
The music is composed of remixes from the My Hero Academia anime, so it’s very lively and fun to listen to. The sound effects are probably the weakest aspect of this game, but they’re still not bad by any means.
The one thing that I have an issue with is with some of the controls. Certain actions, like jumping and attacking with your chainsaw, are done through touch-based input. While this may be a real pain for the developers, it still feels awkward to me when I’m fighting against an enemy because I can’t seem to hit them. The game should consider incorporating a shoulder button for these actions instead so it will make it easier for users to hit enemies without having to use any hints.