One Piece Unlimited Adventure Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 6.8/10

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One Piece Unlimited Adventure Reviews

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CheatCC 3.5/5 Jan 31 '08
GameDaily 6/10 Jan 30 '08
GamerNode 7.0/10 Jan 21 '08
GameSpot 7.0/10 Feb 21 '08
IGN Wii 6.8/10 Jan 24 '08
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One Piece Unlimited Adventure Previews

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IGN Wii May 02 '07
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"If you don't love One Piece, you won't like this game. If you love One Piece, you will. It's really that simple. For fans of the series, this is the best One Piece game yet. For others, it's decent, but nothing great."
"Luffy's newest voyage isn't one for the ages, but it still offers up plenty of goodhearted fun."
"At its core, One Piece Unlimited Adventure has all the makings of a quality title. But there's one big problem holding it back: the game was clearly rushed out the door to make a release in time for Japan's Golden Week holiday season. Framerate and loading problems are the big culprits. Particularly notable is the lengthy pause, complete with skipping audio, when switching characters. The framerate problems are also unfortunate, as the game actually might be one of the better-looking Wii titles thanks to its sharp cel-shaded characters. Presentation bonuses like the frequent CG cut-scenes and voice-based dialogue sequences are wasted due to the lack of polish."
"It's a new design, fresh take on the franchise, but also a bit of a thin overall product; at least in its first effort. Eight playable characters means tons of diversity, as you can level up and work with the character you like, and the new adventure style – while still a bit too empty overall – certainly increases the scope of the game. Gone are the days of chibi-fighters and Power Stone gameplay, but in turn we've got a more mature, rounded experience with Unlimited Adventure. Remove some of the needless fetch quests and bulk up the core of the game, and you'd have one of the best anime experiences on Wii to date. As it stands right now, One Piece will most certainly satisfy fans of the anime/manga, but won't reach too many players beyond that."