The anime industry is booming for many years. Anime is watched by millions across the world. The industry has grown so much that anime has now taken over other industries as well, one such is gaming. Lots of anime games release every year and people continue to enjoy them as much. Here are some top anime games that you should check out

Attack On Titan 2

Attack on Titan, also known as Shingeki no Kyojin, is one of the biggest anime hits in recent years. This game is a sequel to Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom which was; released in 2016. However, Attack on Titan 2 has more polished and diverse gameplay.

A.O.T.2 continues the battle between terrifying titans and humanity, which desperately tries to exterminate the creatures. It’s dynamic, emotional, gliding through the air feels amazing and hits the right spot for the anime fans. You get to create your own nameless character which helps you relieve this breathtaking story from a different angle. 

Berserk and the Band of the Hawk 

The plot of Berserk and the Band of the Hawk is based on the manga by Kentaro Miura, published in 1989. The setting of this anime game is dark fantasy land, somewhat reminiscent of medieval times. 

The third-person action game has hack’n’slash elements, offers an extensive combat system and a huge 18 hours of the main story, which is a blessing for such a game genre. Each of the controlled heroes has its own style and set of skills that will help you win against hordes of demonic opponents.

My Hero One’s Justice 2

My Hero Academia is one of the most recent anime titles that took otakus by the storm. This anime had the perfect storyline to be converted into a game; especially of the fighting genre.

This game has everything you’d expect from the arena fights: easy to learn mechanics, a variety of unique-looking characters, colourful and well-done animations, several modes, including two-story ones, which presents the plot from hero and villain’s pov. 


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