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My Hero One's Justice 2 - Review

The plethora of tie-in from anime and manga is now incalculable, a veritable mess of productions that, riding the wave of success of the original work, aim at a profit, if not easy, at least ...

My Hero One's Justice 2: new characters revealed in the new trailer

My Hero One's Justice 2 is presented in a new gameplay trailer, revealing the expected new characters and preorder bonuses. The video opens with Midoriya in its Shoot Style version (character already present ...

My Hero One's Justice - Review - PS4

With My Hero One's Justice there are over ten titles based on anime or manga that Bandai Namco has released only this year. As you can easily guess from the name, this time it fell to ...

Live Action of My Hero Academia in development

In these days in the newsroom we are testing the game of My Hero Academia for PS4 and from nothing comes this fantastic (or terrible, seen most of the live adaptations of anime in the past) ...

My Hero Academia, here is who will give his voice to Deku, All Might and ...

A few days ago it was announced that My Hero Academia, the anime that has depopulated in Japan and that for some years has also conquered Italy, will arrive in Italy on Italia 2, with of course ...

My Hero Academia: One's Justice coming to the 2018

As anticipated a few days ago, here announced My Hero Academia: One's Justice. Bandai Namco has released a trailer for the title, which shows that My Hero Academia: One's Justice will be an action and that it will reach ...
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My Hero Academia: One's Justice shows a new character and an explosive combat

During a Live Stream from the Jump Festa at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, a city near Tokyo, Namco Bandai Entertainment revealed a new character for My Hero Academia: One's Justice, title ...

Bandai Namco suggests the arrival of a game on My Hero Academia

Bandai Namco recently opened a teaser site that shows a microwave and an egg, and those of you who are familiar with My Hero Academia might know a thing or two ...

Apple confirms: no xCloud and Stadia on iOS devices

Despite a long period of testing, neither Microsoft nor Google managed to convince Apple. In a recent statement to Business Insider, a representative ...

Rumor - Resident Evil Village, leaked details on the story, prologue and ...

Long before the official announcement, Resident Evil Village has been the victim of numerous leaks, including one that unveiled quite early ...

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