As it happens with films, the anime industry has also had an important presence within video games. Sadly, many anime-based games do not always turn out to be as good as we would all like, but it is also true that there are many others who definitely deserve your time and attention. That’s why here we have decided to gather the best five anime games.
- Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst
- Bleach: The Blade of Fate
- Astro Boy: Omega Factor
- One Piece Pirate Warriors 4
- Dragon Ball Fighterz
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst
Undoubtedly, Naruto’s Franchise Ultimate Ninja Storm has given us many great games over the years. However, Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 is considered by many as one of the best, this thanks to an incredible story mode that loved fans. Additionally, the improved mechanics and fights of your predecessor became much more impressive here, without mentioning its extensive catalog of playable characters and fun on headers. This is a title that Naruto’s fans simply should not be lost.
Bleach: The Blade of Fate
Bleach is definitely an anime that is provided very well for the world of videogames; Not only does it have a huge variety of characters, but each one of them has its own unique powers. It was a matter of time for someone to decide to give him his own game, and that was what happened with Bleach: The Blade of Fate that came to the Nintendo DS over there, even on a portable console, this title had a great gameplay that certainly He took advantage of the originality of each character and to date, it is still one of the best fight games on portable devices.
Astro Boy: Omega Factor
Astro Boy: Omega Factor is a classic Beat-Up that manages to encapsulate all the good things about the genre. In addition to being one of the best games to have arrived at the Game Boy Advance, it is also one of the best games of the character of Astro Boy. Those who seek a quality title with a faithful recreation of Astro Boy should certainly give this game an opportunity, in addition to the genre fans will also be extremely satisfied with the result.
One Piece Pirate Warriors 4
Genus Musou has always been very present in the industry, but in recent years we have seen multiple properties being adapted with this style. One Piece Pirate Warriors 4, the most recent delivery of this series, allows you to fight hundreds of enemies using some of the classic anime characters, as well as its special movements. Although summarizing about a thousand chapters in a single game is a highly complex task, Pirate Warriors 4 makes a great working leaving you relive some of the key moments of anime, and in a way that is fun for those who enjoy this kind of experiences.
Dragon Ball Fighterz
Of course, Dragon Ball Fighterz is possibly the best game to date based on an anime. Developed by ARC System Works, study responsible for some of the best playing games, we have a title with excellent gameplay and mechanics combat that allow any player, regardless of him, enter the blows. We have a wide variety of classic characters and scenarios of Akira Toriyama, as well as endless references and wink that every fan appreciated. Even if you are not a fan of Dragon Ball, Fighterz is by itself an impeccable fight game that is definitely worth it.