The Pirate Warriors are back and bring with them a more explosive story, more environments and even crazier attacks in ONE PIECE: PIRATE WARRIORS 4. Follow Luffy and the Straw Hats from the beginning as they make their journey through different islands and onwards in the hopes of ﬁnding the illustrious treasure – the One Piece. Play through some of the most extraordinary islands and environments in the ONE PIECE story and take on memorable foes. Choose from some of your favorite characters and take on a vast number of enemies through iconic moments from the One Piece anime. Developed by the masters of the action musou genre, KOEI TECMO GAMES, ONE PIECE Pirate Warriors 4 brings together the excitement from slashing hordes of enemies with the fun and energetic personalities from the One Piece series. Embark on a new pirate warriors adventure.
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 has the unusual honor of being both one of the best anime-based games and best Warriors games I’ve ever played. It has its flaws, including the tiresome return of Giant foes and the usual Warriors repetitiveness, but it’s a great example of how to reinvigorate something that seems like a tired formula. If you’re a One Piece fan or a fan of the Warriors franchise, PW4 is absolutely worth a go. Once you’ve taken a bite of gum-gum, you won’t be able to resist more.
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 is the best Musou around, and it’s also a must buy for all lovers of Eiichiro Oda’s opera omnia.
No matter the scale of the fight, the combat system works. Each character’s unique fighting style is represented so they all feel different to play. It’s robust enough that Omega Force’s characteristic style, all about mowing down thousands, feels satisfying even when you go toe-to-toe with a single powerful enemy. Other One Piece games are welcome to try, but Warriors still has the treasure mark firmly painted over it.
A rare innovative Musou game, with tons of content but a handful of issues. If you can wrestle the camera into submission, and especially if your One Piece fan, One Piece Pirate Warriors 4 is full of treasure once you dig past its flaws.
One Piece fans will love this game. Although I have not seen a single episode of One Piece’s anime or read any of the manga, I enjoyed playing it. You don’t need to have a vast knowledge of the One Piece lore to enjoy this game, as the main storyline introduces you to the characters and locations within the One Piece universe. Overall, One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 was a lot of fun and I highly recommend it if you enjoy Dynasty Warriors-like games.
One Piece fans rejoice, there’s a ton here to enjoy. The prospect of getting hands-on as Big Mom, Kaido, and Katakuri then smashing through armies of Samurai on Wano is wonderful. The characters play fantastically, each distinct and diverse, with fantastic realisations of their moves and abilities. The cleaned-up combat system makes for a smoother experience, and many issues have been addressed. That being said, there are some little annoyances that hold it back, such as the key absentees of the roster, and the constantly frustrating camera. For all of its flaws, though, this is a solid Musou title, and a significant step forward beyond Pirate Warriors 3. A must buy for Musou fans. A must buy for One Piece fans. For fans of both an absolute joy.
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 is yet another action heavy entry in the spinoff series that will provide fans of the series with a fun experience for awhile before starting to feel very monotonous as a result of the lack of anything special to set itself apart from other games in the genre.
The game looks great and plays great. One of the biggest flaws are the camara gets stuck and the lock on don’t follow the target sometimes. The story only has 6 arcs but realistically putting the whole show in a game is almost impossible. But overall really fun better than the previous that’s for sure. Huge step on the right direction.
the game is good but I prefer pirate warrior 3. I don’t like the they decided to remove some arc and character, I hope that the character the they remove don’t come back as paid DLC character. The story mode is six chapter, alabasta, enies lobby, summit war, dressrosa, whole cake island and wano, some of the cutscene in the game are hilariously bad and other are from pirate warrior game. The gameplay is amazing every character is fun to play, of the new character my favorite Ichiji. Every character has a different type, power, speed, sky and technique, of all the type the one the i will say it a little difficult to learn is sky. I think that they could done a better with the story mode, treasure log is not as fun as the dream log from pirate warrior 3 and I have mix feeling about the upgrade system. the game is not perfect is you are a fan of the pirate warrior like I am It fine game.
It is noticeable as the game progresses that the character models and world all start improving. Until you enter the timeskip, it is very obvious that the you are playing the ps3 games.
After that the colours change in the level, and character models really improve…but not by much.
By 2020 standards this game looks abysmal.
The choice to make luffy yell the same thing every time he dashes was a terrible one.