About the Product
- For the first time in the U.S., the fans of the show can finally assume the roles of their beloved characters! Witness the beautifully rendered heroes and villains from the world of One Piece set in full motion right out of the TV show!
- While controlling your favorite character of choice, encounter both newly introduced characters and familiar characters from the show as you uncover the mysterious plot that lies ahead in this exciting adventure!
- Conquer the treasure island in Wii style: Shake, push, pull, wave, turn and swing your Wii remote and Nunchuck controller to battle your enemies, catch valuable insects, fish, blend and modify obtained items, and much more!
- Embark on a seamless journey through the expansive island terrain full of mysterious ancient monuments, ever-varying vistas, spacious fields housing riddles and surprises, and locations hiding undiscovered treasures.
- Luffy and his Straw Hat Pirates are not the only ones roaming the mysterious island. Battle your way through hordes of hostile forces to gain experience and power up your characters!
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Top Customer Reviews
Story - 6 - The weakest part of the game. It's interesting enough to keep playing but just not enough to give it a great one. It's basically luffy and his crew head off to another adventure and get stuck on a Island which makes you remember memories of old times. This is interesting enough but nothing big happens but it's still worth finding out what happens to Luffy and his crew. Also just so US watchers know this game takes place after Enis Lobby so don't play unless your up to the current Japanese episodes.
Graphics - 9 - Some great graphics for the Wii. While things do look blocky at times the areas + Character models make this game look great. No more chibi looking characters, this is the real one piece look!
Gameplay - 8.5 - While it can get boring since each character only has about 7-8 attacks you have 8 characters to play with. This keeps the flow going and leveling up characters + Moves makes it even more fun. You also have over 40 characters to use in multiplayer!
Enjoyment - 9 - A long adventure with tons to do after beating the main story. Unlocking all the hidden bosses so you can use em in VS you'll have plenty to do. For 40 bucks your defiantly getting what your paying for.
Final Score - 8.5 - As a one piece fan it's a easy 8.5 and if your not it may only be a 7 or 7.5 but it's still a worthy game for my Wii collection. So go out and have fun one piece fans, i did.
New characters introduced start with the eigth member of Luffy's crew - Franky the Cyborg. Yes, I said "cyborg" (the creator, Eiichiro Oda, is a weird guy). He's the crew's shipwright, as he built their ship the Thousand Sunny (The Merry Go, sadly, is gone by the time this game takes place). His abilities include extending his one arm on a chain similar to Luffy's Gum Gum Pistol attack, and he can spit numerous nails at his enemies. Fans consider this as a whetting of your appetites for when he makes his anime and manga debut over here.
The game has 8 stages, one of which is where you recover your power and also save, and make cool foods and items. Each of the other stages have two bosses (plus a hidden one) you have to defeat, each one brought to life via the memories of the Straw Hats and also a mysterious orb they keep with them when the game starts. Friends, enemies, rivals, no one is spared in trying to keep you from accomplishing your goal. Some bosses you have to fight again at full health, once you beat them a first time, that is. Others, when they have half their life bar depleted, kick it up a notch and start using deadlier moves (including one-hit kill moves).
As you play, certain spots give you flashbacks into the lives of the Straw Hats (including right before a boss fight) to give you a better idea of the Straw Hats.Read more ›
Unlimited Adventure is an action-adventure game much like Zelda. Luffy and co. find themselves exploring a strange new island, unlocking its secrets via a magic orb. There are enemies to fight, moves to learn and master, and items to collect and combine. There's definitely a fun RPG element here, and the controls are solid with a bit of wiimote waggle for the fishing and bug catching. The graphics don't push the power of the wii, but the art style is true to the series and characters have lots of animations. The good voice work and music round out the presentation.
Unfortunately, Unlimited Adventure can get very tedious at times. The game offers little direction on what to do or where to go, so you often go on aimless explorations through generic environments hoping you'll notice something you hadn't seen before. Powering up your magic orb to advance requires the collection of arbitrary items, many of which force you to collect the ingredients, backtrack to your camp to create, and return to the spot to use. While backtracking, you'll be forced to fight against multiple generic enemies, mindlessly button mashing until you gain enough experience to level up to the next attack. There's really not a whole lot of story to motivate you, either; the payoff exists in the occasional boss fight with classic One Piece villains like Arlong, Crocodile, and Bon Clay.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For a used item this is in great shape. I was not disappointed and really enjoyed the game. Thank you!Published on March 13, 2014 by Erica
okay so I got it early by 4 days and it was perfect like new love the game perfect awesomePublished on August 19, 2013 by Joann
just looked it up and got what i wanted at a price i was happy with. will buy more if they have what i wantPublished on June 2, 2013 by jeffrey a. martin
The game came only about 3 days after I ordered it, which was nice because I was really excited about getting it. So far there have been no problems with the gameplay. Read morePublished on June 2, 2013 by Madison Turner
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... Read morePublished on May 23, 2013 by jocelin
Game was easy to adjust to, but the difficult thing was to completely finish the game and I mean completely. Read morePublished on December 23, 2012 by Dat Le
This game was really fun. With all the characters and everything else. Best one piece game ever. and all of the bosses and also survival mode and everything else was really... Read morePublished on September 5, 2009 by A. Gift For You