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One Piece: Gigant Battle! 2 New World
One Piece Gigant Battle! 2 New World
Information
Japanese Title: ワンピース ギガントバトル! 2 新世界
Romanized Title: Wanpīsu: Giganto Batoru! 2 Shinsekai
English Title: One Piece: Gigant Battle! 2 New World
Developer(s): Ganbarion
Publisher(s): Namco Bandai
Release(s): November 17, 2011 (Japan)
Platform(s): Nintendo DS
Genre: Action

One Piece: Gigant Battle! 2 New World is a Nintendo DS game published by Bandai and developed by Ganbarion. It is the sequel to One Piece: Gigant Battle. It focuses on the Post-War Arc and Fishman Island Arc, but contains content from previous arcs as well. The game was released on November 17th, 2011. It has 45 playable characters and 97 support characters.

StagesEdit

All of the stages that were originally in One Piece Gigant Battle are remade in a new expanded version.

The Straw Hats Training Islands includes the islands where the Straw Hat Pirates trained for two years. The islands are:

The Strong World Stage is a changing stage that includes three scenes originally from the 10th Movie with three transitions:

  • Merveille Ruins: where Luffy fell after Shiki separated the crew.
  • Merveille Straw Hat Defeat Stage: Where Shiki defeated all the Straw Hats.
  • Shiki Base: the base of Golden Lion Pirates;

CharactersEdit

Playable CharactersEdit

Straw Hat Pirates
(Pre timeskip)

Straw Hat Pirates
(Post timeskip)

World Government

Other Pirates Others
1. Monkey D. Luffy 7. Monkey D. Luffy* 16. Coby** 27. Buggy 42. Nefertari Vivi**
2. Roronoa Zoro 8. Roronoa Zoro* 17. Smoker** 28. Shanks** 43. Wapol**
3. Nami 9. Nami* 18. Rob Lucci** 29. Portgas D. Ace 44. Enel**
4. Usopp 10. Usopp* 19. Aokiji 30. Edward Newgate

45. Emporio Ivankov

5. Sanji 11. Sanji* 20. Kizaru 31. Marco**
6. Tony Tony Chopper 12. Tony Tony Chopper* 21. Akainu 32. Crocodile
13. Nico Robin* 22. Magellan 33. Marshall D. Teach
14. Franky* 23. Bartholomew Kuma 34. Jinbe
15. Brook* 24. Boa Hancock 35. Eustass Kid**
25. Dracule Mihawk 36. Trafalgar D. Water Law**
26. Donquixote Doflamingo** 37. X Drake*
38. Caribou*
39. Hody Jones*
40.Vander Decken IX*
41. Shiki **

Playable characters with an asterisk [*] weren't present in the predecessor. Characters with two asterisk [**] were present only as support characters in the predecessor.

Support CharactersEdit

In addition to the following, all characters listed as playable can also be used as support.

Cameo CharactersEdit

In addition to the following, some characters listed as playable and support can also be seen in the stages or as shopkeepers.

The stages also present in One Piece Gigant Battle keep the same cameo characters.

GalleryEdit

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Gigant Battle 2 first scan.
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Gigant Battle 2 second scan, part 1.
Gigant Battle 2 - New World Promo Scan 2 Part 2
Gigant Battle 2 second scan, part 2.
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Gigant Battle 2 third scan.

Difference with One Piece Gigant BattleEdit

  • 45 characters are playable, instead of 20. Some of the returning characters have new attacks.
  • All of the stages which were originally in One Piece Gigant Battle are remade in a new expanded version.
  • Eight new stages have been added.
  • Sengoku's Daibutsu gray skin has been recolored to golden skin, to match the anime. Curiously, although in the cover box art Hancock wears a purple dress, in-game she's still in her yellow dress.
  • Jozu's clothes and diamond arm have been recolored.
  • Every character sprite other than Sanji is mirrored. Roronoa Zoro's sprite is mirrored too, but the scar is not.
  • The skill system is introduced. Maximum character's level is now only 10 as opposed to 50 in Gigant Battle.
  • In the first game, the playable Shichibukai members who were hit by Jewelry Bonney's support attack would change into a smaller version of themselves. In this game, those smaller versions are replaced by Oda's versions of the Shichibukai as children.
  • Some characters have also a special "depressed sprite" caused by Perona's power, except Usopp (since he's immune to it and Perona became depressed instead)
  • Both Mihawk and Ivankov are voiced by their second (and current to the moment the game was released) voice actors.
  • The Adventure Mode map is in 3D instead of 2D (although a 2D map can be accessed by pressing X).
  • There are no crouching sprites (even from the characters from Gigant Battle).
  • The secret techniques' videos and pictures are reduced to only an animated video of the character.
  • Teach's Secret Technique is the Secret Technique (obtained by password) from Gigant Battle where he uses the Gura Gura no Mi powers in conjunction with his Yami Yami no Mi. However, his "Liberation" ability may still be used by having Whitebeard present in the support deck.
  • Duval's sprite and portrait appear with his handsome face from the start.
  • The playable Zoan users (Chopper pre- and post-timeskip, Lucci, Marco, & Drake) now have 4 special bars. In addition, they can increase their stats by using 1 special bar (similar to picking up a diamond item) by pressing block+down.
  • The training stage is now Gray Terminal as opposed to Roger and Whitebeard's Final Meeting place in Gigant Battle.
  • Logia users will instantly appear behind the enemy who struck them when using Bingo block. In addition, they may become immune to any attack by holding the block button and down button at the same time, although this rapidly drains GP. The only exception is Teach, because of the nature of the Yami Yami no Mi.
  • Luffy (pre- and post-timeskip) now has a new immune animation when he is attacked by Hancock's Devil Fruit attacks.
  • All characters, after defeating an opponent with a Special Technique, Secret Technique or Heat Mode, say their catchphrases.
  • Little Oars Jr.'s sprite in Marineford is recolored to match his own colors instead of his ancestor's.
  • There is a new item: the spear from the Torino Humans in Straw Hats Training Islands Part 1 (it only appears there).
  • Some attacks can break through the opponent's defense. Also, when the character has an exclamation point over his/her head, that means that the opponent's defense is going to break.

TriviaEdit

  • Like its predecessor, the game shows some features shared with the Grand Battle series:
    • An animated intro with "We Go!" song, natural evolution of "We Are!"
    • The "Supports" system
    • The map in the Story Mode
  • This is the first One Piece video game to feature the Straw Hat Pirates as they appeared after the timeskip. It is also the first game where Law, Drake, Shiki, Caribou, Coby, Hody and Decken are playable.
  • As a Secret Technique, Luffy uses the original filler attack Busoushoku Koka: Gomu Gomu no Gigant Jet Gatling, that is a combination of Gear Second, Gear Third and Busoshoku Haki. This attack resembles the Gomu Gomu no Gigant Gatling used in Jump Ultimate Stars. Strangely, in the Fishmen Island Arc, in order to destroy the Noah Ark, Luffy uses a similar attack, but devoid of Gear Second (named Gomu Gomu no Elephant Gatling). Also, Luffy's Busoushoku-enhanced Gear Third attacks is blue as opposed to black in the anime.
  • As the game adapts up to the manga chapter 636, many of the Straw Hats' attacks are filler ones and some do not have new abilities. Luffy's "Gomu Gomu no Redhawk" and "Gomu Gomu no Elephant Gatling", Zoro's "Rengoku Oni Giri", Nami's "Black Ball: Raiun Rod", Usopp's "Midori Boshi: Impact Wolf" (as well as "Humandrake" and "Trampolia"), Sanji's "Hell Memories", Chopper's Monster Point's "Kokutei Palme", Robin's "Mil Fleur: Gigantesco Mano Stomp" and "Cuerpo Fleur: Double Clutch", Franky's "Franky Radical Beam" (strangely, Franky can utilize a laser beam in one of his combos) and Brook's "Kasuriuta: Fubuki Giri" do not appear in this game. In addition, Chopper cannot transform into his new Heavy Point and Monster Point, Franky cannot use Franky Shogun (as well as Franky Cannon and Franky Fireball) and Brook cannot use the freezing abilities of Soul Solid. This applies for Jinbe too, as he cannot use "Uchimizu", "Nanasenmaigawara Mawashigeri" and "Gyojin Karate Ougi: Buraikan", as he does not have a post timeskip version.
  • All or most of Kid, Law, Drake, Caribou, Coby, Shanks and Doflamingo's attacks are filler, due to the fact they showed little to no techniques at all at the time this game was released. Decken and Hody also show some filler attacks, as the game does not adapt to the end of the arc where several of their techniques and skills are fully demonstrated. In addition, Hody cannot transform to his "overdose" form.
  • The 15th anime opening, "We Go!" used as this game's theme song, but only 2 minutes of it.
  • For some reason, the appearance of some characters, such as Rayleigh, Sentomaru, Jinbe, Perona, Hatchan, Keimi & Pappug are not altered according to the timeskip.
    • Strangely enough, Hatchan and Keimi appear with their timeskip's design in the opening intro.
  • This is the One Piece video game with the most amount of playable and characters, with a roster numbering 45 playable characters and 100 supports.
  • With Enel, Caribou, and Smoker becoming playable, every canon Logia user in the series (up to the Fishman Island Arc) is playable.
  • Like Eustass Kid and Kizaru's voice actors in One Piece: Unlimited Cruise 2; Hody Jones, Hyouzou and Vander Decken IX's voice actors made their debut in this game before the anime.
  • Killer (like in Gigant Battle), is still the only Supernova that does not appear in game
  • Chopper still has to eat a Rumble Ball to transform into his new Guard Point and Sanji still strikes his Bien Cuit: Grill Shot with his left leg instead of his right leg.
  • When the self-destruct button in Straw Hats Training Stage Part 2 is attacked, the lab will explode (that explosion damage greatly to the players) and an image of Franky (pre-timeskip) will appear in the sky.
  • Moriah is the only Shichibukai who is not playable.
  • Unlike Jinbe and Hody, Vander Decken IX who ate the Mato Mato no Mi, can lose health if he falls in the water.
  • Doflamingo is considered a Paramecia user in the game.
  • In a online Royal Rumble match, the loser players turn into Den Den Mushi and they can move like the characters except that they cannot attack the current surviving players. However, they may still use support characters.
  • When Shirahoshi is obtained as support, she and Megalo appear in the background of the Sea Forest stage.
    • Also at some point, the 2D Megalo disappears and a 3D version of Megalo that serves as a platform appears in the stage.
    • Normally, Luffy in the Sea Forest appears sleeping but after unlocking Shirahoshi, Luffy appears standing on guard.
      • Strangely, it can happen when Jinbe is not fighting, otherwise, Luffy will appear again on the floor sleeping.

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Video Games
Japanese Releases: Nintendo
Game Boy Color: Birth of Luffy's Dream Pirate Crew!  •  Grand Line Dream Adventure Log
Game Boy Advance: One Piece - Big Secret Treasure of the Seven Phantom Islands  •  Aim! The King of Berry  •  One Piece: Going Baseball  •  Dragon Dream!
DS: Jump Super Stars  •  Jump Ultimate Stars  •  One Piece: Gear Spirit  •  Gigant Battle  •  Gigant Battle! 2 New World
3DS: Unlimited Cruise SP  •  One Piece Romance Dawn: The Dawn of the Adventure  •  One Piece: Unlimited World Red  •  One Piece: Super Grand Battle! X
Gamecube: Treasure Battle!  •  One Piece Grand Battle 3  •  One Piece: Grand Battle! Rush!  •  One Piece: Pirates Carnival  •  Battle Stadium D.O.N
Wii U: One Piece: Unlimited World Red
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  •  One Piece: Unlimited World Red  •  Pirate Warriors 3
PlayStation Portable: Romance Dawn: The Dawn of the Adventure
PlayStation Vita: Pirate Warriors 2  •  J-Stars Victory Vs  •  One Piece: Unlimited World Red  •  Pirate Warriors 3
PlayStation 4: Pirate Warriors 3
Japanese Releases: Others
Arcade: One Piece Miracle Battle Carddass  •  One Py Berry Match!  •  One Py Berry Match IC!  •  One Py Berry Match Treasure World
WonderSwan: Become the Pirate King!  •  Legend of the Rainbow Island  •  Treasure Wars  •  Grand Battle! Swan Colosseum  •  Treasure Wars 2 Welcome to Buggyland  •  Chopper's Big Adventure
Smartphone: One Py Berry Match AR!  •  One Piece Grand Collection  •  One Piece: Dance Battle  •  One Piece Adventure Log  •  One Piece: Running Chopper  •  One Piece Treasure Cruise
English Releases
Game Boy Advance: One Piece
PlayStation 2: One Piece: Grand Battle! Rush!  •  Grand Adventure  •  Pirates Carnival
PlayStation 3: Pirate Warriors  •  Pirate Warriors 2  •  One Piece: Unlimited World Red
PlayStation Vita: One Piece: Unlimited World Red
Game Cube: Grand Battle!  •  Grand Adventure  •  Pirates Carnival
Wii: Unlimited Adventure  •  Unlimited Cruise
DS: Gigant Battle
3DS: One Piece Romance Dawn: The Dawn of the Adventure  •  One Piece: Unlimited World Red
Wii U: One Piece: Unlimited World Red

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