One Piece World Seeker: the Video Review of the new game based on the Eiichiro Oda series


Born to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the airing of the anime, One Piece World Seeker is a game that transports the Cappello di Paglia crew to an open world that is as pleasant to see as it is counted on the content and playful front.

The new work of the team Ganbarion presents itself as an action adventure with some role-playing elements, an amalgam that gives shape to a title unfortunately unable to keep faith with its ambitions and our expectations.

In spite of the extraordinary stylistic fidelity to the Eiichiro Oda manga, the story offered to us by the Japanese developers ends up being more often than not redundant, with repetitive activities and secondary narrative lines used as a mere filling ploy. Net of these stumbles, the playful and visual experience proposed to us by the title turns out to be however sufficient, provided we are the strenuous fans of the Monkey D. Luffy saga and to postpone the objective deficiencies in the open approach -world adopted by Japanese authors and in the overall construction of the game system.

Before leaving you in the company of our Video Review (and of course our review), we remind those who follow us and all the future emulators of Straw Hat who One Piece: World Seeker is expected to launch on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for March 15 .