Excerpt: Perhaps the greatest advantage of the move to digital is a reduction in risk costs associated with localization. Without production, shipping, and a reduced retail cut, releasing on a digital marketplace like Steam or PSN exclusively allows for various titles that we may otherwise have not seen in...
Conclusion: Small issues aside, One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2 succeeds by working with the hand it’s been dealt. By adding choice, through characters and Crew Skills, and trimming the level length, what’s left is a focused experience that leaves you feeling like a heroic participant rather then a fatigued shell...
Review: One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2 (Sony PlayStation 3)
12 September 2013
Excerpt: Last year, I reviewed the first OPPW game. While it was a pure Dynasty Warriors clone, it did offer some variation in the single player that helped it stand out. The formula was far from perfect.
Excerpt: One Piece has sauntered its way back into the Family Friendly Gaming Nation. Will it leave this review in one piece? Read on to find out. One Piece Pirate Warriors 2 on the Playstation 3 is a mixture of the Dynasty Warrior game play style and the One Piece anime universe.
Excerpt: One Piece is a huge hit in Japan. It started life as a series of comics, and later spawned a hugely popular anime series. Here in the west, it has more of a niche appeal, although this hasn’t stopped Namco Bandai from releasing One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2 .
Excerpt: Those crazy One Piece Pirate Warriors are back again in this action adventure that takes players into this diverse and whacky anime universe. Dubbed an action adventure, One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2 is highly reminiscent of Dynasty Warriors with the amount of enemy combatants that you face at once.