It's been a big year for anime-based fighting games, and nobody has been leading the charge better than Bandai Namco. A few months ago, the fighting game giant came out with an announcement that they would be making a brand new One Punch Man fighting game, which is great news for those of us who love classic and fun fighting games.\r\n\r\nToday, the fighting game giant told us that they would be releasing two new DLCs for some of their more popular games: One Piece: World Seeker and Naruto To Boruto Shinobi. Both games look like they will benefit greatly from the additions. So here is a great reason for players to bust out the games and give them another playthrough for a fun time.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/youtu.be\/HeugNcHDjeo\r\n\r\nFor the latest DLC for One Piece: World Seeker, Bandai Namco has released a new questline and a few new characters. This is the third DLC released by the developers, which means it will likely be more polished than some of the earlier downloadable contents released by the team in earlier periods.\r\n\r\nThe latest addition includes Trafalgar Law and Roule, who is a new character in the One Piece Universe, but will definitely be enjoyed by players and fans. The downloadable content also includes several new quests that follow the two characters throughout the world as they seek to complete the unfinished map and discover the buried treasure.\r\n\r\nFor Naruto To Boruto Shinobi, Bandai Namco has released downloadable content that includes the character Ino for the famous anime series.\r\n\r\nAlthough this was a great idea, several fans are actually upset about the addition o Ino to the game. The problem is not that the character was included, which was a great decision. In reality, the fans are upset because they have been wondering why Ino was never included in the game in the first place.\r\n\r\nOn the announcement post on Facebook, one Naruto To Bortuto Shinobi fan asked, "Why not release a complete game instead?" Another asked why Bandai Namco was making basic characters from the television show only available as downloadable content within the game. The general consensus is that Ino should have been released with the original game.\r\n\r\nNevertheless, fans will be able to enjoy the DLC for both games. If you happen to be a fan of fighting anime games, both DLCs will be a great reason to replay some classics in the fighting game genre. So get out the games and have a great time fighting through some challenges.