Worthy of a Class-A Hero! One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows is a solid fighting game experience wrapped in nostalgia and callbacks to the animated source material. Fans of the anime will love to be able to play as their favorite characters and add their own flair to this over the top world of heroes and monsters. Despite some drawbacks the game is a fun way to immerse yourself in the world of One Punch Man and feel like a true Hero.
Peguei em promoção, com todas as dlcs, paguei uma merreca. Bandai errou muito com esse jogo, mas baseado no meu custo benefício, gostei muito do game. É divertido. Mas apoio a opinião de quem pagou preço cheio na época e deu nota zero aqui. Entrega diversão por 40 reais, mais que isso pode ser decepcionante.
I bougth a Deal with ALL dlcs. Bandai made a mistake with this game. I like the because the low cost, but I aproves the Low rating opinion. The game is not worth full price, but It's a great 8 dollars game.
If you are a fan of One Punch Man you’ll probably get a kick out of A Hero Nobody Knows but don’t expect it to keep you playing long. For every minute of brilliance there is an hour of grinding to go along with it, and that’s trying even for the most dedicated fans of the Caped Baldy.
One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows is unfortunately not the hero this city deserves… or needs. While it does a good job of capturing the aesthetic and charm of the One Punch Man universe via its cast of recognisable characters and suitably ludicrous character customisation, it doesn't quite hold its own as a video game. Instead, it stumbles in its presentation, content and, crucially, it's combat. With more of a focused vision on what it wanted to be it might have been able to set itself apart, but this is sadly not the case here.
One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows is aimed firmly at the target audience of games such as Jump Force. It finds subtle ways to translate One Punch Man’s comical lore into gameplay but forgets to polish the central experience before padding it out with filler. There’s a respectable degree of fanservice here, but little to see for casual fans. The silver-lining is in the anime aesthetics, which make the game worth a second glance for those on the fence.
No tengo otro juego de One punch man con el cual comparar resultados, me asombra que lograron solventar a saitama y su poder infinito, gameplay bueno, aun asi falta mas mimo en el juego para sus fans, casi que le falta Fanservise, o falto desarrollo, aun así para ser el primer juego de esa serie esta bien... por ahora.
- Trilha sonora (nada muito memorável)
- Queda de frame rate
- modo historia pouco inspirado e repetitivo
- Side quests repetitivas
Conclusão, compre se for fã do careca de capa.
It's funny because you'd think Spike Chunsoft would learn after Jump Force but no, why don't we take a franchise that many people love and make it worse than Jump Force. The gameplay is somehow worse than Jump Force with the story once again being bland missions. The Saitama mechanic isn't even a bad idea either but it's locked to such an awful game. Never make another fighting game again Spike Chunsoft.
SummaryExperience the world of ONE-PUNCH MAN for yourself in “ONE PUNCH MAN: A HERO NOBODY KNOWS”. Form a team of your favorite heroes and villains. Grow your techniques and see who reigns supreme in this ONE-PUNCH MAN game.