Bandai Namco could, arguably, have made it clearer with the title, but My Hero One's Justice 2 is the second game based on the wildly popular My Hero Academia anime series. Like its predecessor, the game is an arena brawler full of amped up battles fueled by weird and wonderful superpowers.
The series is set in a world where most people are born with a 'quirk', aka a superpower, and the best of them are recruited to become Pro Heroes and fight crime. The story campaign follows Izuku Deku' Midoriya and his peers in U.A. High School class 1-A and we jump in about halfway through the anime's third series, when the students take their tests to get their Provisional Hero Licenses. The story mode will a) get you up to speed on what's been going on in My Hero Academia and b) allow you to unlock customisation options, as well as mixing it up with the game's characters (Kendo Rappa, Mr. Compress, Twice, Mirio 'LeMillion' Togata, Nejire Hado, Tamaki Amajiki, Minoru Mineta, Sir Nighteye, Fat Gum, Gang Orca, Seiji Shishikura and Camie Utsushimi join the last game's roster for this outing).
Beyond that, arcade, free play and training modes are good places to learn the art of heroing, and you can then take your hard-won skills online for ranked and unranked multiplayer. There's also 'Mission Mode' - in it you start your own hero agency, but it's more of a hardcore survival mode than it is a hero management sim.This is a game that's about big, over the top action. Fans of My Hero Academia are going to love it.