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For other uses of this name, see One Piece (Disambiguation).

One Piece for the Game Boy Advance is an action game released exclusively for the American handheld market. It loosely adapts the entire East Blue Saga, chronicling the adventures of the first five Straw Hat Pirates and their ultimate voyage for the Grand Line. It was developed by Dimps Corporation, published by Bandai, and released in the United States in September 2005.

As it was made in tandem with the 4Kids anime, the game uses many of the same naming conventions.

GameplayEdit

The game is a standard side-scrolling beat-'em-up, featuring Luffy as the sole playable character against a variety of enemies. Luffy begins with several of his trademark techniques, both short- and long-range; as the game progresses, several more can be unlocked to supplement both combat and exploration.

In addition to a standard life bar, Luffy carries a multi-tier "power" bar to fuel his stronger attacks with. This bar is recharged whenever he successfully hits an enemy; different attacks supply different amounts of charge.

ItemsEdit

Luffy may encounter a variety of helpful items throughout the game. These include:

  • Apple: Restores a small amount of life.
  • Rice Ball: Restores a large amount of life.
  • Drumstick: Restores full life.
  • Jolly Roger: Grants one tier of power.
  • Luffy Head: Grants one extra life.
  • Fist: Grants fifteen seconds of invincibility.
  • Bomb: Can be thrown to damage enemies, or break otherwise-unbreakable barriers.

Items may be found out in the open, or in easily-broken crates.

Game ModesEdit

StoriesEdit

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Stories load menu, depicting current progress and crewmates.

Stories mode, featuring two difficulty settings, adapts the East Blue Saga into six levels.

  1. Navy Base (comprising Alvida's ship as well as the Shells Town base)
  2. Port Town
  3. Syrup Village
  4. Baratie
  5. Arlong Park
  6. Rogue Town

Each level consists of three stages - two focused on platforming and exploration (though usually featuring one or more mini-bosses) and the third centered on a boss battle. Once a stage is cleared, the player's score (measured in Belly to represent Luffy's growing bounty) is tallied, based on the number and prominence of enemies defeated. The stage may then be re-played indefinitely.[1]

As per canon, each level - except the last - ends with a new Straw Hat Pirate joining Luffy. These crewmates serve as a non-player support party in following levels, each holding two techniques which Luffy may substitute for his own.

  • Zolo: Charges enemies in a straight line or strikes them with a tornado.
  • Nami: Steals one item from an enemy or strikes all visible enemies with lightning.
  • Usopp: Stuns enemies with rotten eggs or strikes them with explosives.
  • Sanji: Delivers a series of kicks or delivers a drumstick that restores full health.

At the start of every platforming stage, Luffy's available crewmates will wander off ahead; in order to use them, Luffy must find and add them to the party. In contrast, boss stages always begin with a full party.[2]

Levels are bridged by the Ship Battle Royale mini-game, which tasks Luffy with defeating a swarm of enemies aboard the Merry within 60 seconds. If successful, Luffy will earn a number of extra lives based on how quickly he finished.

Mini-GamesEdit

Mini-Games mode is unlocked after all six levels of Stories mode have been cleared (on either difficulty).

  • Ship Battle Royale: A modification of the Stories mode mini-game, featuring no time limit and infinite enemies.
  • Boss Rush: A "bonus" mini-game unlocked by gathering the fifty coins hidden throughout Stories mode, stringing all of Stories mode's boss battles into a single challenge.

Bonus FeaturesEdit

Fifty collectibles, referencing various items and oddities from the series, can be found throughout Stories mode. Some are automatically awarded for defeating particular bosses; others must be found by interacting with various non-player characters, or achieving a specific score.

  1. Zolo's Stomach Band
  2. Rika's Rice Balls
  3. Axe-Hand Morgan Statue
  4. Alvida's Iron Bar
  5. Map of the Grand Line
  6. Treasure Key
  7. Cabaji's Unicycle
  8. Chouchou's Dog Food
  9. Special Buggy Ball
  10. Usopp's Sling Shot
  11. The Merry Go
  12. Kotatsu-buton Cape
  13. Chakram
  14. Cat's Claw
  15. Lollipop
  16. Mackerel Head One
  17. Free Food
  18. Gas Mask
  19. Bell-Mere's Tangerine
  20. Genzo's Pinwheel
  21. Snail
  22. Hatchan's Octopus Trap
  23. Roast Pork
  24. Tooth Gum
  25. Momoo
  26. Usopp's Goggles
  27. Elephant Tuna
  28. Chop Chop Fruit
  29. Billow-a-Bike
  30. Truncheon
  31. Wado
  32. Kitetsu III
  33. Yubashiri
  34. Shigure
  35. Black Sword
  36. Straw Hat
  37. Gum Gum Fruit
  38. Master of the Near Sea
  39. Pansamay
  40. Pandaman
  41. Straw Hat Pirates flag
  42. Navy flag
  43. Buggy Pirates flag
  44. Black Cat Pirates flag
  45. Krieg Armada flag
  46. Arlong Pirates flag
  47. Alvida Pirates flag
  48. Veggie Pirates flag
  49. Cook Pirates flag
  50. Red Hair Pirates flag
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Treasure chest and miniature treasure chest.

Collectibles generally have no effect on gameplay; a notable exception is the Treasure Key, which allows the many treasure chests scattered throughout Stories mode (a common source of coins) to be opened.

Each level also contains one miniature treasure chest; these cannot be opened, but become collectible once the Gaimon NPC (located in the second Syrup Village stage) has been found. Bringing all six chests to Gaimon will unlock the Sound Test, making the game's soundtrack available at leisure.

TriviaEdit

  • The game's box art is modified from that of One Piece: Grand Battle (the English localization of One Piece: Grand Battle! Rush!).
  • Most of the game's sprites and animations are recycled from Dimps' previous One Piece game Grand Battle! Swan Colosseum. The music is largely remixed from that of Swan Colosseum as well.
    • The gameplay is also very similar to that of Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure, another Shonen Jump-licensed game developed by Dimps.
  • This is the only English-language One Piece game to go further in censoring Sanji's cigarette than simply removing it, recoloring it to look like a drinking straw in all of Sanji's sprites.
    • In addition, the Baratie level features the infamous lollipop as a collectible.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Re-playing a stage after the level's boss has been defeated is often mandatory for completing certain side-quests
  2. The Rogue Town level breaks from this pattern; its second and third stages contain no crewmates and must be cleared by Luffy alone (though re-plays of the third stage will begin with a full party).

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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: Big Secret Treasure of the Seven Phantom Islands  •  Aim! The King of Belly  •  Going Baseball  •  Dragon Dream!
GameCube: Treasure Battle!  •  Grand Battle! 3  •  Grand Battle! Rush!  •  Pirates Carnival  •  Battle Stadium D.O.N
DS: Jump Super Stars  •  Jump Ultimate Stars  •  Gear Spirit  •  Gigant Battle  •  Gigant Battle! 2 New World
3DS: Unlimited Cruise SP  •  One Piece Romance Dawn: The Dawn of the Adventure  •  Unlimited World Red  •  One Piece: Super Grand Battle! X  •  One Piece: Great Pirate Colosseum
Wii: Unlimited Adventure  •  Unlimited Cruise
Wii U: Unlimited World Red
Japanese Releases: Sony
PlayStation: Grand Battle!  •  Set Sail Pirate Crew!  •  Grand Battle! 2  •  Ocean's Dream! - Oceans of Dreams
PlayStation 2: Grand Battle! 3  •  Round the Land  •  Grand Battle! Rush!  •  Fighting for 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  •  One Piece Grand Cruise  •  One Piece: World Seeker  •  Jump Force
Japanese Releases: Microsoft
Xbox One: Burning Blood  •  One Piece: World Seeker  •  Jump Force
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: Chopper and the Island of Bonds  •  One Piece Treasure Cruise  •  One Piece: Run, Chopper, Run!  •  One Piece Thousand Storm  •  One Piece Bounty Rush
English Releases
Game Boy Advance: One Piece
PlayStation 2: Grand Battle!  •  Grand Adventure  •  Pirates Carnival
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
GameCube: Grand Battle!  •  Grand Adventure  •  Pirates Carnival
Wii: Unlimited Adventure  •  Unlimited Cruise
DS: Gigant Battle
3DS: One Piece Romance Dawn: The Dawn of the Adventure  •  Unlimited World Red
Wii U: Unlimited World Red
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Series Information
Creator: Eiichiro Oda
Production
Manga: Chapters and Volumes  •  Cover Stories  •  SBS  •  Author's Notes  •  Databooks  •  Digitally Colored Manga
Anime: Episodes  •  Music  •  Movies  •  Home Video Releases  •  Eyecatchers  •  End Cards
Live-action series:
Distribution
Dubs: Odex (Voice Actors)  •  4Kids Entertainment (Voice Actors  •  Episodes and DVDs)  •  FUNimation Entertainment (Voice Actors  •  Episodes and DVDs)
Translations: VIZ Media
Related Companies: Toei Animation  •  Weekly Shonen Jump  •  Madman Entertainment  •  Manga Entertainment
Other: Fansub
Miscellaneous
Merchandise: Books (Novels)  •  Figurines  •  CDs  •  Video Games
Other: Early One Piece