One Piece Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: Play as Luffy and use your special stretchy skills to defeat the pesky pirates!
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 4
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  1. The game's GCN namesake, figher One Piece: Grand Battle, recreates the atmosphere of the TV show to chaotic effect, but this GBA adventure is more streamlined and works better as a stand-alone game. [Nov 2005, p.114]
  2. 80
    Although the game controls quite well, one move is pretty tough to get the hang of.
  3. One Piece's only serious downfall is its limited replay value. Completing the game lasts a good 5-10 hours depending on how many deaths and retries it takes to complete the game's tough boss fights, but once the game is over there isn't much of anything to go back to.
  4. 60
    One Piece for the GBA is strictly for those who love 16 bit games or the One Piece anime series a lot.
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 2
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 2
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  1. JeremyR.
    Aug 27, 2005
    It's Like Mortal Combat meets Super Smash Brothers,but with their own unique bonuses thrown in.It also lets you interact with the game well,such as getting damaged if a rams you. Expand
  2. RyanB.
    Oct 6, 2005
    Colorful graphics, great music, and very few of the problems that unfortunately plague the Saturday Morning TV series, One Piece on the GBA combines beat'em'up combat with straight-forward platforming not unlike "Dragonball: Advance Adventure". The difficulty doesn't back off either: Expect a few cheap deaths from enemies purposely positioned in spots designed to make you fall into bottomless pits. Collapse