History VideoGame / OnePiecePirateWarriors

9th Jun '17 3:55:46 PM mhj0808
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* OffModel: Because of gameplay limitations, the sizes of some of the characters are very different from their official manga stats. Whitebeard is ''far'' shorter while Doflamingo is far taller, seeing as how Whitebeard should be around 5-8 feet taller than the 10 foot tall Mingo based on their manga comparisons to Aokiji and Akainu (who are the same height); yet Doflamingo towers over him and everybody else. Blackbeard was also dramatically shortened; he's actually a foot ''taller'' than Doflamingo according to the manga, but here he's barely even taller than Luffy!



* YourSizeMayVary: Because of gameplay limitations, the sizes of some of the characters are very different from their official manga stats. Whitebeard is ''far'' shorter while Doflamingo is far taller, seeing as how Whitebeard should be around 5-8 feet taller than the 10 foot tall Mingo based on their manga comparisons to Aokiji and Akainu (who are the same height); yet Doflamingo towers over him and everybody else. Blackbeard was also dramatically shortened; he's actually a foot ''taller'' than Doflamingo according to the manga, but here he's barely even taller than Luffy!
21st May '17 6:58:02 AM Ominae
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''One Piece: Pirate Warriors'' (''ワンピース 海賊無双 One Piece: Kaizoku Musou'' in Japanese, literally meaning "Unparalleled Pirates"/"Peerless Pirates") is a 2012 video game from Creator/{{Namco Bandai}}, made by Creator/{{Koei}}).

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''One Piece: Pirate Warriors'' (''ワンピース 海賊無双 One Piece: Kaizoku Musou'' in Japanese, literally meaning "Unparalleled Pirates"/"Peerless Pirates") is a 2012 video game from Creator/{{Namco Bandai}}, Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment, made by Creator/{{Koei}}).
17th Apr '17 2:53:53 PM DeeeFoo
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''One Piece: Pirate Warriors'' (''One Piece: Kaizoku Musou'' in Japanese, meaning "Unparalleled Pirates"/"Peerless Pirates") is a 2012 video game from Creator/{{Namco Bandai}}, made by Creator/{{Koei}}).

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''One Piece: Pirate Warriors'' (''One (''ワンピース 海賊無双 One Piece: Kaizoku Musou'' in Japanese, literally meaning "Unparalleled Pirates"/"Peerless Pirates") is a 2012 video game from Creator/{{Namco Bandai}}, made by Creator/{{Koei}}).



The game was released on March 1, 2012 in Japan. Much to the surprise of the fanbase, it was announced that Europe and North America would get the game too (released on September 21, 2012 and September 25, 2012, respectively). However, the former would be able to get it retail while the latter would only be able to obtain the game by download via UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork. Additionally, the English versions would retain the Japanese language and only be in subtitles.

[[http://www.imagebam.com/image/7393e4224175376 A sequel was made]], titled ''One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2''. Unlike its predecessor, ''Pirate Warriors 2'' has its own non-canon storyline. It also includes more characters from the series, as well as elements from after the TimeSkip. A second sequel, ''One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3'', is was released for [=PS3=], [=PS4=], PS Vita and PC in 2015. It, again, includes multiple new characters as well as some slightly updated move sets for certain existing characters. The game features two primary modes of play; In "Legend Log", players can go through a recreation of the entire manga's plot up until the Dressrosa Arc (although half of that arc is abridged in-game due to it still being ongoing during development), or, players can play "Dream Log" mode and conquer islands with any character they want in a series of missions that feature random mixed and matched plot elements and enemies from the series.

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The game was released on March 1, 2012 in Japan.Japan for the Playstation 3. Much to the surprise of the fanbase, it was announced that Europe and North America would get the game too (released on September 21, 2012 and September 25, 2012, respectively). However, the former would be able to get it retail while the latter would only be able to obtain the game by download via UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork. Additionally, the English versions would retain the Japanese language and audio, with only be in subtitles.

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[[http://www.imagebam.com/image/7393e4224175376 A sequel was made]], titled ''One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2''.2, for the Playstation 3 and Playstation Vita''. Unlike its predecessor, ''Pirate Warriors 2'' has its own non-canon storyline. It also opted to omit the platforming and QTE elements that the original game had It also includes more characters from the series, as well as elements from after the TimeSkip. A second sequel, ''One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3'', is was released for [=PS3=], [=PS4=], PS Vita Vita, and PC in 2015. It, again, includes multiple new characters as well as some slightly updated move sets for certain existing characters. The game features two primary modes of play; In "Legend Log", players can go through a recreation of the entire manga's plot up until the Dressrosa Arc (although half of that arc is abridged in-game due to it still being ongoing during development), or, players can play "Dream Log" mode and conquer islands with any character they want in a series of missions that feature random mixed and matched plot elements and enemies from the series.
19th Mar '17 8:52:05 AM sgamer82
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* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: Not so much in the first game, which only included 13 playable characters (The Straw Hats, Ace, Jinbei, Hancock and Whitebeard), but the second game added ''15'' more characters to the roster[[note]]Buggy, the Admirals, the post-TimeSkip Straw Hats, Smoker, Mihawk, Perona, Marco, Kuma, Crocodile, two versions of Blackbeard, Law, Garp, and Enel[[/note]], and the third game added ten more characters on top of that.[[note]]Tashigi, Moria, Fujitora, Doflamingo, Caesar Clown, Sabo, Shanks, Ivankov, Magellan and Rob Lucci.[[/note]]

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* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: Not so much in the first game, which only included 13 playable characters (The Straw Hats, Ace, Jinbei, Jimbei, Hancock and Whitebeard), but the second game added ''15'' more characters to the roster[[note]]Buggy, the Admirals, the post-TimeSkip Straw Hats, Smoker, Mihawk, Perona, Marco, Kuma, Crocodile, two versions of Blackbeard, Law, Garp, and Enel[[/note]], and the third game added ten more characters on top of that.[[note]]Tashigi, Moria, Fujitora, Doflamingo, Caesar Clown, Sabo, Shanks, Ivankov, Magellan and Rob Lucci.[[/note]]



** Jinbe attacks slowly, moves slowly, and overall feels heavy, but he hits like a darn tank, and many of his attacks are very wide.

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** Jinbe Jimbei attacks slowly, moves slowly, and overall feels heavy, but he hits like a darn tank, and many of his attacks are very wide.



* RyuAndKen: Some of the non playable boss characters are simply copies of playable characters in [=PW2=], examples include Sentomaru as Jinbei and Vista as a pre-timeskip Zoro.

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* RyuAndKen: Some of the non playable boss characters are simply copies of playable characters in [=PW2=], examples include Sentomaru as Jinbei Jimbei and Vista as a pre-timeskip Zoro.
28th Feb '17 3:15:11 PM totoofze47
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* DifficultButAwesome: Robin's [[GroinAttack Dos Fleur: Grab]]. Inaccurate and slow, and only targets one enemy, but is almost certain to instantly kill them or severely damage them in the case of a boss.

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* DifficultButAwesome: DifficultButAwesome:
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Robin's [[GroinAttack Dos Fleur: Grab]]. Inaccurate and slow, and only targets one enemy, but is almost certain to instantly kill them or severely damage them in the case of a boss.boss.
** Perona's fighting style in general. Her regular attacks leave much to be desired, but she can use her powers to make the enemy depressed, then use her unique action (R1) to deal massive damage to them. She's pretty difficult to control, but can dispatch crowds of enemies very quickly if used well.
26th Feb '17 9:34:34 PM DienShihGeng
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* BigHeadMode: Ivankov fully weaponizes this trope with his Emporio Face Growth Hormone. He can bounce enemies away by suddenly inflating his head or make the head of mooks so big that that they fall on their sides.
11th Dec '16 5:31:16 PM Kytseo
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* GameplayAndStorySegregation: Any character you control can defeat any villain faced during the game, but once the enemy's life is depleted, Luffy will always be the one to give the finishing blow in a cutscene. It's even more jarring in the rare case of defeats in the series: for example, [[spoiler:on Sabaody you are required to defeat Sentomaru and Kizaru, you do it... then the Straw Hats flee while Luffy states they just can't beat them.]]

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* GameplayAndStorySegregation: GameplayAndStorySegregation:
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Any character you control can defeat any villain faced during the game, but once the enemy's life is depleted, Luffy will always be the one to give the finishing blow in a cutscene. It's even more jarring in the rare case of defeats in the series: for example, [[spoiler:on Sabaody you are required to defeat Sentomaru and Kizaru, you do it... then the Straw Hats flee while Luffy states they just can't beat them.]]]]
** One of the perks of Buggy's Devil Fruit is the ability to NoSell slash attacks. That said, swordsmen like Zoro can take him down just as easily as Luffy.
1st Dec '16 9:42:36 AM totoofze47
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* LateArrivalSpoiler: ''Pirate Warriors 3'' spoils the fact that Sabo is alive and has eaten the Flame Flame Fruit right on its cover art. In terms of some of the coins and missions, it also subtly spoils the fact that [[spoiler:Law is a D]].

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* LateArrivalSpoiler: ''Pirate Warriors 3'' spoils has a few from the then-ongoing Dressrosa arc:
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fact that Sabo is alive and has eaten the Flame Flame Fruit is spoiled right on its cover art. art.
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In terms of some of the coins and missions, it also subtly spoils the fact that [[spoiler:Law is a D]].D]].
** One cutscene in the final Legend Log level doesn't outright reveal, but strongly hints at the fact that [[spoiler:Doflamingo is a former World Noble]]. When questioned by Law about it, Doffy merely dismisses it as a much more complicated story than Law thinks, and the story moves on.
28th Nov '16 11:17:52 AM totoofze47
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** Because the Dressrosa arc was still ongoing by the time the third game was released, said arc especially suffers from this. Elements like Doflamingo's crew, the Riku royal family, the Corrida Colosseum gladiators and the toys and dwarves all get the shaft, and only Doflamingo, the Straw Hats, Law and [[spoiler:Sabo and Fujitora]] remain. The arc isn't even followed faithfully like the others, but instead given an alternate ending.

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** Because the Dressrosa arc was still ongoing by the time the third game was released, said arc especially suffers from this. Elements like Doflamingo's crew, the Riku royal family, the Corrida Colosseum gladiators and the toys and dwarves all get the shaft, and only Doflamingo, the Straw Hats, Law Law, Bellamy, Burgess, Sabo and [[spoiler:Sabo and Fujitora]] Fujitora remain. The arc isn't even followed faithfully like the others, but instead given an alternate ending.



* DemotedToExtra: Vivi and Shanks, despite their importance to the story and potentially bringing unique fighting styles to the series, are not playable. [[spoiler:Until the third game, where Shanks ''was'' made playable, though Vivi is still MIA.]]

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* DemotedToExtra: Vivi and Shanks, despite their importance to the story and potentially bringing unique fighting styles to the series, are not playable. [[spoiler:Until Until the third game, where Shanks ''was'' made playable, though Vivi is still MIA.]]



** The third game has Hancock's damaged 3D2Y outfit, Law, Robin and Nami's Dressrosa outfits, [[spoiler: Strong World Shanks]], pre-TimeSkip Perona, Tashigi [[spoiler:as she appeared after her FreakyFridayFlip with Smoker]], [[spoiler:Sabo as Lucy]] and Nami in her wedding dress from Thriller Bark all available as regular DLC, and Luffy's fish disguise from the Dressrosa arc as a pre-order bonus.

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** The third game has Hancock's damaged 3D2Y outfit, Law, Robin and Nami's Dressrosa outfits, [[spoiler: Strong World Shanks]], Shanks, pre-TimeSkip Perona, Tashigi [[spoiler:as as she appeared after her FreakyFridayFlip with Smoker]], [[spoiler:Sabo as Lucy]] Smoker and Nami in her wedding dress from Thriller Bark all available as regular DLC, and Sabo as Lucy and Luffy's fish disguise from the Dressrosa arc as a pre-order bonus.



* LateArrivalSpoiler: ''Pirate Warriors 3'' spoils the fact that [[spoiler:Sabo is alive and has eaten the Flame Flame Fruit]] right on its cover art. In terms of some of the coins and missions, it also subtly spoils the fact that [[spoiler:Law is a D]].

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* LateArrivalSpoiler: ''Pirate Warriors 3'' spoils the fact that [[spoiler:Sabo Sabo is alive and has eaten the Flame Flame Fruit]] Fruit right on its cover art. In terms of some of the coins and missions, it also subtly spoils the fact that [[spoiler:Law is a D]].



* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: Not so much in the first game, which only included 13 playable characters (The Straw Hats, Ace, Jinbei, Hancock and Whitebeard), but the second game added ''15'' more characters to the roster[[note]]Buggy, the Admirals, the post-TimeSkip Straw Hats, Smoker, Mihawk, Perona, Marco, Kuma, Crocodile, two versions of Blackbeard, Law, Garp, and Enel[[/note]], and the third game added ten more characters on top of that.[[note]]Tashigi, Moria, Fujitora, Doflamingo, Caesar Clown, [[spoiler:Sabo, Shanks]], Ivankov, Magellan and Rob Lucci.[[/note]]

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* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: Not so much in the first game, which only included 13 playable characters (The Straw Hats, Ace, Jinbei, Hancock and Whitebeard), but the second game added ''15'' more characters to the roster[[note]]Buggy, the Admirals, the post-TimeSkip Straw Hats, Smoker, Mihawk, Perona, Marco, Kuma, Crocodile, two versions of Blackbeard, Law, Garp, and Enel[[/note]], and the third game added ten more characters on top of that.[[note]]Tashigi, Moria, Fujitora, Doflamingo, Caesar Clown, [[spoiler:Sabo, Shanks]], Sabo, Shanks, Ivankov, Magellan and Rob Lucci.[[/note]]
26th Nov '16 3:10:18 PM totoofze47
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** In the main manga, Luffy suffers a severe mental breakdown after Ace dies, and has to be escorted out while his allies continue to fight. The corresponding episode in ''Pirate Warriors 3'' likewise ends as soon as Akainu is defeated if you're playing as Luffy. If you're playing as anyone else, the episode continues, and Luffy and Ace are simply removed from the battlefield.



** This also applies to Franky: his attacks are slow and he needs to refuel on cola every now and then, but he hits hard, and has a decent range.

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** This also applies to Franky: his attacks are slow and he his pre-timeskip self needs to refuel on cola every now and then, but he hits hard, and has a decent range.
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