ONE PIECE: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition
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Content Rating: Teen
With over 1 million units sold worldwide, dive back into the wayfaring journey from ONE PIECE: Unlimited World Red, with the fun-filled escapades, action-packed battles and powerful comrades from the original Island of Promises storyline, now all with enhanced graphics and previously released DLC in ONE PIECE: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition. Play as members of the Straw Hat pirate crew and experience an original storyline that introduced new characters, Pato and Red Count, both designed and developed by series creator Eiichiro Oda. This action-adventure game allows for free exploration through the colorful central town with fun town folk that provide additional quests and entertainment, but be prepared to test your skills and face-off against famous bosses like Rob Lucci, Caesar Clown, and more.
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One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition has so much potential to be a great game. It’s attractive, colourful, and well written, with a stack of content and a great soundtrack to match. I can’t lie, I really did enjoy this title a lot. But, the limited combat and poor camera control do underwhelm. As a Deluxe Edition for a five-year-old game, there was plenty of opportunity to build on these foundations to truly make it the definitive version.
Overall, One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition is a well-made game that does the series justice. In addition to the story mode, there is also a separate Battle Coliseum mode that is exactly as it sounds, though it does allow players to play as characters other than the main cast. Being the franchise’s first foray onto the Nintendo Switch, it should also be noted that the game is a joy to play on the go.
The Switch does One Piece: Unlimited World Red a lot of favours, as it allows for the full graphical fidelity and for portability. There'ssome extra value with having it portable as well as being able to break into co-op anywhere. But for whatever reason, One Piece just doesn't click with me in general, the games included. It's mildly recommendable for action on the Switch, but if you have an appreciation for pirate politics and Devil Fruit this is right up your alley.