Namco Bandai has announced One Piece Romance Dawn for PSP. The game will be a traditional RPG where the player will control Luffy, as they adventure through various One Piece worlds. As the character gains in level, his attributes such as speed, attack strength, and more can be customized. The combat system will make use of an icon-based menu system with options for attack, flee, item use, and offers more than just turn-based mechanics. The game was announced in Weekly Jump along with the first screenshot, and it’s the first One Piece game to grace the Sony handheld. One Piece Romance Dawn will be released this winter in Japan, and more details are expected at a later date. Thanks, Andriasang.
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One Piece Romance Dawn
One Piece: Romance Dawn will be released on 3DS in North America in February, Namco Bandai has announced. The game will be made available in digital and physical formats through the eShop and at retail, respectively. The game covers the storyline through the “New World” arc. Expect it to be made available on February 11. […]
Namco Bandai has sent over a huge pile of screenshots and artworks fresh from Tokyo Game Show 2013. Feast your eyes on Ace Combat: Infinity, One Piece: Romance Dawn, Pac-man and the Ghostly Adventures, Pac-man Museum, Ridge Racer Driftopia, Tales of Symphonia Chronicles, Tales of Xillia 2 and Tekken Revolution. Plus: trailers for Tales of […]