One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 - Deluxe Edition
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Developer: Omega Force
Content Rating: Teen
The journey of Luffy, from the origins to the face to face with the evil Doflamingo! Enjoy the original story of ONE PIECE from Fuschia village, where everything has started, to the kingdom of Dressrosa, a mysterious island dominated by the evil Donquixote.Doflamingo. Will your resolution be strong enough to defeat the most dangerous foes, including Doflamingo, Hordy. Jones, Ceasar. Clown and many more? Gather every member of the Straw Hat Crew, like in the original story, sail to the most emblematic places and enter the most epic battles: Marineford, Fish-Man Island, Punk Hazard and Dressrosa!
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This may sound like I’m being sarcastic, but what really sealed the deal for me personally was that friendly rivalry between father and teenage son (who is a huge One Piece fan) looking to see who can murder the most pirates. Thus, making it a game that can cater for different conditions depending on whom I’m playing it with or what mood I am in. While it definitely won’t change your mind if you loathe the genre, One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 Deluxe Edition does enrich the fan with a nerdgasm full of content while providing a simple, but somewhat therapeutic swabbie smashing experience.
While it doesn’t spend nearly enough time on its story beats to fully immerse new players into its world, we’d still recommend it even if you’re new to the Straw Hat Crew — there’s plenty of rollicking fun to be had throwing elbows (and swords, and staves, and…) with Luffy and co., and longtime readers will have a blast revisiting their earliest days. A recommended romp for One Piece and Warriors fans alike.
On Switch, Pirate Warriors 3 comes with a ton of DLC, so you're never short of a weird new costume to try out on your vast number of characters. It also looks and plays just as well in handheld mode as it does plugged in, with no noticeable dip in quality and, more importantly, enemy numbers. You'll still be seeing the same absurd number of enemies no matter how you play.