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[PC] [ONE] [PS4] One Piece: World Seeker

Unread postby Mike T. » 13 Dec 2017 04:04

After Zelda's success, Japan finally jumps on the open-world bandwagon.

One Piece: World Seeker Coming West for PS4, Xbox One and PC in 2018
http://www.allgamesdelta.net/2017/12/on ... t-for.html
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Unread postby JC Denton » 20 Feb 2019 13:15

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Steam page is up and release is set to March 14: https://store.steampowered.com/app/7555 ... ld_Seeker/

GANBARION wrote:Leave your compass behind and join Luffy as he embarks on a brand new action-packed adventure where you can experience the powers of the legendary Gum-Gum fruit to uncover hidden secrets on an original, never-before-seen island!


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PS4/XB1/PC – Karma System: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPJoSeRb-rg

Looks pretty damn sweet, like a Bamco version of Breath of the Wild or something. Hope they put more heart into it than they normally do to their licensed games. And it looks like it from the trailer.
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Unread postby recoil » 15 Mar 2019 02:32

Twitch VOD: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/395584381
YouTube VOD: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5v4esAc7Q0

Right off the bat, you can tell they took a lot of care with this one, there's a great intro video and the opening cutscene is full of excitement and action and it's not long until you get to jump into the game. There's everything you would expect from a good free-roaming action game. Even though I couldn't get to them within two hours, I could see the skill tree had a good variety of combat, movement, and stealth options to unlock with some of them being ripped from the Batman and Spider-Man games. When it comes to difficulty, the game is no pushover at the hardest difficulty and you'll have to put a good amount of time in figuring out the combat system, boss patterns and the best way to utilize all your moves. It's a good game even if you know nothing of the source material.
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Unread postby icycalm » 15 Mar 2019 18:09

In a free-roaming/"open world" game one of the most important things is... the world. You mostly spoke of the combat system, but that is a priority in action games. Witness the GTA series, in which combat is always far from top-notch. So how is the world in this game? Is it interesting and fun to explore? And also, what's the quest structure like? That's the second most important aspect in these games. Are there a bunch of people spread around the map giving you missions as in GTA, or is the structure different? (perhaps more BotW-like; though I've no idea what's that like, but I understand you've played that).
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Unread postby recoil » 15 Mar 2019 20:12

The world looked well-populated with people, enemies, items and points of interest to explore. There are main quest missions that are given in a linear order by certain people and what looked to be side-quests in the towns I passed by, but I didn't get a chance to try them out. The structure is not like BotW and more like the GTA series.
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