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* WouldHitAGirl: Luffy and Zoro vs. Tashigi.

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* WouldHitAGirl: This includes a female enemy, Tashigi, and Luffy and Zoro vs. Tashigi.has no qualms attacking her.

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* WouldHitAGirl: Luffy and Zoro vs. Tashigi.


* SkillTree: Has one which will is used to level up Luffy and unlock more moves and bonuses.

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* SkillTree: SkillScoresAndPerks: Has one a skill tree which will is used to level up Luffy and unlock more moves and bonuses.

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* AdaptationalWimp: For gameplay reasons, all four playable characters are this at the start of their stories. Gaining skill points and unlocking skills will make them feel more like their actual skill and power level near the end of the game modes.


* ContrivedCoincidence: Virtually ''every known character'' that Luffy runs into is on the island for some reason or other. And, unlike games like ''Unlimited Adventure'' and ''Unlimited Cruise'' where these characters were at least clones or illusions of sorts, all of them are the real deal. Heck Marine characters like Lucci and Akainu actually play a role in the story.

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* ContrivedCoincidence: Virtually ''every known character'' character from the manga'' that Luffy runs into is on the island for some reason or other. And, unlike games like ''Unlimited Adventure'' and ''Unlimited Cruise'' where these characters were at least clones or illusions of sorts, all of them are the real deal. Heck Marine characters like Lucci and Akainu actually play a role in the story.


%% * ContrivedCoincidence: Virtually ''every known character'' that Luffy runs into is on the island for some reason or other. And, unlike games like ''Unlimited Adventure'' and ''Unlimited Cruise'' where these characters were at least clones or illusions of sorts, all of them are the real deal. Heck Marine characters like Lucci and Akainu actually play a role in the story.

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%% * ContrivedCoincidence: Virtually ''every known character'' that Luffy runs into is on the island for some reason or other. And, unlike games like ''Unlimited Adventure'' and ''Unlimited Cruise'' where these characters were at least clones or illusions of sorts, all of them are the real deal. Heck Marine characters like Lucci and Akainu actually play a role in the story.



%% * KarmaMeter: The game has one and note how Luffy goes about the adventure. With the townspeople reacting accordingly.

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%% * KarmaMeter: The game has one and note how Luffy Luffy's action, good and bad, as he goes about the adventure. With the townspeople reacting accordingly.


The story sees the Straw Hats coming upon a new land dubbed Prison Island to raid their treasure vault, ruled by a former Marine turned scientist named Issac who seems to wield cybernetics and robotics. However the initial attempt goes south and the crew are force to split up while Luffy battles Issac before escaping himself. In the midst of this, Luffy befriends a girl named Jeanne who lead an Anti-Marine force and seeks to take the island back from Issac.

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The story sees the Straw Hats coming upon a new land island dubbed Prison Island to raid their its treasure vault, it is ruled by a former Marine warden turned scientist named Issac who seems to wield cybernetics and robotics. However the initial attempt goes south when it turns out there is no treasure and the crew are force forced to split up while Luffy battles Issac before escaping himself. In the midst of this, Luffy befriends a girl named Jeanne who lead leads an Anti-Marine force and seeks to take the island back from Issac.



Naturally DLC followed. One was an area quest expansion in which Luffy investigates an island that can apparently reverse aging [[note]]It's just a fanservice one really[[/note]]. Later followed by three episodes that let you play as certain characters. The first featuring Zoro, the second to feature Sabo and the third to feature Law.

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Naturally DLC followed. One was an area quest expansion in which Luffy investigates an island that can apparently reverse aging [[note]]It's just a fanservice one really[[/note]]. Later followed by three episodes that let you play as certain characters. The first featuring features Zoro, the second to feature features Sabo and the third to feature features Law.



* ContrivedCoincidence: Virtually ''every known character'' that Luffy runs into is on the island for some reason or other. And, unlike games like ''Unlimited Adventure'' and ''Unlimited Cruise'' where these characters were at least clones or illusions of sorts, all of them are the real deal. Heck Marine characters like Lucci and Akainu actually play a role in the story.
* ContinuityPorn: Aside from the Straw Hats, Issac & Jeanne, other characters slated to appear are Sakazuki, Kizaru, Fujitora, Smoker, Tashigi, Law, Buggy, Crocodile, Bartholomew Kuma, Sabo, Rob Lucci, Ichiji, Yonji, Niji and Kuzan.

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%% * ContrivedCoincidence: Virtually ''every known character'' that Luffy runs into is on the island for some reason or other. And, unlike games like ''Unlimited Adventure'' and ''Unlimited Cruise'' where these characters were at least clones or illusions of sorts, all of them are the real deal. Heck Marine characters like Lucci and Akainu actually play a role in the story.
* ContinuityPorn: Aside from the Straw Hats, Issac & Jeanne, many other characters slated to appear are such as Sakazuki, Kizaru, Fujitora, Smoker, Tashigi, Law, Buggy, Crocodile, Bartholomew Kuma, Sabo, Rob Lucci, Ichiji, Yonji, Niji and Kuzan.Kuzan. There are also references to events from the manga, like Buggy complaining that he lost an underling to Luffy, or Smoker talking about Punk Hazard.



* KarmaMeter: The game has one and note how Luffy goes about the adventure. With the townspeople reacting accordingly.
* KryptoniteIsEverywhere: In order for Luffy to not be completely invincible against {{mook}}s, the game gives them all seastone weaponry. Somewhat justified by saying they are in the island designated as a prison for most dangerous pirates, but the actual canon prison for most dangerous pirates in the manga didn't have such luxury.

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%% * KarmaMeter: The game has one and note how Luffy goes about the adventure. With the townspeople reacting accordingly.
* KryptoniteIsEverywhere: In order for Luffy to not be completely invincible against {{mook}}s, the game gives them all seastone weaponry. Somewhat justified by saying they are in the on an island designated as a prison for most dangerous pirates, but the actual canon prison for most dangerous pirates in the manga didn't have such luxury.



* SkillTree: Has one which will be used to level up Luffy and unlock more moves.

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* RelationshipValues: There are several for characters, singular or groups, that are progressed by completing side-quests or miscellaneous tasks, like defeating a number of opponents. Achieving milestones unlocks short dialog scenes with them.
* SkillTree: Has one which will be is used to level up Luffy and unlock more moves.moves and bonuses.



* YouShallNotPass: Luffy takes on Akaniu for a but Sabo suddenly appears mid-fight and reminds Luffy of current matters going on with the island. Luffy rushes off with Akainu giving chase only for Sabo to get in his way.

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* YouShallNotPass: Luffy takes on Akaniu for a but bit Sabo suddenly appears mid-fight and reminds Luffy of current matters going on with the island. Luffy rushes off with Akainu giving chase only for Sabo to get in his way.


''One Piece: World Seeker'' is an open world game for the PC, ''UsefulNotes/PlayStation4'' and ''UsefulNotes/XboxONE'' based off the ''Franchise/OnePiece'' manga.

The story sees the Straw Hats coming upon a new land dubbed Prison Island to raid their treasue vault, ruled by a former Marine turned scientist named Issac who seems to wield cybernetics and robotics. However the intial attempt goes south and the crew are force to split up while Luffy battles Issac before escaping himself. In the midst of this, Luffy befriends a girl named Jeanne who lead an Anti-Marine force and seeks to take the island back from Issac.

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''One Piece: World Seeker'' is an open world game for the PC, ''UsefulNotes/PlayStation4'' UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 and ''UsefulNotes/XboxONE'' UsefulNotes/XboxOne based off the ''Franchise/OnePiece'' manga.

The story sees the Straw Hats coming upon a new land dubbed Prison Island to raid their treasue treasure vault, ruled by a former Marine turned scientist named Issac who seems to wield cybernetics and robotics. However the intial initial attempt goes south and the crew are force to split up while Luffy battles Issac before escaping himself. In the midst of this, Luffy befriends a girl named Jeanne who lead an Anti-Marine force and seeks to take the island back from Issac.

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* KryptoniteIsEverywhere: In order for Luffy to not be completely invincible against {{mook}}s, the game gives them all seastone weaponry. Somewhat justified by saying they are in the island designated as a prison for most dangerous pirates, but the actual canon prison for most dangerous pirates in the manga didn't have such luxury.

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* InterfaceScrew: When playing as Zoro, the mini-map is covered in fog to reflect his [[NoSenseOfDirection complete lack of direction]]. You can unlock it with 999 skill points though.


* GameplayAndStoryIntegration: When playing as Zoro during his campaign, the minimap is heavily blurred in order to simulate his lack of navigation skills.

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* GameplayAndStoryIntegration: When playing as Zoro during his campaign, the minimap is heavily blurred in order to simulate [[NoSenseOfDirection his lack of navigation skills.skills]].


* TheBattleDidntCount: Despite several familiar foes serving as boss fights, more often than not the aftermath will either have the battle interrupted before reaching a decisive conclusion or the foe citing they're wasting time fighting and break off. Naturally this is meant to stay consistent with the (at the time) current manga status quo since the heroes haven't really officially had their major showdowns with most of them in the canon series.

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* TheBattleDidntCount: Despite several familiar foes serving as boss fights, more often than not the aftermath will either have the battle interrupted before reaching a decisive conclusion or the foe citing they're wasting time fighting and break off. Naturally this is meant to stay consistent with the (at the time) current manga status quo since the heroes haven't really officially had their major showdowns (or re-matches) with most of them in the canon series.


* ThatBattleDidntCount: Despite several familiar foes serving as boss fights, more often than not the aftermath will either have the battle interrupted before reaching a decisive conclusion or the foe citing they're wasting time fighting and break off. Naturally this is meant to stay consistent with the (at the time) current manga status quo since the heroes haven't really officially had their major showdowns with most of them in the canon series.

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* ThatBattleDidntCount: TheBattleDidntCount: Despite several familiar foes serving as boss fights, more often than not the aftermath will either have the battle interrupted before reaching a decisive conclusion or the foe citing they're wasting time fighting and break off. Naturally this is meant to stay consistent with the (at the time) current manga status quo since the heroes haven't really officially had their major showdowns with most of them in the canon series.

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* ThatBattleDidntCount: Despite several familiar foes serving as boss fights, more often than not the aftermath will either have the battle interrupted before reaching a decisive conclusion or the foe citing they're wasting time fighting and break off. Naturally this is meant to stay consistent with the (at the time) current manga status quo since the heroes haven't really officially had their major showdowns with most of them in the canon series.

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* GameplayAndStoryIntegration: When playing as Zoro during his campaign, the minimap is heavily blurred in order to simulate his lack of navigation skills.

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