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  • Summary: In One Piece: Unlimited Adventure, the motley Straw Hat Pirates find themselves stranded in a mysterious land after a massive island rises to the ocean surface from underneath their pirate ship. Players must assume the role of their favorite One Piece persona and explore this newly formed terrain to uncover the secrets and powers that lie within this isle. With the Wii remote and Nunchuck controller, players pull, turn and swing to battle nefarious villains using each character’s own unique set of moves including Luffy’s “Gum Gum Storm” and Nami’s “Cyclone Tempo”. Now with more One Piece playable characters than ever, gamers can journey through the exclusive new storyline in Adventure Mode using one of eight Straw Hat pirates or test their skills in Survival Mode and Vs. Mode to unlock more than 40 additional playable swashbucklers. Find a bountiful booty of items, unlock special moves and costumes all in the name of acquiring the ultimate treasure. [Namco Bandai Games] Expand
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 17
  2. Negative: 0 out of 17
  1. This one is designed from the ground up for Wii and it really shows. [mar 2008, p.57]
  2. If you have the itch to jump into the persona of Luffy and Co. then by all means pick this up for the Wii as it is a solid game, just too much of a game that is "for fans only".
  3. I applaud the developers for taking the series in a different route and creating a full-fledged adventure here.
  4. Yes, the battles lack finesse but when it comes to bringing the series to life this is one game that will not fail fans of the Straw Hat Pirates.
  5. Contrary to its namesake, One Piece: Unlimited Adventure is more of a spirited Easter egg hunt than anything else.
  6. Most of the game is flat, due to monotonous tasks (hitting rocks and trees, going back for items) and bland fighting controls. The multiplayer action is solid and the presentation is true to the show, but this Adventure is too limited.
  7. 50
    Frame-rate issues, unimaginative combat and adventure gameplay, and multiplayer that sags leaves Unlimited Adventure in the position of not quite being able to compete with the One Piece games of the last generation.

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  1. Sep 30, 2012
    I love the One piece series. My answer might be biased but this game was very enjoyable. The leveling system was interesting and the boss fights were great. The story is a little silly though. Expand

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