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The ultimate One Piece video game arrives on Nintendo Switch – Softonic EN

Nintendo has always suffered from being considered the home of its own games. This wouldn’t be bad if it weren’t for the fact that many companies believe that their games won’t perform as well on their consoles. That’s why many great third-party titles never make it to Nintendo consoles. Or they arrive late. Although, to make up for it, when they do arrive, they usually come in their definitive versions to compensate for the delay. Something that has happened now with the adaptation of a popular manga and anime.

One Piece Odyssey: Deluxe Edition will be released on July 26th on Nintendo Switch. The game was originally released on other consoles and computers in January 2023, receiving very good reviews and a great acceptance from the public. Highlighting its solidity as an RPG and the almost perfect recreation of the anime’s aesthetics.

Much of its charm lies precisely in that. The possibility of embodying the members of the Straw Hat Crew. In this case, exploring the island of Waford, where we will have to fight against all kinds of monsters in intense turn-based battles, because the Thousand Sunny is almost sinking. In this way, One Piece Odyssey tells us a completely original story, with monsters designed by Eiichiro Oda, with memories of the past adventures of the world’s favorite manga pirates.

One Piece Odyssey Deluxe will include all the DLC from the original game, including Memories Reunion. A new mode that introduces two new systems and takes place after finishing the main story. An addition that makes this version the definitive one for those who want to enjoy the entirety of the game’s content.

One Piece Odyssey is now available on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC. And if you are a fan of One Piece, we highly recommend playing it.

Álvaro Arbonés

Cultural journalist and writer with a special interest in audiovisuals and everything that can be played. I’m not here to talk about my books, but you can always ask me about them if you’re curious.

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