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18 Best One Piece Games Worth Playing

One Piece Games are the most popular games in anime community. Eiichiro Oda’s one piece has been on the most popular series of the last 20 years.

A unique and attention grabbing art style with some of strongest personalities anime characters and detailed world building we get to see this master piece.

And today we are going to create a list of most popular one piece games for you to cover the adventures of Monkey D. Luffy and the Straw Hat Priates.

Even though One Piece is one of the most popular shonen books of all time, it hasn’t been made into as many video games as Dragon Ball or Naruto.

Just to be clear, Eiichiro Oda’s manga has inspired a few dozen games, but they don’t seem to get that much attention.

More importantly, there hasn’t been a game that fully lives up to the IP’s promise. One Piece doesn’t have a game like Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst or Dragon Ball FighterZ.

Still, there are some good versions, and fans should check out the best One Piece games.

Lets begin the list of best one piece games you must play if you a die heart fan of one piece.

18. One Piece: Pirate Warriors

Platforms: PS3

One Piece Pirate Warriors 1

When Omega Force was given the chance to bring the 1 vs. 100 gameplay techniques from Dynasty Warriors to the world of One Piece, it was a good thing for both games.

One Piece: Pirate Warriors is a good name for a story that follows the “East Blue Saga” arc until the “Return to Sabaody Arc.”

During that famous stretch of pirate adventures, you were given control of several Straw Hat Pirates (including Whitebeard) and told to beat the hell out of anything that looked at you funny.

When it came out, things were good enough for a first try at this kind of recipe.

As with most “Musou” games, it was fun to do cool super moves with characters like Ace and rack up kills until the kill number hit the 100s.

However, the game soon became repetitive. At best, the first Pirate Warriors game is good and offers a decent amount of fun.

17. One Piece: Romance Dawn

Platforms: PSP, 3DS

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One Piece hasn’t done well on handheld systems, and 2012’s Romance Dawn didn’t do much to change that.

Aside from the box art, this game doesn’t have much going for it. Given how well the games in the series have done so far, it is still one of the better ones.

The player is in charge of Luffy and other members of the Straw Hat gang. Since it only goes up to Marineford, Romance Dawn doesn’t have a very big story.

Turn-based fighting works well enough, and fans can easily spend 50 hours or more playing it.

16. One Piece Odyssey

Platforms: PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PC – Steam

One Piece Odyssey 1

When it was reported that the cast and crew of Straw Hat Pirates would be in a turn-based RPG, fans were cautious but still hopeful.

And when it came out, One Piece Odyssey became the best One Piece game of all time, with no competition.

Everything looks so much like the manga/anime in terms of how it looks. The fact that you can play out past events alongside a completely new story makes the whole thing feel like a tribute to fans who have been with One Piece since the beginning.

When you add the “Scramble Area Battles” battle system, you have an RPG that works well as a licensed game and is a great example of the genre in general.

15. One Piece: Pirates’ Carnival

Platforms: PS2, GameCube, One Piece Games

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One Piece: Pirates’ Carnival is a party game for the PlayStation 2 and Nintendo Gamecube, loosely adapting elements of the manga and anime up to the Water 7 Arc.

This game isn’t very good, it’s true. Its score of 49 is for the GameCube version, which is better than the PS2 version. It has the same 49 as One Piece: Unlimited Cruise SP 2 on 3DS.

It allows up to four players to explore a Reversi-like board, compete in dozens of mini-games, and assemble a custom “crew” from more than 100 canon characters.

All players need to know about this 2006 game is that it is a copy of a mini-game collection like Mario Party. It wasn’t well thought out as a whole.

14. One Piece: Round the Land

Platforms: PS2, One Piece Games

One Piece: Round the Land (2004)

One Piece: Round the Land! is a game developed by Bandai for the PS2 system. It was released in Japan on July 29, 2004 and in Europe on December 10 of the same year.

This game featured a unique story with the introduction of the non-canon devil fruit Mini Mini no Mi eaten by Blyue.

Round the land is a 3D side scrolling game. Player can choose from any of the available Straw Hat Pirates, clearing each challenge area based of arcs from the East Blue Saga to the Skypiea Arc.

13. One Piece: Gigant Battle!

Platforms: Nintendo DS, One Piece Games

One Piece: Gigant Battle! (2010)

One Piece: Gigant Battle!, previously known as “Project Jet”, is a Nintendo DS game published by Bandai. It was first announced in the second Weekly Shonen Jump issue released in December 2009.

It focuses from the Sabaody Archipelago Arc to the Marineford Arc, but contain content from previous arcs as well.

The gameplay seems to be similar to Jump Ultimate Stars from what has been demonstrated in videos and screenshots.

12. One Piece: Grand Battle! Rush

Platforms: PS2, GameCube,One Piece Games

One Piece: Grand Battle! Rush

One Piece: Grand Battle is another cartoon arena fighting game that falls right in the middle of the quality scale.

But one thing that gets it extra attention and praise is that all of the available characters in the game are drawn in a chibi style.

And in terms of gameplay, the Power Stone feel of it all still makes it fun to play with a friend in a one-on-one battle.

The use of helper characters in fight was a cool addition to everything else this game had to offer.

This game was made to take advantage of how popular One Piece had become after the American dub by 4Kids Entertainment. And as a way to get people to watch the show, it does a good job.

11. One Piece: Grand Adventure

Platforms: PS2, GameCube, One Piece Games

One Piece Grand Adventure 1

The update to the last game on our list is, of course, much better. In One Piece: Grand Adventure, Portgaz D. Trace, Enel, and Kuina were added to the already great cast of the first game in the series.

This made the cast even better. The new “Adventure Mode” made this game a lot more fun to play again and again, because you can have a lot of fun exploring the world of One Piece and looking for fights across the “Grand Line.”

The way the available characters in that mode are tied to different levels of difficulty was a smart way to change up the action.

Playing as Luffy, Buggy, Crocodile, Chaser, and Usopp gave us more fun than we expected in this game’s mode.

10. One Piece Bounty Rush

Platforms: Android, iOS, One Piece Games

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One Piece Bounty Rush is a smartphone game released in March 2018 in Japan and the United States. It was taken offline in early April due to long-term maintenance issues and general dissatisfaction.

The following year, on January 28th 2019, the Global version was re-released to a revamped UI and a wide variety of changes to gameplay mechanics and scenery.

9. One Piece: Burning Blood

One Piece Burning Blood 1 1

Platforms: PS4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, PC, One Piece Games

No one is ever surprised when a popular show gets its own video game and it turns out to be an arena fighter.

One Piece has a fair number of titles in this subgenre, and this is one of them. One Piece: Burning Blood looks great, and it has a 3v3 fighting system where you can switch to whoever you want in the middle of a fight.

You can do all the moves you’ve come to love from the manga and anime, which is a basic thrill.

But at the end of the day, this anime arena fighter is a “middle of the road” adventure that plays just like any other game of its kind.

Law and Shank going ham with this game every now and then is still a mild pleasure.

8. Jump Force

Jump Force

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, One Piece Games

When the real world and anime world collide with each other, many heroes from the “Shonen Jump” anthology team up and fight whoever is causing this unusual event.

When I saw the trailer on E3, I was hooked. I love Naruto, Goku and Luffy but not this game. The fighting is fun… at first, the missions are repetitive. It feels like something’s not right.

Like a piece of the game is missing and might show up in some dlc or something. I’m not impressed Shonen. I feel like Dragon ball Xenoverse 1 and 2 were way more fun and interesting.

7. One Piece: Unlimited Adventure

Platforms: Wii, One Piece Games

One Piece Unlimited Adventure 1

No one is ever surprised when a popular show gets its own video game and it turns out to be an arena fighter.

One Piece has a fair number of titles in this subgenre, and this is one of them. One Piece: Burning Blood looks great, and it has a 3v3 fighting system where you can switch to whoever you want in the middle of a fight.

You can do all the moves you’ve come to love from the manga and anime, which is a basic thrill.

But at the end of the day, this anime arena fighter is a “middle of the road” adventure that plays just like any other game of its kind.

Law and Shank going ham with this game every now and then is still a mild pleasure.

6. One Piece: Unlimited Cruise Episode 1/2

Platforms: Wii, Nintendo 3DS, One Piece Games

One Piece Unlimited Cruise Episode 1 1

One Piece: Unlimited Cruise is a video game for the Nintendo’s Wii console based on the popular manga and anime One Piece.

The game, which is a sequel to One Piece: Unlimited Adventure, was released in two episodes which act as parts of a single story.

The first episode One Piece Unlimited Cruise 1: The Treasure Beneath The Waves was released in Japan on September 11, 2008.

Later it was releashed in Europe on June 19, 2009 and in Australia on June 25, 2009 respectively. 

5. One Piece GBA

Platforms: Game Boy Advance, One Piece Games

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This game is just called “One Piece,” but fans often call it “One Piece GBA” because it came out in 2005 for that system.

One Piece for the Game Boy Advance is an action game released exclusively for the American handheld market.

The people who made this game, Dimps, have made some of the best-looking Game Boy Advance games on their own or with other people.

These games include Kirby and the Amazing Mirror, Dragon Ball Advanced Adventure, and the Sonic Advance games.

One Piece is not the only thing that makes Dimps’ track record so good. This game has great pixel art, and it’s also a fun action-platformer.

4. One Piece: World Seeker

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC, One Piece Games

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When I think of this great One Piece game, the phrase “somewhat wasted potential” comes to mind. One Piece: World Seeker is the best open-world adventure game.

Monkey D. Luffy gets to be a part of a whole new world and plot. This one is pretty fun because you can launch Luffy all over the place and fight some epic battles with famous faces.

“Prison Island,” the main setting of the game, is full of things to do, see, and punch or kick to death. Most fans had high hopes for One Piece: World Seeker, but it didn’t live up to them.

The world can feel a little empty, and battles don’t feel as good as they look. At best, this game is good enough.

3. One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3

Platforms: PS3, PS4, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo Switch , PC, One Piece Games

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This score is based on the Metacritic scores of both the Switch and PS Vita versions. All four games in this side series to Dynasty Warriors, which began in 2012, could be at the top of this list.

Most of these games rank high or at least are in this range. But to make the list more interesting and because they are all very similar, let’s just look at one.

The best things about this game are the character choices, the different ways to fight, and the attention to detail.

One Piece: Pirate Warriors also does a good job of honoring the original story. It can get boring and boring, but a co-op buddy can help break up the monotony.

2. One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, One Piece Games

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 is without a doubt one of the best Musou games that creator Omega Force has ever made.

In terms of the story, it takes the “Wano Country Arc” and gives it its own twist to surprise fans (in a good way, of course).

There are a lot of good and bad characters to choose from in this game: 52 of them, to be exact. We used Charlotte Cracker, Kin’emon, and X.

Drake’s skills to the fullest. The same “smash everything in sight” action is used, and it works better than ever.

And because it has a bunch of brand-new multiplayer modes, One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 does a great job of giving both single-player and online players the most for their money.

1. One Piece: Unlimited World Red (Deluxe Edition)

Platforms: PS4, PS3, Nintendo Switch, 3DS, Wii U, PC, One Piece Games

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One Piece: Unlimited World Red is a video game for the Nintendo 3DS console based on One Piece. This is the fourth game in the Unlimited series, and the second developed for 3DS after Unlimited Cruise SP.

An enhanced port of the game was released on July 8, 2014 for Nintendo Wii U, Playstation 3, and July 14 for the Playstation Vita.

A deluxe edition of the game was released on August 24, 2017 for PC, Playstation 4 and the Nintendo Switch.

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