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One Piece: Unlimited Adventure (Wii)

One Piece: Unlimited Adventure (Wii)
alaScore 79

13 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 13 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the graphics and design. The usability and controls also get good feedback, whereas some have doubts about the gameplay.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the One Piece: Unlimited Adventure (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 79/100 = Good quality.

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(Based on 13 reviews)

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One Piece: Unlimited Adventure (Wii)

 

Luffy's newest voyage isn't one for the ages, but it still offers up plenty of goodhearted fun.

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One Piece: Unlimited Adventure

 

The characters and voiceovers, The beautiful 3D island, The huge 60-hour quest

Gathering junk to unlock doors, Gathering junk to build tools, Using tools to gather junk

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One Piece: Unlimited Adventure

 

Remember back when Japanese Animation or “Anime” as it's called now, was just considered a fad. Just something that the kids were into for the moment but would pass due...

Great Voice Work ; Graphics Look Good For The Wii ; Some Genuinely Funny Cut Scenes

Occasionally Some Slowdown ; Camera can Be A Pain Sometimes

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One Piece: Unlimited Adventure

 

A solid change to the series, but certainly tailor-made for only fans of the series.

One Piece: Unlimited Adventure has a couple modes of play to enjoy. For the single player fan, the solo adventure mode will unfold new twists and fresh ideas that give fans the feeling of playing through a new season of One Piece. The multiplayer is a...

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One Piece: Unlimited Adventure

 

One Piece: Unlimited Adventure breaks the convention that licensed games aren't worth the disc they are printed on. It isn't a very original design, but supplanting the Straw Hat Pirates into the Jak and Daxter engine makes for a decent platformer....

This game has enough depth to actually engage a player on more than its license ; Waggle controls add some depth without become an annoyance

Level design uneven ; Appeal still limited to fans of the series

One Piece: Umlimited Adventure doesn't stand on its own very well, but for fan service this is pretty neat. Outside of fighting games, anime doesn't get the best treatment, and it is refreshing to at least get a solid entry in the genre.

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We got to savor some of One Piece's Unlimited Adventure this year at Otakon, and this is what we got!

 

One Piece: Ultimate Adventure, may be written off immediately by those who are either unfamiliar with the series or don't like anime games. But I challenge anyone to play this game come fall and tell me they don't like it. Its combination of...

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One Piece: Unlimited Adventure Review

 

Simple but enjoyable combat system, A long, charming adventure featuring eight favorite characters, Clips from the anime series are scattered throughout

A ton of backtracking and repetition leads to monotony, Lots of level grinding, Unimpressive environmental visuals

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One Piece: Unlimited Adventure

 

Ah, the anime video game market. It's so hard to figure out going in whether you're getting a great experience or a bust. The track record for the industry has been anything but favorable with roughly a 50/50 success rate. The funny thing is that so...

If you're a One Piece fan then you'll definitely want to check out Unlimited Adventure. I applaud the developers for taking the series in a different route and creating a full-fledged adventure here. It feels like One Piece, it looks like One Piece,...

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One Piece: Unlimited Adventure review for the WII

 

Ye've been plundered.

Quick-fire beat-'em-up; Fantastic cel-shaded graphics; Roronoa Zoro = Badass

Too many item requirements; Far too much backtracking; Roronoa Zoro in water = Dead badass

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