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  • Summary: Rain down attacks on the hordes of enemies pouring onto players’ screens, and double team with a partner to launch an even more massive assault. A myriad of co-op action and fusion attacks with new support attacks will take the action gameplay to greater heights. Join up with your faves fromRain down attacks on the hordes of enemies pouring onto players’ screens, and double team with a partner to launch an even more massive assault. A myriad of co-op action and fusion attacks with new support attacks will take the action gameplay to greater heights. Join up with your faves from the Straw Hat Crew or even with villains like Captain Kuro, Alvida and Axe-hand Morgan and call them into battle to pull off unrestrained combos that will send enemies flying. Expand
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  1. May 23, 2016
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    One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 is the first of the Pirate Warriors games that I have played. It is a spin off of the Dynasty Warriors franchiseOne Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 is the first of the Pirate Warriors games that I have played. It is a spin off of the Dynasty Warriors franchise from Koei Tecmo and basically replaces the characters with characters from One Piece. The game's story mode is by far the best feature as it follows through all of the major battles that occur in the series. The problem is that these are loosely based and you won't get much of a story out of it. There's only a few conversations in battle that push the story along a little, but it isn't exactly well done. Combat is very limited with a lot of attacks by characters being impractical. I noticed a significant improvement with the post time skip versions of the characters available at the end of the game, but it takes a long time to reach that point in the game to unlock them. While there are a few challenging objectives and a long story mode, ultimately, the gameplay is lacking with a lot of characters actually being impractical for combat. I only found Luffy and Boa Hancock to be semi-enjoyable. Expand