Haul Anchor and Set Sail for Exciting New Pirate Adventures on Nintendo 3DS
Join Captain Monkey D. Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates on the search for thrilling maritime adventures in this sequel to the thousand seas adventure. One Piece: Unlimited Cruise SP2 will let players choose from among more than 12 of their favourite characters to play as, with over 15 boss characters from the original anime series to do battle with. In this epic adventure, One Piece fans will set sail on the seven seas to discover new islands brimming with adventure. When the only choice is to stand and fight, players will pull, turn and swing to battle nefarious villains using each character’s own unique set of moves, including Luffy’s “Gum Gum Storm” and Nami’s “Cyclone Tempo”.
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Reviewed on 05/09/2012 by
One Piece Unlimited Cruis SP 2 is an awesome game that's as good as the first part. It's an absolutely great game and a definite must have!
Reviewed on 07/08/2012 by
The creation of Eiichiro Oda returns once more to Nintendo 3DS hand of the second part of the pirate adventure One Piece: Unlimited Cruise. This will complete the conversion portable Wii title. Some time ago, the Wii enjoyed a fairly prominent title based on the adventures of Luffy and co. It was a true adventure spirit JRPG, which was ported and slightly updated for the 3DS. A few months ago Namco western launched the first part of One Piece Unlimited Cruise SP. (But only half of the original Japanese 3DS version was released due to lack of memory space and of cost on a 4GB card and the extra costs for the western release the game was split into two.) And so not to leave things halfway, now comes the second and final One Piece: Unlimited Cruise SP2. As for the game play, the title follows the trail marked by its immediate predecessor and can continue your save data from the previous installment (or just start a game with this version losing some extra buffs). The story of this adventure continues the story enjoyed in the previous title, having to move into new islands filled with treasures and enemies of the hand of Luffy and his comrades. As we progress it is possible to control different characters, of the straw hats each enjoying a number of unique skills and game play styles. You level up and learn new moves from combat while also searching for different items to progress further in the story. The game can be a monotonous grind at times but has a fan of the actual series the enjoyability has increased ten fold which help makes up for the limited amount of exploring and adventure game play. But if your not a fan I recommend watching some video footage to understand the game play style has it is very unique in terms of item collecting and combat slightly from a musou style game such has dynasty warriors. There is additional difficulties if you finish the game (hard,very hard which carry your stats through) and also a battle attack mode and vs 200 in which you can play has other characters bosses you beat. Tons of re-playability and hours can be invested into this title due to these extra modes. Overall the game is very good if you're a fan of the series with a 3DS and it being portable means it easy to play in small segments to break up the grinding style game play parts. If your not a fan of the series I recommend you look into game play footage first has a lot of elements are fan service with the game play being mediocre to good for an action-adventure RPG.