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    So is it possible to import an english collector's edition? Or is it only in italian?

  2. #2902

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    lol so the UK isn't getting that now? Guess I'll cancel my Pre-Order. Was only getting it again for the Sunny since the game was gonna work out about 10 more than the figure. Which is about as much as I'd pay for it.
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    allow i kind of wanted that sunny figure. Well whatever i guess it will make the game cheaper

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    The physical UK release is up for preorder for roughly $40 with shipping. The US PSN release won't be cheaper than that (probably $10 more) so might as well. Zavvi doesn't charge till the game ships.

    http://www.zavvi.com/games/platforms.../10605068.html

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    Yeah....the subbing looks way off. Would be much better dubbed, however, that's too expensive and time consuming to do.

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    I'm not sure if this was mention here but I'll post a link for it. Apparently the game is coming out sooner than what the discussion title says (For the US).
    http://www.joystiq.com/2012/07/18/on...parately-sept/




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  7. #2907

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    If that FUCKING AWESOME game doesn't reach Portugal, I'm gonna murder the responsibles >(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zephray View Post
    So is it possible to import an english collector's edition? Or is it only in italian?
    Anyone? Is Italy's Collector Edition only in italian?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Animaker View Post
    If that FUCKING AWESOME game doesn't reach Portugal, I'm gonna murder the responsibles >(
    What game are you talking about? Not OP Musou. It's only playable at best. Nowhere near Awesome, and certainly not Fucking Awesome.

    Assuming they ditch the adventure levels in the sequels, and grow the roster in proportion to other Musou franchises, it should be pretty good by part 3 though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbyBevard View Post
    What game are you talking about? Not OP Musou. It's only playable at best. Nowhere near Awesome, and certainly not Fucking Awesome.

    Assuming they ditch the adventure levels in the sequels, and grow the roster in proportion to other Musou franchises, it should be pretty good by part 3 though.
    Talkin' About the 3D game, One Piece: Pirate Warriors x.x

  11. #2911

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    Reading Robby's comments- someone who knows what he's talking about- I'm starting to rethink my planned purchase of the European version. I did the same back then with Dragonball Z Ultimate Tenkaichi and spent 60€ for a game that was utter crap and doing it again now by spending 80€ for the special box becomes less and less compelling.

  12. #2912

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    Its not a bad game. It's justn not great. It just feels half assed and not enough content for what you pay for. (game can take forever to finish but it's just bleh)
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  13. #2913

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    Yeah. In the end it's just grinding to get all coins.
    It's fun to play but I am honest here with the people: I've never touched the game after I've platinum'd it.

    The replay value is kind of low. For example I don't see any sense to level up all other playable characters.
    For One Piece and Musou fans it's probably a nice game, since all/most previous OP games were average at best.

    Don't regret that I imported it though. I guess what I am trying to say is that you shouldn't get too hyped.
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  14. #2914

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    it depends on your preference. do you enjoy musou games or not? if yes then this is a good game for you, if not or you never play musou games before, you might want to wait till it gets cheaper.

    i played dynasty warriors and enjoyed it so im gonna buy this game. the first generation of a musou game always lack of playable chars anyway so this game is still acceptable as a musou game. the first samurai warriors only got like ten playable char as well.


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    I have clocked THOUSANDS of hours on Musou games over the years. My Gundam 3 file alone has nearly 100 hours in it, and I'm not even a big Gundam fan. My Sengoku Basara 3 Utage file has 80 hours on it, and thats after clocking nearly 100 hours on the first version of the game. Same with Gundam 2, and EVERY game in the Dynasty Warriors and Samurai Warriors series since 3, including all the side games like Empires and Xtreme. Long after having done all the missions and trophies, I'll keep playing a Musou game just to enjoy the characters I like or to work up weapons and stats or to take on favorite levels again. (And playing with one of my friends.)

    Dynasty Warriors 7, which I hated, I still clocked nearly 50 hours into and TRIED to do everything before giving up on it.

    The One Piece game? barely cracked 20 hours. Haven't even bothered getting all the trophies for the platinum, and its an EASY platinum. I unlocked all the characters, played through all their stories, leveled them up to get all their moves. And... I was incredibly bored.

    With only 14 playable characters (and several of them feeling extremely unfinished), and only a handful of stages that repeat endlessly ... and unbearable adventure stages that you never replay at all because only Luffy can do them and because they're like playing were-hog in Sonic Unleashed (The drum stage you have to go at minimum speed and without attacking most of the level because you're carrying Nami.... and its a LONG level. And the rides in the water 7 stage take like half an hour to do as you loop around the same areas a dozen times to hit different triggers) .... its just... eh. Very mediocre game.

    Even repeating stages shouldn't be a huge thing, since there's always THAT level in a Musou game you'll play hundreds of times because it has better powerups or money or weapon drops than any other stage, so there's always one stage that gets played a lot more than the others... but in OP you'll end up spending 70% of your time in Sabondy cursing gates that won't open in time to save an ally, not because its the best level to get stuff in... but because it and Enies Lobby are practically the only levels. The only ones with ANY difficulty on them, (By merit of being the 6th or 7th level in a chain) and ANY reasonable item drops (And those are completely random!). And even if they weren't, there's only a couple other stages anyway.

    (Also, it doesn't help that the stages are designed for Luffy's adventure mode so there's shortcuts and design elements in them... that can't be used by anyone else.)

    I'm a huge OP fan. And a huge Musou fan. The second the game was announced I assumed I'd be clocking at least 80-100 hours into it, easy, no matter the problems it might have or how small the character roster, so it justified the import price. But... no. Its just... meh. (And Basara Utage is a japense untranslated import as well, so its not just the japanese menus that are the problem.)

    Even Gundam 3 which also only had a handful of levels, and characters and stories I know nothing about... had a crazy amount of story levels and variations on those same handful of levels, and it had some 80 mechs (yes, many of them sucked. But many didn't.) and great customization and things to do that kept it fresh and coming back for more. OP Musou? Not so much. A couple of the characters and their abilities are near useless, while a couple are incredibly broken.

    They did really good in capturing the look of OP. The character all have their signature attacks and it LOOKS great. And its musou gameplay, so fighting the way they do is okay. But when its so unbalanced, when the roster is so small, and within that roster half the characters are bleh to play? (Chopper and Nami are pretty worthless, Franky's Cola system is a huge handicap, Brook feels interesting but isn't effective, and Jinbe is flashy but exceedingly slow. Usopp is actually really good, but sogeking mode is so brief and costly and buried that its near worthless... ditto for Luffy's Gear 2 and 3. Ace is super flashy and Whitebeard is so incredibly broken you feel guilty using him. )

    These problems will naturally fix themselves in sequels. Characters will get more moves and balance tweaks (timeskip moves especially will help this) , levels will be added, (hopefully no more adventure levels), and the roster will expand significantly, probably by another 12-18 characters... And the sheer variety having 30 characters to choose from is significant, makes it easier to find faves that suit your style than a roster of 14, and feeling less guilty for skipping some you don't take to as much.

    But for now? OP Musou is extremely mediocre. Seriously, hold out and wait for the inevitable sequel. It WILL be coming. The game sold gangbusters in Japan, and its Koei. There will be a sequel. Wait for it.

    Or at least for the price on this to drop significantly.
    Last edited by Robby; July 21st, 2012 at 10:30 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbyBevard View Post
    I unlocked all the characters, played through all their stories, leveled them up to get all their moves.
    To be fair. That's misleading people into actually thinking each of the characters have stories. Instead of just being the same levels arranged so Robin plays on Saboady and Enies Lobby and Hancock plays on Marineford. There's not really any specific storyline for each one XD I think this was the problem I had with the game. Chars were there but once you'd played through Luffy's you'd already done it all. And the other arcs felt so lazy. Enies Lobby should have been different if you were playing as Zoro or Robin or Chopper or Usopp. Instead it was the same thing. no Sogekig till you finished the level. Robin, instead of needing rescuing was fighting alongside. No Monster Chopper etc.
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  17. #2917

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    Yeah... Brook's story is an amazing one level long. Big whoop.

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    Now that's what you call a thorough answer. Thanks a bunch, Robby. Definitely listening to your advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbyBevard View Post
    Yeah... Brook's story is an amazing one level long. Big whoop.
    Yeah the lack of Thriller Bark didn't help him.
    Though I thought it was funny, when in a sequence Brook was directly speaking it out that the others of the crew skipped telling about how they met him.
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    Can someone please confirm if this Europe Collectors edition has English text in the game why it would be Italian only One Piece is much more popular in France and Germany anyway it doesn't even make sense for it to be Italian only.
    i have searched the whole internet off for an answer and have e-maild bandai about it but they don't even respond on it ...

    The only Amazon website that still has the li is Amazon France by the way i woudn't care if the pakage was france or italian as long as the text from the game can be set on english but this is like the most unclear thing ever.

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