One Piece Unlimited World Red Video Shows Trafalgar Law And The Corrida Coliseum

By Spencer . March 31, 2014 . 11:15pm

One Piece Unlimited World Red has extra content that wasn’t in the Japanese 3DS release. A new coliseum mode set in the Corrida Coliseum has Luffy and Trafalgar Law from the Royal Seven Warlords of the Sea teaming up to defeat Donquixote Doflamingo. Law is new to One Piece Unlimited World Red and only playable in Coliseum Mode.


One Piece Unlimited World Red comes out for Wii U, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita on June 12 in Japan. Banda Namco Games plans to release it in North America for all of those systems plus Nintendo 3DS sometime in 2014.

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  • NeptuniasBeard

    Wow! This game looks like it has a lot of meat to it. At the risk of sounding like a broken record though… English dub, Namco? Not saying it’s ABSOLUTELY necessary, but it would make me jump on it faster…

  • That…was…AWESOME! *saves video*

  • British_Otaku

    Nice of them to show a trailer, even if it shows that even with the update fishing and bug catching (among other things) are still messed up… >_>

    If this is similar to Marineford Mode, the game will be really selective about who you use in certain battles and have more focus on cinematics than the series proper. So if we do get more stuff, it’ll be locked back here eh?

  • 3PointDecoupage

    You already have my money. JUST TELL ME WHEN!

  • Rayhan PromisedGallery

    Hoping One Piece will become as popular as DBZ and Naruto in the west when this game got released

    • k.b.a.

      i have to ask this and i do so with no disrespect, but how is one piece? by which i mean, i read bleach and naruto for years and after a while i found it stupid. they’d establish a world and rules as well as consequences for characters actions, then turn around and say whoops yeah nvm. bleach doing this in particular is odd, dealing with DEATH and how much finality such a concept carries.
      i’ve read up to chapter 100 in one piece and so far i like what i’ve read because it’s a little silly and never forgets that. i’m more likely to give this game a try than anything with dragon ball z, naruto, or bleach… unless someone makes a traditional or even ASW fighter

      • James Williams

        One piece never forgets its plot or characters or world, oda puts a lot of effort into making sure everything introduced and hinted at has some pay off, it’s honestly one of the best shonen’s running right now. Bleach is all sorts of awful at the moment, im glad its finally ending.

  • Kornelious

    So i’ve been wondering, does this game have a full open field to explore, or is it more of a platformer? Still gonna get it anyways though :)

    • British_Otaku

      Each of the One Piece Unlimited have large environments and fields to explore, in this case the environments are much smaller and less intertwined than other installments but there is an town to run around before you go to explore… probably 10 areas which are fairly fleshed out even if they are small and linear in comparison.

      There is almost no platforming in the game (despite this game having the most organic movement so far in the series), so combat, fishing, bug catching and all around adventure drive the experience.

  • fairysun

    Please define that “sometime in 2014”
    I have my belly ready.

  • King Chibi

    hey papa bear

  • Pandakids09 .

    Sweet getting both the Vita and 3ds version!!! But i still want One Piece Pirate Warriors 2 for the Vita in English!!!!

  • S- Class Wizard KaRamo

    Well i’m sold getting the vita version

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