One Piece: Unlimited World Red Game Headed to Europe and North America (Video)

one piece unlimited world red Did you wonder what a multiplatform game meant nowadays? Wonder no more! One Piece: Unlimited World Red is the latest in the franchise and it will be playable on PlayStation 3, Nintendo 3DS, Wii U and PlayStation Vita.

Yes, fans and gamers on both Nintendo and PlayStation consoles (both portable and not) will be able to enjoy it. What’s more – the game will be released and distributed not only in Japan and Japanese, various other versions will be launching soon after the Japanese release in Europe, North America and Australasia. It will happen by the end of this year.

The game is an adventure-type fighting game with a note of RPG. The various platforms allow for a different type of gameplay, too! If you play on the PS Vita or the 3DS portable consoles, there is a chance for up to 4 local players to unite in a multiplayer mode. The multiplayer mode on PS3 and Wii U will be available in a 2-player split screen mode.

With its unique combination (for the genre) of roleplay, multiplayer modes, different platforms, graphics and a story – One Piece: Unlimited World Red will be a hit not only among the otaku. Even more – the characters are originally created by Eiichir Oda (naturally) and he’s actively participated in the making of this game as far as news go.

For some detail, check out the European trailer as released by Namco Bandai Games…

For the North American video, you will need to go to YouTube. I receive some complaints that I embed too much videos and make the posts too heavy (sorry again, humans!)

Source: Namco Bandai Games’ YouTube Channel

Are you going to play this on PS or on a NIntendo? I personally can do both. Well, it’s nice to be a God lately.

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