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One Piece Burning Blood is more of a failure than the PR and Marketing people that failed Family Friendly Gaming. This game was purchased and sat in the pile for over a year. All of the new E, and E10+ rated games kept bumping it down. Our awesome EIC decided that issues of the e-mag should get at least one T rated game to move these games from the pile. I chose One Piece Burning Blood.

This is a 3D fighter game in large arenas. There are plenty of different moves to use. Some of them will break a guard. Those are the moves I spammed over and over again. It is really easy to combo juggled someone in One Piece Burning Blood from beginning to the KO. The downside to that system is the computer can do the same to you. So be careful. I also noticed I could win a match in story mode if the time expired. So when I kept dying in a chapter I avoided until time expired. Cheap but it works.

The issues families can have with One Piece Burning Blood are blood, violence, lack of attire, enticement to lust, Japanese voices, bad language, and more. Why are almost all the female characters that well endowed? Whoever created this franchise has a really bad fetish that they are spreading through the anime. One Piece Burning Blood is a very offensive game with little defense to it.

The modes in One Piece Burning Blood are Pirate Base, Paramount War, Collection, Wanted Versus, Free Battle, and Online. We level up characters in different modes. So the normal fighting has one level up, and Paramount War has another. I wish they were the same because One Piece Burning Blood is either too easy or too hard. We can spend Beli on support characters to help us out.

I noticed some bugs in One Piece Burning Blood (on top of the combo juggling). Collision detection did not always work. Sometimes the wrong attack would animate. One Piece Burning Blood has fast battles that grow old quickly. The anime storyline is interesting. Not interesting enough to warrant more time with this violence, enticement to lust video game. I value One Piece Burning Blood at one penny brand new.


Graphics: 40%
Sound: 50%
Replay: 80%
Gameplay: 30%
Family Friendly Factor: 40%

System: Xbox One/PC/PS Vita/PS4(tested)
Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment
Developer: Spike Chunsoft
Rating: ‘T’ - THIRTEEN AND OLDER ONLY {Blood, Suggestive Themes, Use of Tobacco, Violence}

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