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Demo Released: One Piece Odyssey Hands-On Impression

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One Piece Odyssey, Bandai Namco’s highly anticipated JRPG game, is set to launch in the coming days. Based on the popular anime series, One Piece has gathered much attention from fans.

Keep reading to learn more about our hands-on impression of the One Piece Odyssey demo version.

One Piece Odyssey tasks players with joining the Straw Hat Pirates on a journey to uncover the secrets of a mysterious island, facing unknown dangers along the way. From my perspective, the game was full of surprises, with unique elements that I didn’t expect from a One Piece game.

Also Read: Will One Piece Odyssey be Found on Xbox Game Pass?

Gameplay

Demo Released: One Piece Odyssey Hands-On Impression

One Piece Odyssey features turn-based gameplay similar to games like Final Fantasy X. Players can use skills and attack enemies using characters like Zorro, Sanji, and Nami. The developers have put a lot of effort into making the gameplay smooth and enjoyable, with impressive attack animations for each character. Overall, the gameplay experience was delightful and worth the journey.

Also Read: One Piece Odyssey Demo Set to Launch on January 10

Performance

Demo Released: One Piece Odyssey Hands-On Impression

Overall, the performance of One Piece Odyssey has been smooth. However, there are some areas that could use improvements, such as camera control and sensitivity during exploration and combat. During exploration, the camera can sometimes distance itself from the character during long jumps or when breaking boulders. In combat, the targeting system can be confusing at times, making it difficult to determine the intended target.

Also Read: Is there an English Dub version of One Piece Odyssey with Voice Actors?

Despite some minor bugs, One Piece Odyssey is a solid game that is worth considering for those looking to add something new to their game library. I have high hopes that once the game is fully released, the developers will provide players with the opportunity to try out additional content, such as extra missions, through DLC

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