Saitama Goes Mobile in Official One-Punch Man: Road to Hero Game

Pre-registration is now open for iOS and Android users

One-Punch Man

 

The strongest hero is officially punching his way to the world of mobile games! Oasis Games Ltd. announced One-Punch Man: Road to Hero this morning, with the launch set to follow sometime after the anime's second season. For now, pre-registration is live, and players can sign up online to get an in-game gift and be notified as soon as Road to Hero is available on iOS and Android devices. 

 

One-Punch Man: Road to Hero follows the story of ONE and Yusuke Murata's manga, with the first anime season's plot and characters intact. There are dozens of chapters to go through along with over 50 characters to collect and play. Gameplay comes in the form of a turn-based mobile card RPG, giving players a chance to form their own teams and fight the many massive monsters from the series.

 

Beyond regular battles, Road to Hero supports PvP, and the anime's voice cast will be there throughout. So far, Makoto Furukawa (Saitama), Kaito Ishikawa (Genos), and Kaji Yuki (Speed-o'-Sound Sonic) have been confirmed. 

 

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Features:

 

  • Officially Authorized: An authentic recreation of the original hit anime series, featuring the original anime voice acting
  • Play Every Battle: Relive thrilling confrontations with powerful mysterious beings, such as Vaccine Man, Deep Sea King and Lord Boros
  • More Than 50+ Collectable Characters: The game includes powerful mysterious beings and S-Class heroes, and players can learn more through training them
  • Power is King: Use a combination of strategy and strength to reach the summit through multiple battle modes, and save in-game battle videos to share moments of glory!
  • Share Gameplay Strategy: Browse the player review section to learn all the characters, or chat with players to discuss optimal strategies

 

There's also an official Facebook page. Stay tuned for more as details emerge! 

 

 

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Joseph Luster is the Games and Web editor at Otaku USA Magazine. You can read his webcomic, BIG DUMB FIGHTING IDIOTS at subhumanzoids. Follow him on Twitter @Moldilox. 

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