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One Piece: Burning Blood is a One Piece video game for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PS Vita, and PC which was released in Japan on April 21, 2016.

GameplayEdit

Similar to the Grand Battle! series, One Piece: Burning Blood is a 1-on-1 fighting game, featuring 3v3 melee style fights, where each player picks a team of 3 characters and 3 support characters. The player can switch between characters during battles and use partners for assist attacks, such as tagging in with the Unity Chain/Assist/Clash when certain special moves properly connect (which however, can be countered by the victim's opposing Unity-based mechanic and vice versa). However, teams can be constructed via 1, 2 or 3 members total, with varying combinations of both playable characters and supports being limited by a number (e.g. some teams may involve 1 character with a large-handful of supports, while some teams have the 3 character limit filled with only 1 or 2 supports).

However, the overall gameplay is much more akin to Spike Chunsoft's other fighting games, which primarly revolves around free-sandboxed-3D movement and basic attack strings allocated to a single button, along with specific button combinations which can allow access to special moves (holding down the special trigger button and combining it with three other basic buttons). Overall, the game somewhat follows the style of prior Spike Chunsoft-developed game, J-Stars Victory Vs. (which also features characters from One Piece), albeit in a more restricted 1-on-1 scheme along with different features. Just like several fighting games and J-Stars Victory Vs. alike, it is a recent fighting game to introduce an "auto-combo-into special move finisher" mechanic in its basic attack chain.

Unlike most fighting games in this scheme however, Burning Blood is unique in the fact that the default guard button is not allocated to a trigger button, and is instead allocated to a standard button instead (default is circle button). There are two main attacks: normal attack and unique attack; both attacks can be performed in a direction (towards the opponent or away from the opponent) for varying moves (back + attack = ranged attack while back + unique is another unique attack). The guard break mechanic is also carried over from J-Stars Victory Vs., albeit in two forms: first is the weak/light guard break done with the attack + jump that can break-through guards fairly fast, and second is the heavy/strong guard break done with unique + guard that trades startup for solid tracking ability to beat sidesteps with. Normal attacks can also be branched into other moves such as a ranged attack or a light guard break depending on the character.

It focuses on fighting with Devil Fruit abilities (also known as "Ability" in-game) and Haki, which can be activated by the "Ability" button which drains the ability gauge to use Haki and/or Devil Fruit abilities. Logia users will be able to use their powers to avoid damage (known as Logia Guard in-game, and involves use of one of the trigger buttons akin to a standard guard button in 3D brawlers), though they remain susceptible to guard breaks and Haki-based attacks. Some characters can nullify Devil Fruit Abilities, preventing Devil Fruit users from using their abilities for a short period. In addition to playable characters, there are also support characters that can produce different effects when used in battle.

As characters attack and/or take damage, their Burning Gauge fills, which is used to fuel team-based techniques (via the aforementioned Unity Chains, Unity Assists, and Unity Clashes) and when it is full allows the character to activate their Awakening which allows them perform their Ultimate moves and/or transform into more powerful forms, such as Luffy being able to transform to Gear Fourth in battle. Ultimate moves akin to the aforementioned J-Stars Victory Vs., are also done the same way (tap R3/Right thumbstick by default or a corner of the Vita screen).

Another unique mechanic is the "Flash" mechanic, which comes into two forms: the Flashguard is a parry-based guard that can easily allow for a quick recovery to punish an incoming attack's recovery lag. On the other hand, the Flash Counter is done by pressing forward (towards the opponent) + attack during a connecting blow from the opposition (even when suffering hits in a standard combo) though with very strict timing; a successful Flash Counter will cause your charcter to automatically Flashguard an attack and use a specific attack to strike back at the opponent for a free possible followup. However, both forms of guard breaks cannot be Flashguarded or Flash Countered, nor can certain special moves.

The game features a level up system for playable characters that allows them to grow stronger as they fight in various game modes (except for Free Battle Mode), though all playable characters will receive some experience regardless of whether or not they are used in battle.

Another unique feature of this game is the differences between each version of its characters; a majority of characters akin to EX/Ura (Reverse) versions of characters in fighting games possess different movesets (e.g. Kung-Fu Luffy's moveset being different from both pre-timeskip Luffy and current Luffy). Most of these characters may be either unlocked normally or purchased through DLC.

Game ModesEdit

StoryEdit

The story mode allows players to relive the events and battles of the Paramount War allowing them to play as various characters such as Luffy, Whitebeard, Akainu, and Ace.

WANTED VersusEdit

In addition to the game's story mode, players can also test their skills and earn Beli by taking on Wanted Poster battles. As the player clears these battles, new Wanted Posters are unlocked. In addition to standard Wanted Posters, players can hone their skills via Rayleigh's Training Wanted Posters. For a greater challenge, players can take on Special Wanted Posters. There are also Limited Wanted Posters that are available for a limited amount of time and are updated periodically.

Pirate Flag BattleEdit

Pirate Flag Battle is a mode where various factions (representing the various crews and organizations from the series) can compete online and fight to control various islands in the world of One Piece. This mode allows players to fight against either the CPU or other players.

CharactersEdit

  1. Bartholomew Kuma
  2. Bartolomeo
  3. Bentham (Mr. 2 Bon Clay, Nami Clone (DLC))
  4. Boa Hancock (Pre-Timeskip, Swimsuit (DLC))
  5. Borsalino (Pre-Timeskip, Post-Timeskip)
  6. Brook
  7. Buggy
  8. Caesar Clown (DLC)
  9. Crocodile
  10. Donquixote Doflamingo (Normal, Duel (DLC))
  11. Dracule Mihawk
  12. Edward Newgate (Normal, Myth (DLC))
  13. Emporio Ivankov
  14. Enel
  15. Eustass Kid
  16. Franky
  17. Gekko Moriah
  18. Gild Tesoro (DLC) [1]
  19. Issho
  20. Jesus Burgess (Post-Timeskip)
  21. Jinbe (Pre-Timeskip, Post-Timeskip)
  22. Jozu
  23. Koala (Normal, Swimsuit (DLC), Film Gold (DLC))
  24. Kuzan (Pre-Timeskip, Post-Timeskip)
  25. Marco
  26. Marshall D. Teach
  27. Monkey D. Garp (DLC)
  28. Monkey D. Luffy (Pre-Timeskip, Post-Timeskip, Gear Fourth Luffy (DLC), Afro Luffy (DLC), Kung Fu Luffy (DLC), Film Gold Luffy (DLC), Gold Armor Lucy (DLC), Platinum Armor Lucy (DLC))[2]
  29. Nami (Post-Timeskip, Swimsuit (DLC), Film Gold Nami (DLC))
  30. Nico Robin (Post-Timeskip, Swimsuit (DLC), Film Gold Robin (DLC))
  31. Perona (Pre-Timeskip, Swimsuit (DLC))
  32. Portgas D. Ace (Normal, Strong World (DLC))
  33. Rob Lucci (Film Gold (DLC))
  34. Roronoa Zoro (Post-Timeskip, Shura (DLC))
  35. Sabo (Normal, Lucy (DLC), Film Gold (DLC))
  36. Sakazuki (Pre-Timeskip, Post-Timeskip, Film Gold (DLC))
  37. Sanji
  38. Sengoku
  39. Shanks (Normal, Strong World (DLC))
  40. Smoker (Pre-Timeskip, Post-Timeskip)
  41. Tony Tony Chopper
  42. Trafalgar D. Water Law (Normal, Duel (DLC), Hearts (DLC))
  43. Usopp
  44. X Drake

Support CharactersEdit

Non-Playable CharactersEdit

Background CharactersEdit

Enemy CharactersEdit

DLCEdit

Downloadable ContentEdit

Gold Movie Pack 1 (released August 2016): [3] Edit

  • Gild Tesoro (playable character)
  • Monkey D. Luffy (Film Gold costume)
  • Nami (Film Gold costume)
  • Nico Robin (Film Gold costume)
  • 1 customized HUD

Gold Movie Pack 2 (released September 2016): [4] Edit

  • Rob Lucci
  • Sabo (Film Gold costume)
  • Akainu (Film Gold costume)
  • Koala (Film Gold costume)

Ultimate Gold PackEdit

  • includes all the content from the Wanted Pack 1, Wanted Pack 2 and Luffy Pack
  • 4 new playable characters
  • 9 alternate versions of playable characters
  • 14 costumes
  • 6 customized HUDs
  • 2 bonus costumes: Platinum & Golden Luffy

Voice CastEdit

Character Name Japanese Voice Actor

Monkey D. Luffy

Mayumi Tanaka
Portgas D. Ace Toshio Furukawa
Sabo Tōru Furuya
Donquixote Doflamingo Hideyuki Tanaka
Crocodile Ryūzaburō Otomo
Enel Toshiyuki Morikawa
Trafalgar D. Water Law Hiroshi Kamiya
Bartolomeo Showtaro Morikubo
Smoker Mahito Ōba
Franky Kazuki Yao
X Drake Eiji Takemoto
Roronoa Zoro Kazuya Nakai
Kuzan Takehito Koyasu
Brook Chō
Eustass Kid Daisuke Namikawa
Sanji Hiroaki Hirata
Issho Ikuya Sawaki
Usopp Kappei Yamaguchi
Tony Tony Chopper Ikue Ōtani
Nami Akemi Okamura
Nico Robin Yuriko Yamaguchi
Boa Hancock Kotono Mitsuishi
Perona Kumiko Nishihara
Jinbe Katsuhisa Hōki
Edward Newgate Kinryu Arimoto
Marco Masakazu Morita
Sakazuki Fumihiko Tachiki
Jozu Takashi Nagasako
Dracule Mihawk Hirohiko Kakegawa
Sengoku Tōru Ōkawa
Gekko Moriah Katsuhisa Hōki
Bartholomew Kuma Hideyuki Hori
Borsalino Unshō Ishizuka
Marshall D. Teach Akio Ōtsuka
Shanks Shūichi Ikeda
Kureha
Carue
Mozu Aiko Hibi
Kiwi Yuka Shioyama
Curly Dadan
Bepo
Koala Satsuki Yukino
Emporio Ivankov Mitsuo Iwata
Jesus Burgess Tetsu Inada
Buggy Shigeru Chiba
Bentham Kazuki Yao
Alvida
Kaya
Johnny
Yosaku
Zeff
Don Krieg
Arlong
Nojiko
Silvers Rayleigh Keiichi Sonobe
Monkey D. Dragon
Monkey D. Garp Hiroshi Naka
Coby Mika Doi
Pacifista Hideyuki Hori
Brogy
Dorry
Nefeltari Vivi
Igaram
Daz Bones
Wyper
Ohm
Gedatsu
Shura
Satori
Rob Lucci Tomokazu Seki
Blueno
Jaguar D. Saul
Lola
Dr. Hogback
Kumacy
Killer
Scratchmen Apoo
Basil Hawkins
Jewelry Bonney
Urouge
Gloriosa
Marguerite
Inazuma
Galdino
Magellan
Shiliew
Vista Masaya Takatsuka
Squard Seiji Sasaki
Hina
Sentomaru
Laffitte
Benn Beckman
Shirahoshi
Caimie
Hatchan
Fisher Tiger
Tashigi
Kin'emon
Vergo
Monet
Caesar Clown Ryūsei Nakao
Trebol
Donquixote Rosinante
Viola
Rebecca
Kyros
Bellamy
Cavendish
Leo
Hack
Gol D. Roger
Gild Tesoro Kazuhiro Yamaji
Narrator Mahito Ōba

StagesEdit

Special TeamsEdit

When characters are on the same team a special team battle appeal event intro may occur:

  • Beloved Leader: Bartolomeo & Luffy (Post-timeskip, Film Gold, Gold Armor, & Platinum Armor)
  • Brothers: Ace (Normal, Strong World), Luffy (Post-Timeskip, Film Gold, Gold Armor, & Platinum Armor), & Sabo (Normal, Lucy, Film Gold)
  • Connected Wills: Ace (Normal, Strong World) & Luffy (Pre-Timeskip, Afro Luffy, & Kung Fu Luffy)
  • Cats and Dogs: Zoro (Normal, Shura) & Sanji
  • Flower, Ghost, Freak: Robin (Normal, Swimsuit, Film Gold), Brook, & Franky
  • Weakling Trio: Nami (Normal, Swimsuit, Film Gold), Usopp, & Chopper
  • Future Spouse?: Luffy (Pre-timeskip, Afro Luffy, & Kung Fu Luffy) & Boa Hancock (Normal, Swimsuit)
  • Parent and Son: Ace (Normal, Strong World) & Whitebeard (Normal, Myth)
  • Young Revolutionary: Koala (Normal, Swimsuit, Film Gold) & Sabo (Normal, Lucy, Film Gold)
  • Fellow Reveler: Ace (Normal, Strong World) & Buggy

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • This is the first One Piece game:
    • To be released on an Xbox console.
    • That allows Luffy to transform into Gear Fourth.
    • That features Koala and Gild Tesoro as a playable character; the very latter only in this game is also able to use Haki.
  • Jesus Burgess does not have Haki in the game despite him being shown to utilize it in the manga and anime series.
  • Though Pacifista can be fought against in-game, they cannot be unlocked and thus act as unplayable enemies.
  • When selecting Rob Lucci in the Additional character selection menu and Lucci's battle intro, Hattori wearing a white coat, necktie, and hat (based on his outfit from One Piece Film: Gold) appears sitting on Lucci's shoulder.
    • As Rob Lucci's playable form is based on his appearance in One Piece Film: Gold, he can use Haki in the game.

Model File NamesEdit

  000_luffy
  001_ace
  002_whiteb
  003_marco
  004_shanks
  005_buggy
  006_smoker
  007_crocodile
  008_moriah
  009_kuma
  010_blackb
  011_ivankov
  012_joz
  013_aokiji
  014_akainu
  015_kizaru
  017_sengoku
  018_jinbei
  019_hancock
  020_doflamingo
  021_mihawk
  022_luffy_new
  023_nami_new
  024_zoro_new
  025_sanji_new
  026_chopper_new
  027_usopp_new
  028_franky_new
  029_brook_new
  030_robin_new
  031_bonclay
  033_perona
  034_fujitora
  035_enel
  036_balto
  037_law_new
  038_kid
  039_burgess
  040_sabo
  041_drake
  042_koara
  052_pacifista
  053_smoker_new
  054_aokiji_new
  055_akainu_new
  056_kizaru_new
  057_jinbei_new
  058_ace
  060_dlc_luffy
  061_dlc_luffy
  062_dlc_shanks
  063_dlc_doflamingo
  064_dlc_bonclay
  065_dlc_law_new
  066_dlc_sabo
  067_dlc_nami_new
  068_dlc_robin_new
  069_dlc_hancock
  070_dlc_perona
  071_dlc_luffy_new
  075_dlc_luffy_new
  076_dlc_luffy_new
  077_dlc_zoro_new
  078_dlc_ace
  079_dlc_law_new
  080_dlc_whiteb
  081_dlc_koara
  082_dlc_nami_new
  083_dlc_robin_new
  084_tesoro
  085_lucci
  086_dlc_luffy_new
  087_dlc_akainu_new
  088_dlc_sabo
  089_dlc_koara


ReferencesEdit

  1. https://twitter.com/NZH_97/status/752251841098948610
  2. https://twitter.com/NZH_97/status/752251841098948610
  3. http://www.onepiece-game.com/us/all-upcoming-dlc-for-one-piece-burning-blood/
  4. http://www.onepiece-game.com/us/all-upcoming-dlc-for-one-piece-burning-blood/

External LinksEdit

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Japanese Releases: Sony
PlayStation: Set Sail Pirate Crew!  •  Grand Battle!  •  Grand Battle! 2  •  Ocean's Dream! - Oceans of Dreams
PlayStation 2: Round the Land  •  Fighting for One Piece  •  One Piece Grand Battle 3  •  One Piece: Grand Battle! Rush!  •  One Piece: Pirates Carnival  •  Battle Stadium D.O.N
PlayStation 3: Pirate Warriors  •  Pirate Warriors 2  •  J-Stars Victory Vs  •  Unlimited World Red  •  Pirate Warriors 3
PlayStation Portable: Romance Dawn: The Dawn of the Adventure
PlayStation Vita: Pirate Warriors 2  •  J-Stars Victory Vs  •  Unlimited World Red  •  Pirate Warriors 3  •  Burning Blood
PlayStation 4: Pirate Warriors 3  •  Burning Blood
Japanese Releases: Microsoft
Xbox One: Burning Blood
Japanese Releases: Others
Arcade: One Piece Miracle Battle Carddass  •  One Py Berry Match!  •  One Py Berry Match IC!  •  One Py Berry Match Treasure World
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Game Boy Advance: One Piece
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PlayStation 3: Pirate Warriors  •  Pirate Warriors 2  •  Unlimited World Red  •  J-Stars Victory Vs+  •  Pirate Warriors 3
PlayStation Vita: Unlimited World Red  •  J-Stars Victory Vs+  •  Pirate Warriors 3  •  Burning Blood
PlayStation 4: J-Stars Victory Vs+  •  Pirate Warriors 3  •  Burning Blood
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