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So, a few problems. 1) The melody sounds like a two year old with a piano. 2)items such as boosts or power shots will sometimes spawn inside sludge's puddles. 3) characters animation is choppy, should be redone. fix these, and yall will obtain a well earned 5 stars, and recommendations to all my friends.
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More info about the game: 7 songs 1. My Character Academia 2. Create My Story 3. You Say Run 4. Heros Shadow 5. Peace Sign 6. You Can Become A Character 7. It's Your Turn The graphics are good, although notes are not in sync with music. Also, when you obtain to some 400 points the notes seem to glitch and disappear.
I got the Blu Ray with the dvd and the digital. If you love subtitled this is I watched it and had a amazing time. Now if you listed to the dubbed ver ... there are issues with sound levels. It goes LOUD then it will drop to near silence, so you crank up the volume then it BLASTS you louder than All Might's laugh. That is a small disappointing because I really don't mind the dubbed cast. Fottunately I will be watching the subs. But hey, I have it. I missed it in the theaters, so I'm content for the most part.
As a HUGE fan of the franchise, several moments stand out to me, in both the manga and anime. One of them is the war in this volume versus Muscular, a war where Deku must place it all on the line to save a life, even if it is the life of someone who hates this volume begins, the training camp from hell that resembles more a unique ops training camp than anything else is in full swing. The would-be heroes are training their powers for everything they are worth, with the hope of becomes full-time heroes that war evil. Eventually, after much sweat, agony, and so forth, the students are rewarded with some time to have an organized game, and then the villains attack.But this time, the stakes are far, far higher. For this is not the collection of random road thugs just collected and thrown at the heroes. This is a little group of highly, and frighteningly, skilled baddies. And they are out to murder and maim as a lot of members of Classes A and B as they can, among other now the students are in for an enormously hard fight, one where any minor mistake could mean death. Into this comes Izuku, who is determined to save the boy Kota, despite the boy's poor treatment as he feels for the child and, hey, this is Deku we are talking about. *Of course* he'll test to save anyone he can. But this time, he meets the villain Muscular, who is the toughest challenge a still learning Izuku has faced...I really liked the art here. I know that is stated often in reviews by folks, myself included, but I did. It was both very good, and showed the action well. Some series present action well, but I can't, for the life of me, figure out the heck is going on. Not so here. Here the action is detailed and all the better and clearer for e characterization was good, as it showed us both the heroism of the amazing guys, and the sheer evil and/or insanity of the poor guys. This adds to the stakes, as we know that, for the first time, someone could really, truly die. Unique mention goes to, among the amazing guy characters, the aforementioned Deku, but also Ochaco, Tsuyu, Todoroki, and Shoji. Of course, both among the pro-heroes, both Aizawa-sensei and Mandalay were is was the darkest volume of the series so far, bar none, though I know from spoilers that it isn't the darkest period. But always, always, the light - via light-hearted moments, comedy, amazing prevailing over evil, so on - shines. In the case of this volume, there is a large cliff-hanger that is going to be resolved in future is is one heck of a ride and one that is only getting better.Rating: 4/5 Stars.