If you’ve ever imagined yourself as one of the heroes from the hugely popular anime My Hero Academia, here’s your chance to live out your fantasy. My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero Anime is a spectacular free role-playing game (RPG) from Sony Pictures Television and puts you in the thick of the action.
In the open-world city of Honei, you’ll meet heroes, heroes in training and villains. You’ll need to learn and develop the unique fighting skills of your chosen hero, and join up with others to fight the villains who threaten the common peace. For more hero-oriented RPG action, check out One-Punch Man: Road to Hero 2.0, Dragon Ball Legends and AFK Heroes: Idle Arena - Peak Battle.
Who is the No. 1 My Hero Academia Hero?
The most successful hero of all time is the Flame Hero: Endeavor. To date, he has more resolved cases to his credit than any other hero. However, the Hero Public Safety Commission annually reviews the performance of all heroes. Factors assessed in this ranking are the sizes of the cases resolved, and the overall popularity of the hero. This means that the most effective hero may not always be ranked at the top of the hero chart.
Why is Mineta hated?
Minoru Mineta, whose hero name is Fresh-Picked Hero: Grape Juice, is the epitome of the anti-hero in Hero Academia. The main reasons for his unpopularity are his lecherous behaviour towards females, his motives for being a hero and his extreme confidence swings. However, when he’s focused, he’s a brilliant strategist. For example, when he fights, he uses his Pop Off spheres Quirk to disable enemies, allowing the other heroes to finish them off.
Where can I get MHA: The Strongest Hero?
My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero is available for free for devices running Android 4.4 and newer.
My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero is one of the best in-game visuals we’ve seen. It’s common for games based on anime or manga to have cutscenes that are faithful to the style of the source material, but MHA maintains that quality throughout the game. Even during combat, the graphics are still in the style you’re accustomed to, so there’s no visual jarring between the gameplay and the cutscenes.
Whether or not you’re already a fan of the My Hero Academia series, this action-packed adventure is definitely worth downloading. It may even pique your interest in the characters and the MHA universe.