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One Piece Pirate Warriors 3 review
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by Sr_Sandokan

Al igual que con Dragon Ball Xenoverse, te matas a hacer misiones todas exactamente iguales, solo cambia el mapa, que es feo de cojo. con unos graficos malos hasta para una PS2. La jugabilidad es decente pero solo sigues adelante para ver el siguiente video. Mi consejo, lo mismo con que DBZX mirate las cutscenes en youtube ahorrate la pasta y si ves una oferta del 90 % de descuento compratelo, te durará lo que tu paciencia aguante.
«Ugly as my life»
«I could make it better»

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One Piece Pirate Warriors 3 is just Good. The Game is simply a Dynasty Warriors in One Piece. There are a lot of balanced Characters to play, all of which have their own Style (you can expand this style with Costumes) There are heaps of things to do The Legends Log (Legend Log): Is the Story mode of the Game where the Story from the Beginning to Do do Flamingo is told. In this Story mode, you can unlock different Characters, which you can then play outdoors Log. For the People who want to have a little harder or even want to reach the 100% in the Legends Log there are the so-called "legends" that are outstanding in Legends Log. You get given special Tasks on each Mission that need to be done to create 100%. Free Log: The Free Log is designed to try out or simply level each Character. There you can also complete your Legends in individual Missions. (You play the Missions from Legend Log in The Free Log). Dream Log: The Dream Log is a completely new Way to complete challenges. The Dream Log consists of a Map of tens of small Islands where different Missions await you. There you unlock other Characters that don't exist in the Legends Log. The Dream Log is very extensive and to explain everything there I would take longer than I actually want to write. The Main Fun about this Game for me is the Dream Log. The Game is very extensive but can also get monotonous very quickly for those out there who have never played Dynasty Warriors before. For me, the Game is a clear Buy recommendation for those on Mass Beating:P
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Beat ' em up meets Humor & Story Relevance The Game is great for Fans and definitely recommended for People who want to watch One Piece again. The Characters are lovingly crafted, the Story worked out with great Attention to Detail. Only the Camera Guidance makes it clear that you should definitely use a Gamepad. The Control is also more in need of getting used to, as the Standard Occupancy, certainly not adapted to common Standards via Mouse & Keyboard. The Game is a Mix of Beat ' em up & turn-based Capture the Point insoles, with variable effects on the Game. Especially the Boss fights and "Kizuma"/(Partner Attacks) make some Blow, incredibly powerful seem and it just feels like you've been drawn into the Game. The Celshading graphics fit perfectly with the sometimes but absurd Characters that the One Piece Universe serves to Hauf '. Each Chapter needs just from the third, like more than 30 Minutes of Play + Dialogues and beautiful Rendered short Sequences. A little Negative Point on the Sidelines: I can understand anyone who is looking at the turn-based Way of playing through Map after map, but the stronger you become and the more you are levelt, as long as you are not Deprived of fun. Conclusion: The Game really has few prints, a negative Impression made in me Beforehand only the control on the Keyboard and the resulting Camerawork, which can frankly have a very common order and can often have a demanding effect without a Gamepad. For this purpose, the Game builds with incredibly beautiful Storytelling, recognizable Characters and long Staying power, a unique Humor and many Hours of Playable Gameplay. The general Story offers about 25 Hours of Play, with Story DLC for the Steam Version, there are 8 Missions on top of it. And if you fancy a good Co-op game, you are also taken care of. There is a well-dissolved Two-player feature, typical in The split screen, playable with a Keyboard, or two Gamepads. An Insider Tip for every Fan and anyone who wants to become one.
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