Bandai Namco is working on new games based on sagas from the manganime: one of One Piece and two others from My Hero One’s Justice, precisely the two most popular comics in the official reader of the Shueisha publishing house, Manga Plus. At least, that is what is extracted from three brands that the Japanese company has registered in Japan and in Europe and that have been detected by the headline Gematsu.
On the one hand, Bandai Namco Entertainment and publisher Shueisha have registered One Piece Odyssey in Japan. The registration was carried out on June 17, but it has not been made public until this Tuesday, July 6. No information is detailed and the logo appears to be simply a placeholder.
The publisher has published numerous games of One Piece developed by different studies. The last, One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4, it’s a musou (action game with mass combat) developed by Omega Force that was released in March 2020 for PC, Nintendo Switch, PS4 and Xbox One. One Piece: World Seeker, a promising open-world adventure developed by Ganbarion for PC, PS4, and Xbox One that sadly did not do justice to the manganime.
MHUR Y MHUI will be related to My Hero One’s Justice
On the other hand, Bandai Namco registered in Europe on June 25 the trademarks “MHUI” Y “MHUR“Both appeared on the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) website, but seem to have been removed since they were spread online. Gematsu point out that it could be games related to My Hero Academia, manganime known in Spain as My Hero One’s Justice.
In October 2018, Bandai Namco published a three dimensional fighting game based on that saga developed by Byking for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. In its analysis, Ramn Varela said that he has “good ideas” and that “hooks”, but that it seems “a substitute for the Naruto of Cyberconnect2 without the studio teacher. “The title had a sequel less than two years later,” a revision of its predecessor. “