Parents' Guide to

One Piece: World Seeker

By David Chapman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Live the Straw Hat Pirate life in this open-world adventure.

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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this game.

Community Reviews

age 15+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 18+

This game is not ok for kids.

this game is very inapropriate for kids.

This title has:

Great messages
Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
age 12+

Good game and it has no blood, which makes it good.

I don't allow my children to play games with blood, however they do play games with swords and weapons like this one. What I really like is that they play as someone that doesn't use any weapons, just his fruit which makes the character stretch. The game has no harm, and I played it before my kids did, and it is appropriate.

This title has:

Easy to play/use

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2):
Kids say (1):

If you ever wanted to be a pirate when you were a kid, or to have crazy superpowers (or to be a pirate WITH crazy superpowers), this is the perfect game for you. That's the general premise of the popular One Piece series, and the basic idea behind One Piece: World Seeker, an original open-world adventure set in that universe. While there have been plenty of One Piece games in the past, this is the first with open-world gameplay, which quickly makes it stand out from the rest. By giving you the freedom to explore the world to your heart's content, and with the wide range of Luffy's unique powers at your fingertips, it's hard not to feel like you're more than just a character in a story. By letting you play the game how you want, World Seeker quickly starts to feel like a more personal adventure.

It's not just the open world that makes World Seeker feel special -- it's the whole of the game's presentation. The animation is smooth and fluid, and the bright cel-shaded art style is faithful to the series to the point that it's almost as if you're actually playing an episode of the anime. The original story is a great draw for longtime fans but manages to present itself in a way that even someone who's never heard of One Piece before can easily follow. Admittedly, there's a bit of repetition, especially early on in the game, before players have explored the island or expanded Luffy's abilities beyond the basics. Eventually, though, you start zipping up and over, gliding and hovering all around the island, discovering vast treasures and hidden alcoves while walloping scores of enemy guards with your stretchy, oversized fists and feet. It's a grand pirate adventure that covers land, air, and (of course) sea, fulfilling those long forgotten childhood fantasies in a way that only the Straw Hat Pirates can.

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