Reviews and Problems with One Piece: Unlimited Adventure
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A suitable video game for the wii
Devo A., Amazon
20 October 2014
Summary: The video game itself was very entertaining and cool because it will serve as a fine replacement to one of the games that I used to play. The bosses seem to be somewhat challenging from those I faced earlier, that is in one of the video games that would have used the element of a boss fight, despite the fact that it was the longest of all console games: AC3; the graphics, the features of a new island and voice acting seem great.
Summary: love the game, exactually what the one piece franchise needs; with the addition of playing out a full course adventure, its fun to play keeps true to all the characters and at least 50 hours long. people with HDTV's however the resolution isnt as good as some games for the wii but its easy to ignore A must have for one piece fans 10/10
Summary: I don't play it much, but my bf does and he ABSOLUTELY LOVES it! He has come to the conclusion that this game is similar to Zelda, so if you like Zelda and love the show you will definitely like this game.
Loving the anime and loving the game are two different things
Dat Le, Amazon
23 December 2012
Summary: Game was easy to adjust to, but the difficult thing was to completely finish the game and I mean completely. The decision between "Just one more time" and "I'm tired and I want to turn it off" can make you frustrated. If it was easy, it would not be an adventure.
Summary: 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.
Summary: 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.