Namco Bandai and Tecmo Koei could have a One Piece game for PS3 in the works.
That would be fun, but rather cyberconnect to make this as they have made som good naruto games.
I wouldn't mind see a new one piece game Out of the three(Bleach,Naruto,OnePiece) I have to say Naruto have done the best video-game wise,Bleach right behind them and One piece sadly at end.
I thought those One Piece games on the DS and Wii were good (the ones we never got). I think they all have a good around games. Naruto's CC2 games are considered great (not those ones by Tommy though). Bleach's Heat the Soul series that is only in Japan is great as well (I like the Treasure games though and I haven't played the PS3 one yet) Sadly for One Piece we haven't gotten any of their good games. Ganbarion (who made Pandora's Tower, which is basically their only original game since they only make One Piece games lol) has those Unlimited Cruise and Gigant Battle games we don't have either. And how 4kids ruined One Piece I don't think it will ever get popular outside Japan :( Let's just hope this one gets outside Japan right :) (I believe the PAL regions got the Unlimited Cruise games though...)
I wonder if there is a game i wonder do you get to play with the older Luffy.
OMG i've been waiting for this for years!!
finally, a HD One Piece game
one piece gigant battle 2 for the ds looks to be the best one piece title ever. With over 50 playable one piece characters
One Piece Musou would be really cool =D
Tecmo Koei is pretty much always around that. Fist of the North Star: Ken´s Rage was an awesome fan service.
One Piece would've been better as an RPG. It has an epic story in itself. -End statement
Hope you can sail around.
They must have a lot of guts to actually do one on the PS3 knowing how long the manga/anime spans, i would be surprised to see how this works out since it would be an adventure RPG again.
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