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One Piece: Pirate Warriors
One Piece Pirate Warriors
Japanese Title: ワンピース海賊無双
Romanized Title: Wan Pīsu: Kaizoku Musō
English Title: One Piece: Pirate Warriors
Developer(s): Tecmo Koei; Omega Force
Publisher(s): Namco Bandai
Release(s): (JP) March 1, 2012;
(EU) September 21, 2012;
(USA) September 25, 2012
Platform(s): Playstation 3
Genre: Action

One Piece: Pirate Warriors is a One Piece related video game released in Japan on March 1, 2012, in Europe on September 21, 2012, and in South America on September 28, 2012 for the Sony PlayStation 3 with Namco Bandai and Tecmo Koei teaming up to create it and Omega Force, a subsidiary of Tecmo Koei, developing it. The game takes place from the East Blue Saga until the Return to Sabaody Arc.

The title is made with the hopes of creating the "ultimate game", as developers claim that it personifies the "comrades" and Warriors themes in a grand adventure. This game is in honor of One Piece's 15th anniversary, starting back in 1997.

While there was no announcement for the game's release outside of Japan, the name "One Piece: Pirate Warriors" had been copyrighted in America and Europe on 2/1/2012.[1] Namco Bandai confirmed that the game will be heading overseas via their conference they had on 4/11/2012. The game was released on September 25th, 2012.[2] The game will be released on a disc in Europe but will be released exclusively digital in North America.[3] This is the first One Piece game to be released in North America without an English dub. It will have Japanese audio with English subtitles.[4]

The sequel, Pirate Warriors 2, was developed by Namco Bandai within a year after the first game's release, and came out in Japan on March 20th, 2013. The EU and NA versions later came out on August 30th and September 3rd of the same year.


Playable characters can be used at any point in the game, support characters assist the player through a stage, enemies are bosses and cameo characters are featured exclusively in an opening movie or any other non-gameplay situation.




Some of the strongest common enemies, who act as mini-bosses, resemble some of the characters from the series, despite deploying completely different abilities:





Aside from One Piece: Kaizoku Musou (MRSP: 8190 yen), there will be a One Piece: Kaizoku Musou Treasure Box and a One Piece: Kaizoku Musou Gold Edition Bundle released. The Treasure Box contains the game itself, a guide book, a music CD with the game’s soundtrack, and collectible pins. There is also a serial code to download nine custom themes featuring individual members of the Straw Hats. The MRSP is 12390 yen.[14]

The Gold Edition bundle contains a golden 320 GB PS3 with Luffy and the Kaizoku Musou logo on it as well as a golden DualShock3 controller. The MRSP is 38,170 yen.[15]

For the initial release of the game, 7-11 has sponsored a limited color figure release of Luffy from Super Styling Ambitious Might.


Playable CharactersEdit



  • In the credits Kizaru's seiyuu, Unshou Ishizuka's name is mistranslated as Unshou Ishiduka.

References Edit

  5. 5.0 5.1 December 9th 2011, Scan confirming Zoro and Sanji as playable characters
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 December 26th 2011, Jump Festa 2011 trailer features Sanji with a health bar at 1:27 and a lot of East Blue Saga content
  7. 7.0 7.1 Scan confirming Chopper and Drum Island arc
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 Scan confirming Brook, Ace, Hancock and Whitebeard
  9. Pic confirming Hachi
  10. Game's scans confirming some of the boss characters
  11. Scan confirming Crocodile, Wapol, Kaku and Lucci as bosses
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 Scan confirming Aokiji, Magellan and boss mode
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 Scan confirming the Admirals, Sentoumaru, Blackbeard and Kuma as bosses
  14. December 12th 2011, Treasure Box, picture of Luffy's theme included
  15. December 15th 2011, Gold Edition, picture of exclusive theme featuring the nine crew members

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