Anime Is Perfect For Fighting Game Fodder

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According to (This article and its images were originally posted on Kotaku September 25, 2018 at 07:19AM.)

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Screenshot: Arc System Works, Namco Bandai, Image: Namco Bandai

While at the Tokyo Game Show, I checked out a trio of fighters based on anime games, including Kill la Kill: IF, My Hero: One’s Justice and Jump Force.

Anime has long been fertile fodder for fighting games. The colorful and interesting characters plus the combative nature of shonen anime and manga make an ideal launching point.

Kill la Kill: IF is the latest from Arc System Works, the fighting game developer most recently responsible for Dragon Ball FighterZ. It’s an arena-based fighter with plenty of ranged and close-quarters combat. Right off the bat, I was unleashing a flurry of attacks, punctuated with quick cutscenes.


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