There's a certain charm that massively multiplayer online brawlers possess. For the older generation of gamers, brawlers have the ability to pull us back into the arcade days of our youth; for the younger gamers, the fast-paced action is better at grabbing attention and competing with popular offline action games. There's something primitively appealing about smashing buttons, dodging attacks, and using real-time tactics to bring down an opponent. Beating things up simply is a fundamental element of fun for gamers.
With that in mind, the combination of a popular cartoon series, the joyful action sequences of a brawler, and the social elements of an MMO should prove a recipe for success - and that's what Hero: 108 Online aims to prove.