As all people know that One-Punch Man: A hero Nobody Knows is an action fighting game set in a universe where threats are daily occurrences and heroes the sole hope against annihilation. Saitama the main protagonist, is a hero that can obliterate even the strongest foes with a single punch, a situation that brother him to no end. Power fantasies are fun to be controlled, but doesn’t absolute power get boring? The answer in the source material is to turn the whole story into a comedy that plays with the cliches established by decades of action anime, and it works well.
One-Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows is developed by Spike Chunsoft, the studio behind the Jump Forces, and it apes that 2019 Shonen Universe mas-up to a fault. The Camera-over-the shoulder combat with the simple combos and easy to execute special moves feels nearly identical, the similarly lackluster story presentation is here, and the repetitive, mission-based gameplay is.. well, repeated.
It looks good when you’re in the action. The combat is flashy and well-animated but when it comes to cutscenes character move with stilted, uncomfortable animation or bounce awkwardly with overt idle animation while waiting for the right moments to activate their angry pose. In screenshots, however, A Hero Nobody Knows looks remarkably close to the show and even emulates Saitama’s penchant for being changing his face Completely depending on how he’s feeling.