The 10 Best One Piece Games, According To Metacritic
by Eichiro Oda A play is one of the most beloved manga of all time. He rivaled anime superstar dragonball until he eventually overtook him. Although it is considered one of the big three manga publishers Shounen jumpit overtook its competition and is now the best-selling manga and comic book of all time, according to Anime News Network.
Of course, this record-breaking story about a pirate crew cannot stay on the page and in the animation cells. A play has made its way into many different video game adventures over the years, some of which focus on adventure and others on brutal combat.
ten One Piece: Burning Blood (2016) – 66
Compared to a classmate Shounen jump franchise naruto, there are not many fighting games in the history of Luffy. There’s no direct comparison to the Naruto Ultimate Ninja STORM franchise, at least. So Spike-Chunsoft and Bandai-Namco set out to create a modern fighting series for the stretchy hero. This shot was One Piece: Burning Blood.
The game boasted a “complex combat system” that allowed for 1-on-1 combat and allowed players to make full use of their abilities. It also allowed specialist Logia Fruit eaters to avoid damage, much like the show and the anime. Unfortunately, although it sold well in Japan, the game was not extremely well reviewed and critics felt it was rather mediocre.
9 One Piece: Unlimited Adventure (2008) – 67
Despite being a shonen fighting anime, A play offers a lot of exploration and adventure. It was inevitable that a game would end up capitalizing on the hacking adventure that the franchise loves so much. This game was One Piece: Unlimited Adventure for the Wii. It was a complete adventure game with puzzles, platforming, and even collectibles that could be crafted into new items.
The game offers three modes: story, VS and survival. While VS and survival modes are standard battle modes with any of the game’s characters, the story mode was more interesting. It featured a unique plot to the game and new enemy encounters. Despite this and heavy marketing, the game only received average reviews.
8 One Piece: Great Battle (2005) – 69
Although it does not have a numerical title, One Piece: Great Battle from 2005 is actually the fourth game in its series. It is the fourth of big battle series, which debuted in 2001 as a series fighter. The series looks like power stone series with its 3D arena combat nature and this fourth and final entry was available on Playstation 2 and Gamecube.
This game featured 19 playable characters from the anime. It also featured four modes: Grand Battle, Story, Training, and Tourney. While the other modes are self-explanatory, the titular mode was simply an arcade mode that could unlock new fighters. The game received average reviews from critics and outlets.
7 One Piece: Great Adventure (2005) – 70
While 2005 big battle game is the last of the series, this does not mean that it remained without sequel. Less than a year later came One Piece: Grand Adventure. This game brought even more characters into the fray, though the story mode was stripped down in comparison.
It’s still a must-have game for fans of anime video games. Its huge number of costumes and 24 playable characters really bring out the vibe of the early series. The game also received more praise than its predecessor, which is impressive considering the game’s short development time.
6 One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2 (2013) – 71
While A play doesn’t have a fighting game franchise on the same level as other major anime games, it has an iterative franchise that absolutely makes money: the One Piece: Pirate Warriors series. This series incorporates elements of the Dynasty Warriors games, commonly called Musou, and 2 is one of the best games of this parallel series, released for Playstation 3 and Vita.
Unlike the first game, Pirate Warriors 2 features an original story between the arcs of the anime. What made this game a favorite over its predecessor was not only its large roster, but also the lack of quick events. With this change, fans were excited to throw punches at hundreds of enemies as the Straw Hats.
5 One Piece: Unlimited World Red (2014) – 75
One Piece: Unlimited World Red was a show-stopper when it was first released. This 3DS action RPG has Luffy explore a central city and set off from there on various adventures. This style of play really captured the exploration that the franchise is known for, and so it received many ports to other platforms.
At the time of writing, Unlimited Red World is one of the most ported games of the A play series. Unfortunately, something was lost during the translation. While the updated ports for Steam and the Nintendo Switch may be graphically superior, they were rated worse than the original. This is likely due to the lack of touchscreen inputs that made the original so immersive.
4 One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 (2020) – 76
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 is the most recent game of A playthe directory. As such, it is available on all current-gen platforms. In fact, it’s so recent that it adapted the story’s relatively recent Wano arc. However, he takes liberties with this, completely changing the back half of the story.
The game features the anti-villain gameplay the Warriors franchise is known for. But it’s not just that vanilla Musou taste that Pirate Warriors 4 offers himself. The game also features four new multiplayer modes, allowing players to cooperate and compete against each other. And given that the game has 52 characters, there’s a lot of mixing to do with the different modes.
3 One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 (2015) – 76
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 is as close to a playable anime as fans are going to get. The game presents each arc of the manga in its story mode. Although condensed, these stories continue through to the game’s most recent release. And with 37 characters to play with, it makes for a very comprehensive take on the arcs and events of the universe.
The game also comes with a new Kizuna Rush mechanic, which allows helper characters to be called in for summoning attacks. Additionally, some characters like Luffy can transform into more powerful forms. The game also contains many logs that track progress and achievements. These new mechanics have helped the game stand out as one of the best A playand games.
2 One Piece (2005) – 76
A playWhere Shonen Jump One Piece, as is sometimes known, had a lot against him. It was the only game in the franchise to be released only in America. It was also based on the 4Kids English dub which was so hated by fans and viewers. So it’s amazing that this Game Boy Advance beat-em-up is still one of the franchise’s highest-rated games.
The Game Boy Advance has plenty of great games that are still worth playing even today. This A play game from the franchise’s early life is one of them. Although it’s a rather simple one-button masher, the game has a lot of charm with intractable environments and expressive sprites. The game also featured several summonable helpers for Luffy, including the swordsman Zoro.
1 One Piece Treasure Cruise (2015) – 79
One Piece Treasure Cruise is the phone game in Luffy’s gaming adventures, and it beats the odds by being the highest rated game in the series. treasure cruise is a free role-playing game in which the player assembles a team of six people to piece together the stories from the manga. Combat and decisions are made by tapping the phone screen in time. Despite its simple premise, this freemium title is one of the most downloaded games in the series.
treasure cruise is a gacha game, which means that characters and progress are randomly distributed, with the player having the option to pay for more. Gacha games usually have tons of playable characters since their pricing model supports it, and Cruise is no exception. In fact, the game has over 1,000 characters to summon, giving it one of the biggest casts in gacha. The game is often considered one of the biggest mobile hits in the Japanese and Asian markets, and reviewers from all regions have found its gameplay to be addictive.
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