One Punch Man Game Presents Saitama in regular mode

Trying to adapt the material resources as well as possible is one of the main strengths of Bandai Namco’s concoction games. That regardless of the manga or anime they bring to this interactive game, it is always interesting to see how they adapt one or two unique characters to the gameplay system they are carrying. A policy that they can take considering the target market which is more intended for fans than to meet the competitive scene, especially for the fighting genre. The same thing they want to push via the latest fighting game – One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows.

Because as we know, to ensure the impression of Saitama – the main character as an overpowered character like in the anime / manga version, he is still a character who is ready to kill any enemy with just one hit. The good news? Bandai Namco also seems to understand that there are many gamers out there who want to play Saitama but at the same time enjoy the sensation of a balanced fight like other characters. Via the latest trailer, they finally announced a different version of Saitama – the Dream Version of Saitama, wearing its signature pajamas. Saitama’s Dream Version will be positioned as an “ordinary” character, where he will be able to exchange blows with any character. That’s right, he is no longer positioned as a one-time-at-death character as he should.

Unfortunately it is unclear whether the Saitama Dream Version will still carry the hero waiting system like the mechanic that was announced earlier and whether it will be placed in a separate roster slot or not. One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows himself planned to be released on February 28, 2020 for the Playstation 4, Xbox One, and of course – PC.