One Piece: Grand Super Battle X Articles RSS Feed | One Piece: Grand Super Battle X RSS Feed on en Launch Media Network 5 Best One Piece Games to Get Prepared for World Seeker Fri, 23 Feb 2018 14:59:54 -0500 Nilufer Gadgieva

One Piece, the beloved Japanese pirate-themed adventure, is making a huge splash sometime this year in One Piece: World Seeker. The exciting release by Bandai Namco will feature our protagonist, Luffy, and his crew on their journey through a seamless open world and endless expansion.

With the arrival of World Seeker at our doorstep, it's worthwhile to take a trip down memory lane and refresh ourselves with some of the greatest One Piece releases to date. Even if you're completely new to One Piece, this list is guaranteed to get you on board.

5. One Piece: Unlimited Adventure

With an epic battle engine and humor that's bound to keep you interested for hours, Unlimited Adventure was a definite success, and Bandai Namco delivered exactly what fans had wanted in a game. You can access eight diverse characters from the start, and the skills of each are based on the continuous usage of their attacks as you progress through the vast open world and encounter enemies and adventure in every nook and cranny.

4. One Piece: Super Grand Battle! X 


With the 3DS being the best-selling handheld device of our times, there are unfortunately very few worthy games for it. However, One Piece managed to make its mark with Super Grand Battle! X, complete with memorable graphics upgraded from the traditional 2D structure of its predecessors and quality combat. Each character has secret skills, battles are packed with combination attacks, and you can play with up to four friends on the field.

3. One Piece: Burning Blood 

Burning Blood features around 44 characters at your fingertips, eye-candy technicolor graphics, and simplistic battles even a casual gamer can enjoy. Unfortunately, the game's concise storyline is a continuation of a (very lengthy) story arc, and players unfamiliar with the series would not catch on as fast. However, the exciting chases and unique attack combinations make for a fantastic runner-up.

2. One Piece: Unlimited World Red 

Focused more on combat than on adventure, Unlimited World Red offers everything a traditional One Piece game has to offer -- comedy, color, and a solid, self-contained story. This one strikes a great balance between a modern RPG and a fighting game. It also offers an entertaining Battle Coliseum, featuring repetitive boss battles, survival challenges, and cheesy mini-games to kill time.

1. One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3

Pirate Warriors 3 strikes as a favorite with most One Piece fans, as it's one of the most playable and enjoyable of the series and spanned across several platforms -- even more so than Pirate Warriors 1 and 2. What makes it a worthy addition to the series is that it's purely story-driven and gives you a rerun from the very beginning of the series, from when Luffy sets out of the Fuschia Village to achieve his aspiration of becoming a Pirateking.

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One Piece:Super Grand Battle X Will Have Amiibo Support Fri, 12 Dec 2014 13:09:50 -0500 TumsST

Fans of the popular anime, One Piece, and fans of Nintendo will be happy as the 3DS game, One Piece: Super Grand Battle X will be gaining Amiibo support in the future. No word on if this will come to the United States but One Piece has a large following so why wouldn't it? It appears that the Amiibo functionality will go the Mario Kart 8 direction in terms of adding and changing character costumes. It will be interesting to see how each Amiibo figure will interact with the One Piece universe.

It looks like Bandai Namco is on board with Nintendo and the Amiibo since One Piece: Super Grand Battle X isn't the only Bandai Namco game to gain Amiibo functionality. Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy Plus will be another Namco Bandai game that will support Amiibo figures. Only time will tell if Nintendo decides to have unlockable material unlocked through the Amiibo figures, but that would be a great idea.

It would get more people buying the figures but on the other hand, it would basically give Nintendo a non-free downloadable content service. Some might say they have that now with the Mario Kart DLC and other DLC but this is something that Nintendo doesn't do too often and I feel they don't want this to become the norm with Nintendo games.