Awards & Rankings
Mixed or average reviews- based on 12 Ratings
Apr 15, 2015(As for SP1, this is a review of the Wii version).
This game is a direct sequel to UC1, so basically you get to keep almost all of your(As for SP1, this is a review of the Wii version).
This game is a direct sequel to UC1, so basically you get to keep almost all of your progress from the first game and continue your adventure here.
The islands in this game are bigger than in UC1, but they are also more boring (maybe because of that). Once again, you'll travel from an island to an island, you'll be collecting things and developing tools to progress further into the game. It's a large grind, but I loved it in this game. You can play as 9 characters in total in the story mode (I believe each of them has unique abilities, for example Brook can run over water, Nami can steal things, Franky can construct bridges, Zoro can cut vines etc.) and you can switch among them freely anytime. You can play as even more characters (including bosses) in the bonus VS mode and if you beat UC1, you can even play as characters from that game. Once again, you can cook food, collect bugs and insects or catch fish in this game and level up your character's attacks and stats.
If you are a One Piece fan, the better for you, because you'll get to fight a lot of familiar enemies from the series. However, if you didn't 100% UC1, you will be playing Normal difficulty with upgraded characters, so watch out for that! If you did 100% UC1, prepare for the brutal difficulty of the Unlimited series, not unlike Dark Souls.
Overall, a mix of fighting, exploring and item-hunting, basically a Monster Hunter game with One Piece characters.… Full Review »