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Publisher: NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc.
Developer: GANBARION
Release Date: Fall 2006
Platform: Sony PlayStation® 2/ Nintendo GameCube
Genre: Fighting Action
Multiplayer: 1 to 2 players
ESRB Rating: RP (T Expected)

Game Description:
Pirates! Set sail! Weigh anchors! Depart for the Grand Line, where battles and adventure
await! One Piece, the popular comic and anime series featured in Shonen Jump, 4KidsTV
and Cartoon Network, comes back to the console world with One Piece: Grand Adventure
for the PlayStation 2 and GameCube. The series features Monkey D. Luffy as an aspiring
pirate searching for One Piece, the legendary treasure of King of the Pirates, Gold Roger.
One Piece: Grand Adventure brings back the fun and excitement of the free-moving Vs.
Battle action from past One Piece games with exciting new twists. The game also has been
completely revamped with the inclusion of an engrossing Adventure Mode, sending players
on mini-game filled quests for extended replayability. With the latest main and support
characters, new moves, and stages, this is the ultimate One Piece game!


Features:
• Establish your own Pirate Group in Adventure Mode: Experience a pirate’s
adventure as you choose among a vast assortment of characters to create your
very own band of roving pirates. Take rivals like Luffy and Crocodile or even
Chaser and Buggy the Clown and put them all into your very own pirate dream
team. Navigate through over 20 ocean area maps, as you do battle with powerful
enemies old and new while searching for treasures in this Grand Adventure!

• Experience a variety of gameplay in Adventure Mode: In addition to the one on
one Grand Battles, mob battles, sports, shooting and races keep the game fresh
for hours.

• Updated cast of characters: Play along with the cartoon series as new
characters from the tv show join the crew in the digital world. Up to 24 main
characters including new characters such as Trace, Princess Vivi, Tashigi, and
more join the adventure.

• Search for additional support characters: One Piece: Grand adventure brings a
roster of 50+ supporting characters and a new support character system to add to
the chaos of the battle!

• Evolution of the grand battle: The Accel-Heat System adds another layer to the
exciting battle by giving the player the opportunity to pull off special attacks straight
from the cartoon series.

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