GamesRadar’s One Piece Review: A Tight, Engaging Read

It's a wildly colorful and entertaining game; let GamesRadar explain.

It’s a wildly colorful and entertaining game; let GamesRadar explain.


Sure, it has a ridiculous title. But so what? It’s loaded with a unique charm and style that’s most likely to appeal to those who appreciate the Japanese flair.

One Piece: Unlimited World Red is a game that features pirates with special powers. The concept alone is enough to turn heads, right? Of course, it’s a bit more involved than that simple description, so if you require elaboration, you’ll have to find a great review.

In that case, check out GamesRadar’s excellent analysis. Critic Tony Wilson uses a combination of charismatic writing and in-depth gameplay analysis to deliver an ultimately complete review. Well-structured and with just the right balance of humor and information, it’s well worth a read.

The game has a great sense of style and action, and one critic captured both extremely well.

The game has a great sense of style and action, and one critic captured both extremely well.

Why We Like It:

— The review is nicely paced and fun to read. Too many critics fall in love with either A. their own voice, or B. a certain aspect of the game, which results in a lopsided review. Wilson’s analysis doesn’t fall prey to this.

— Doesn’t go overboard with boring gameplay or story information. This is more of a tight, professional balancing act.

— The critic puts a premium on the fun factor. We sometimes forget that games are supposed to be about fun; as opposed to nitpicking and being all anal.

Congrats, Tony!

Read Tony Wilson’s One Piece: Unlimited World Red Review Now

2 thoughts on “GamesRadar’s One Piece Review: A Tight, Engaging Read”

I’ve never even heard of this game (or TV series or whatever).

But the idea of superhero pirates IS enticing. 😉

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