One Piece: Romance Dawn Also Covers The Battle Of Marineford Arc

By Spencer . November 18, 2012 . 9:22pm

aceNamco Bandai announced another storyline covered in the upcoming One Piece role playing game. Jump reports One Piece: Romance Dawn covers the Battle of Marineford arc.

 

Players will fight the three Admirals in One Piece: Romance Dawn. Whitebeard and Boa Hancock show up in this storyline as NPCs that help you out. Portgas D. Ace also shows up in the Battle of Marineford as a playable character.


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  • Herok♞

    So basically the game covers all of pretime for once.

    • British_Otaku

      Moved post*

  • ragingmerifes

    I just hope they don’t make a WTF ending like the Pirate Warriors game. Seriously, Luffy turning into Gohan and throwing fire punches was too much to bear.

    • British_Otaku

      It’s the Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm disease of sorts or just getting carried away with QTEs at the expense of gameplay and maintaining connection to the original material. >_>

  • https://twitter.com/RaiohV Raioh

    I wonder if the cast’ll have multiple costumes. I kinda hope so as imo it’s one of those things that make me like the series so much.

  • British_Otaku

    It seems to be standard to attempt to cover all of the content up to the end of Marineford.

    Gigant Battle (even before it aired in the anime – features that moment), Gigant Battle 2 (featured content not yet in the manga or anime kinda), Unlimited Cruise SP and Pirate Warriors to varying extents covered the same time period, with the latter having the biggest narrative focus but the least fanservice and content.

    I won’t be surprised if it is the second (yes second) game to attempt to cover the Fishman Island arc, but this time in full.

  • DejWoSWK

    It would be great tragedy if this will not have an english release…this game looks just too damn good

    • Herok♞

       well their is some hope for Europe if the PSP isn’t completely dead there.

      • DejWoSWK

        Well it is not dead,at least not completely

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