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One Piece Unlimited Adventure by Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc.





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One Piece Unlimited Adventure is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 12.
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  • Platform: Nintendo Wii
  • Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc.
  • Developer: Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc.
  • Category: Action

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In One Piece: Unlimited Adventure, the motley Straw Hat Pirates find themselves stranded in a mysterious land after a massive island rises to the ocean surface from underneath their pirate ship. Players must assume the role of their favorite One Piece per

  • For the first time in the U.S., the fans of the show can finally assume the roles of their beloved characters! Witness the beautifully rendered heroes and villains from the world of One Piece set in full motion right out of the TV show!
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from There is no better One Piece Game To set the record straight, there are 5 one piece games in America and 2 on PSN as well as another game coming around the corner(One Piece: Romance Dawn), and over all as far as One Piece games go, This is one of my favorites!! the story is so much fun and i can play it all day and the versus mode is awsome to! This is the very first One Piece game to feature Whitebeard(spoiler). The only thing i hated was that they did not feature certain characters, such as blueno and buggy the clown, or captain kuro, but they put in Spadam and Don Kreig and Arlong. Everything else in this game is fun and loveable and is a must have One Piece game and you will have none stop fun!
    Date published: 2014-02-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Backtracking Everything is perfect in this game except for one thing and that is simply known as backtracking. I gave it a 9 because of the backtracking. There's only one save point in the entire game as far as I've gotten. So you'll unlock this huge section of area to explore and die on your way back to the save point. Which is also the only upgrade station till later in the game as far as I know. Don't get me wrong this game is amazing but having to go through the same areas multiple times just isn't my thing shame that all they had to do was put a save option in the start/select or whatever menu, but I suppose they had reasons for that seeing as your camping on the island and your campsite is your only true safety point. Anyways if you love One Piece you'll deal with the backtracking and love it either way.
    Date published: 2012-07-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amayzuh! Ive played this game twice and got 100% completion both times, and its still my favorite! One piece: unlimited cruise needs to come out! best game ever!!!
    Date published: 2012-04-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from One Piece One Piece is a great Anime/Manga and, for the most part all of the games are great too. One Piece Unlimited Adventure is a good game for all types of gamers really. Hunting and gathering like style, does not make only fans like the game. Over 40 characters for Vs. mode too, allows friends to play, and you know, change it up. The fighting in the game is interesting and though some other in Vs. mode may not have many attacks, for story, the Straw Hats mostly have all their attack slots filled up anyway. Boss battles can be overly hard if you don’t level up your characters enough, and I think that’s cool in this game. Now, as for saying, “for the most part all of the games are great too.” I was saying all the games that Bandai as well as Nintendo do not give America. Two Wii games set up like this, but even better… I would say about two other ps2 games that are set up like Grand battle, but have a lot more characters, and a story. Oh yes, a 3DS game which is set up like the Wii ones, this game being two games in one as well, making it long, and most likely wanting kids to buy it rather than just fans. I just find it dumb, that both Nintendo and Bandai do not want money. Region lock makes it so Americans cannot even get the UK port. So even if they were worried about licensing, as in, no one may pay for it. It would not matter as much, because it did well in the UK, just as a pal version, which is sub-titles if no one knew. I like all the Japanese voices better anyway. So I think the game would sell a ton to all kinds of gamers, if Nintendo, and freaking Bandai, would just freaking send it our way! (Mostly for the 3DS game really, the U.S has a lot less 3Ds games then Japan, but wait, the UK is still getting more games from Japan anyway. So I mean come on, take my freaking money and let me have the game!)
    Date published: 2012-01-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from If you like one piece and anime games Get it because its a rare game and don't know when the next one piece game is going to came out. The game is execllect.
    Date published: 2011-10-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best One Piece Game out in America Even 3 years after it's release, this gane holds up for me. the lack of a story mode may upset some fans, but the adventure mode makes up for it. I would recommend this to all hardcore one piece fans, as this game will not dissapoint. Also, its Funimation too so no more goofy voices/crazy edits.
    Date published: 2011-09-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Game for One Piece Fans. I got this game soon after it came out and I love. I'm a big One Piece fan so I had to get it and it is much different than its predecessors. This one uses the FUNimation voice actors as opposed to the 4Kids ones, and rather than pretty much reliving the series, there is a unique story that goes along with this game, lots of side quests, and plenty of things to do. *Spoiler Ahead* The only thing I would be weary of is if a person only watches the English anime dubs, then they might not be as far as the game itself is. I only warn this because though it isn't reliving the series, they do have several flashbacks. However if you read the manga, you're fine. So long as a person knows the events up to the Enies Lobby Arc, you won't be out of the loop.
    Date published: 2011-04-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Wii game that isn't well known This game is so hard to find now-a-days but it is totally worth it. If you're a fan of One Piece and have a Wii, this game is perfect for you. If you're not a fan of One Piece and you like the Kingdom Heart games, then you'll love this action/adventure RPG where you play and the Strawhat Crew and solve the mysterious of a mystical island where they must battle previous enemies that they have faced in the One Piece manga series. The villains go up to the end of the Enies Lobby arc which is the farthest the North America One Piece franchise has gone up to. Buy this game, its so rare to find.
    Date published: 2011-04-07
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