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One Piece - Grand Battle - Gamecube

by Bandai
Platform : GameCube
Rated: Teen
10 customer reviews
Metascore: 67 / 100
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  • 16 playable pirates with 32 additional support characters from the TV show
  • 6 game play modes including Grand Battle and 2 player Versus Mode
  • Interactive 3D environments - pick up objects and use them to attack your opponent
  • 7 environments in which to battle your opponents, all faithfully recreated from the TV series
  • Each character has more than 20 regular moves, as well as special attacks and ultimate attacks
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Product Description

Platform: GameCube

Ahoy there mi hearties! In a world of pirates, one man wants to become the greatest of them all: Monkey D. Luffy. As a child, Luffy was inspired to become a pirate by listening to the tales of the buccaneer "Red-Haired" Shanks. Now, Luffy is grown up and sets out to sea in a rowboat, in search of "One Piece," the greatest treasure in the world!

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Platform: GameCube
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  • ASIN: B00093GHQO
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 8, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,506 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Shea HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 9, 2005
Platform for Display: GameCube
"One Piece: Grand Battle" for the Nintendo Gamecube is a fighting game based on the anime and manga series, "One Piece". The show was recently brought to America by the company 4Kids Entertainment. The series follows pirate Monkey D. Luffy and his crew sailing the world in search of One Piece, the legendary treasure of the King of the Pirates.

What makes Luffy so unique is his stretching ability; as a child, he ate a "cursed fruit" from foreign lands that gave him the ability to stretch his body to incredible lengths, but lose his ability to swim or float. His crew includes Nami, the thief/navigator, Roronoa Zolo, the swordsman who uses a three-sword style (two in his hands, one in his mouth), Usopp, the marksman and inventor, and Sanji, the lady-chasing cook. His enemies include Captain Buggy, a clown with the cursed fruit power of separating and controlling parts of his body, Captain Kuro of the Thousand Plans, Don Krieg, with his massive arsenal, the Merman Arlong, and the Navy captain Chaser, with the power of smoke control. Each one of these characters is selectable in this game.

In addition, each character gets characters related to them as "support characters". These characters can be called in for special attacks during the course of a battle. These characters are usually subordinates to the main character (like the captains and their crewmen) or friends who just happen to be less powerful or important (such as Zolo's bounty-hunting buddies, Yosaku and Johnny).

Rather than traditional 2-D fighting games or 3-D fighting games that are essentially 2-D fighting games with sidestepping, One Piece: Grand Battle is a fully 3-D game. The combatants can run in any direction without any real restrictions.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on November 2, 2005
Platform for Display: GameCube
I got this game last weekend. The game takes around 10 to 20 minutes to fully learn how to play. This game is really fun and tight. But as one of the other review had said I haven't heard Luffy say "Gunn Gunn" but I have him say "Gum Gum"(I may be wrong but I'm pretty sure). The game is on a medium gameplay level it's hasn't to hard from how far I've gotten. If you do get this game just remember Luffy and Nami are the easiest characters to play with in the beginning. Also when you start out the game it starts with the show's opening song (dosen't have Usopp or Sanji in it). You also get movies, songs, art galleries, and character profiles. The game uses up two blocks and a file on your memory card. The best person on the game (in my opininon) that I have unlocked is Luffy and I can't wait to get Chopper. I love this game it's worth it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Cody Smith on September 11, 2005
Platform for Display: GameCube
The manga is great, the show may stink, but this game is really fun! Its a fighting game that has all of your fav pirates like Luffy, Zolo, Nami, ect. Also, the game has some cool mutil-player fun and the levels are great too. Just pick you fav. character (mine is Arlong) and let the fight begin! NOTE: Bandai has also made the Zatch Bell game, so that might be good too! Look for it in October!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on June 6, 2006
Platform for Display: GameCube
This game is really awsome.you can unlock tons of characters.My favorite is sanji!But my best character is Mr.0 crocadile!he is so cool.My second best is chaser.i love his speical attack!the fighting is super fun. Each character has more than 20 moves.If you like one piece and have a game cube you must bye this game right now!!!!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Handpuppet on April 24, 2006
Platform for Display: GameCube
While I must admit the prospect of seeing a One Piece Grand Battle Game come stateside is exciting, there are certain factors that keep it from being the release that fans really hoped for. This is mainly that it is a stateside release.

The game is a watered down version of the Japanese version "Grand Battle Rush!", the fourth entry in the Grand Battle series, which includes many more characters from further along in the series, as well as costumes found in the Davy Back Fight part of the series.

However, the game is still the game however awful the voiceacting, however much Sanji's cirarette is replaced with a lollipop, and however much a few characters were cut out so that fans of the US version aren't left in the dark. The game plays very similar to "Powerstone" of the days of the Dreamcast, and the new element of summoning friends to help battle is a nice development.

Overall, if you're only familiar with the television series aring in the US then there's no real disappointment, the game plays well and is really a blast no matter what. As for hardcore fans of the Japanese version of the series, you may be better off looking elsewhere for your One Piece related entertainments... like Japan.
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