With their worldwide popularity, manga, and anime serves as the world’s most mainstream kinds of media. Video games based on this anime graphic style and lifestyle have grown very successful because of the medium’s overwhelming appeal.
With that being said, here’s is our list of Best Video Games Based on Anime and Manga.
5. Dragon Ball Advance Adventure
Dragon Ball Advance Adventure does not reflect the classic Dragon Ball Z storyline, but instead the Dragon Ball story arc from Goku’s early days. There are many incidents out from classic anime that are included in the videogame, such as World Martial Arts Competitions including battles with the Red Ribbon Legion.
Goku’s Kamehameha becomes a lot more powerful as players dwell deeper into the videogame, and his skill repertoire grows too though. At times, whilst fighting bosses, the gameplay switches to 1 on 1 combat.
4. Attack On Titan 2
In 2016, followers of Attack on Titan were treated to a PlayStation version of the show’s idea. Despite minor inconsistencies, the videogame was indeed a resounding success. Undoubtedly, this opened up space for growth. As soon as the sequel to Attack on Titan hit the shelves, people were overjoyed to see what was clearly a substantial advance beyond the classic.
Battle and mobility aspects in the successor were improved, as well as the opportunity for gamers to design their unique avatar which would blend inside the story.
3. Ghost in the Shell
Ghost in the Shell, like many of the titles on this collection, was originally a comic. A manga adaptation, a comprehensive animation film including its follow-up, as well as a live-action film featuring Scarlett Johansson were all subsequent adaptations of the story. Fuchikoma, the tarantula-like machine players control in the Playstation 1 iteration of the videogame, can rush across levels, scale structures, launch projectiles, and much more.
Full-motion animation sequences are used to assist explain the plot of the videogame. No other Ghost in the Shell-licensed videogames allowed you to assume charge of the robot.
2. Astro Boy: Omega Factor
Starring one of Japan’s most famous manga protagonists, Astro Boy, was designed by the same team that gave us the likes of Gunstar Heroes and Ikaruga. As gamers progress deeper into the story arc, you’ll earn statistic credits that may be used to customize Astro Boy’s abilities. In order to perform one of Astro Boy’s devastating moves, such as a big beam that shoots out of his hand or dual automatic weapons that burst out of his waist and destroy anything upfront, you must acquire several items.
The videogame is primarily a beat ’em up, however, there are also dash and shoot sections plus beat ’em up levels.
1. Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4
Naruto has dominated the videogame industry since the inception of Sony’s debut console dubbed The PlayStation 1. Assuming the roles of your favorite Naruto heroes, gamers may replay their fantasy battles in the video games. There is also a narrative feature in the games that tells the tale of the franchise as a whole.
A new DLC called Road to Boruto is included in the gameplay that introduces the characters from the classic show to younger players.