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Tie-in video games for One Piece have been published by Bandai Namco Entertainment (and various predecessors) since 2000. Owing to the series' length and popularity, these games have spanned virtually every genre, as well as every console—home and handheld—from the fifth generation on.

(As one of Shonen Jump's most famous properties, One Piece is also present in most if not all Jump crossover games. On rarer occasions, it may also make cameo appearances in non-Jump franchises such as Monster Hunter.)

In addition to their various development firms, most if not all One Piece games are essentially co-productions with Toei Animation, which supplies the voice-cast of the TV anime (and, in some early installments, music and even original animation).

Games released in Japan

WonderSwan

WonderSwan Color

Game Boy Color

Game Boy Advance

Nintendo DS

Sony PlayStation

Nintendo GameCube

Sony PlayStation 2

Nintendo GameCube and Sony PlayStation 2

Nintendo Wii

Nintendo 3DS

Sony PlayStation 3

Sony PlayStation Portable

Sony PlayStation Vita

Sony PlayStation 4

Nintendo Switch

PC

Xbox One

Games released in North America

Game Boy Advance

GameCube and PlayStation 2

Nintendo Wii

Nintendo 3DS

Sony PlayStation 3

Sony PlayStation Vita

Wii U

Sony Playstation 4

Xbox One

PC

Nintendo Switch

Games released in Europe

Sony PlayStation 2

  • Shonen Jump's One Piece: Grand Battle! In the UK this was a Virgin Megastores exclusive game and was on sale for a limited time only. Released September 30, 2005.
  • One Piece: Grand Adventure was released in Europe 20 October 2006. In the UK, although a release date was issued for the game, the game was not actually available for purchase in-store outside of imports or second-hand.

Nintendo Wii

  • One Piece: Unlimited Cruise Episode 1 was released in Europe on June 19, 2009 which was only available for purchase online. Episode 2 was also released in the same year on September 25, 2009 again only for online purchase.
  • One Piece: Unlimited Cruise Double Pack was released in Germany on June 25, 2010.

Nintendo DS

Nintendo 3DS

Sony PlayStation 3

Sony PlayStation Vita

Sony PlayStation 4

PC

Nintendo Switch

Microsoft Xbox One

Games Featuring One Piece Cameos

Vattroller X

Zoro in Vattroller X.

Roronoa Zoro appears as a guest character in Vattroller X, a Game Boy Advance game. He is unlocked by entering a code, "uogneK", into the computer on the third floor of Globe City's item shop, and he can be purchased for 2,000VP (the game's currency). Players can use Zoro in the games VRX Mode, a free play mode separate from the main game.[1][2]

Monster Hunter 4

The Japanese version of Monster Hunter 4 featured DLC quests where players could be rewarded with Felyne costumes and weapons from the Straw Hat Pirates.

The first downloadable quest was released on November 4, 2013 and featured a Tony Tony Chopper costume and weapon for the player's Felyne.[3]

The second downloadable quest was released on December 23, 2013 and featured Nami's Clima-tact as an Insect Staff-class weapon and Usopp's Kabuto as a Bow-class weapon. Players had to fight a Giant Lagombi to earning the crafting kits.[4]

The third pack was released on March 24, 2014 and featured Luffy's "Gigant Pistol" hands as a Dual Sword-class weapon and Zoro's swords, dubbed "Pirate Hunter's Soul", as a Great Sword-class weapon. Players had to fight a Golden Rajang and a Savage Deviljho to earn the crafting kits.[5]

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Chopper's Felyne costume and weapon.
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Nami and Usopp's costumes and weapons.
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Luffy and Zoro's costumes and weapons.

Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle

One Piece Treasure Cruise and Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle held a Crossover Campaign event where Frieza and Frieza Force members (designed after Sūi) appeared in Treasure Cruise and Donquixote Doflamingo and Atamawari Ningyo appeared in Dokkan Battle. The event began in Japan on September 14, 2015 and in the global versions on October 27, 2016, and it lasted two weeks.[6]

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Donquixote Doflamingo in Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle.
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Atamawari Ningyo in Dokkan Battle.
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Frieza in One Piece Treasure Cruise.
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Frieza Force member in Treasure Cruise.

Dragon Ball Heroes

Arcade game Dragon Ball Heroes held a crossover event with One Piece Film: Gold where Luffy and Gild Tesoro were added in a special mission. In the mission, players could play Luffy and other Dragon Ball characters to fight against Tesoro. The event was held in July 2016 to promote the film's release.[7]

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Monkey D. Luffy in Dragon Ball Heroes.
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Gild Tesoro in Dragon Ball Heroes.

Taiko no Tatsujin

One Piece and rhythm game franchise Taiko no Tatsujin have collaborated multiple times, with One Piece songs featured in multiple titles in the series.

One Piece Film: Gold

One Piece Film: Gold collaboration with Taiko no Tatsujin Red Version.

The two franchises crossed over in Taiko no Tatsujin Red Version from July 23 to September 4, 2016 to celebrate the release of One Piece Film: Gold. If players played Ikari o Kure yo with their Banapassport, they could get a One Piece Film: Gold avatar.[8]

Taiko players on Android and iOS could also play Ikari o Kure yo for a chance to win a promotional wallpaper. The mobile app versions also featured:

Taiko players on Apple could purchase two additional song packs that contained for songs each:

  • Anime Pack GOLD (アニメぱっくGOLD Anime pakku gōrudo?) - Ikari o Kure yo, Kokoro no Chizu, Jungle P, and Brand New World
  • Anime Pack SILVER (アニメぱっくSILVER Anime pakku SILVER?) - We Are!, We Go!, Hands Up!, and Wake up![9]

Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum'n'Fun!

Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum'n'Fun! on Nintendo Switch features We Are! as a track in the base game. A DLC pack, the ONE PIECE Anime Songs Pack, was released on November 14, 2019, and cost $3.99 USD. It includes:[10]

We Are ONE

One Piece 100th Volume Celebration Taiko no Tatsujin Collaboration.

As part of the One Piece 100 We Are ONE campaign, Bandai held the One Piece 100th Volume Celebration Taiko no Tatsujin Collaboration 1 (ワンピース100巻記念 太鼓の達人コラボ 第一弾 Wanpīsu 100-kan kinen taiko no tatsujin korabo daiichidan?). From September 3 to October 19, 2021, Taiko no Tatsujin arcade machines added We Are! to their song selection. Additionally, players could play as Luffy by scanning the barcode of their Volume 100. Players with a Banapassport could earn Luffy as a character.[11]

One Piece 100th Volume Celebration Taiko no Tatsujin Collaboration 2 (ワンピース100巻記念太鼓の達人コラボ第二弾 Wanpīsu 100-kan kinen taiko no tatsujin korabo dainidan?) was held from October 20 to November 30, 2021. In this second collaboration, players could participate in a new mode, One Piece Battle Performance (ワンピースバトル演奏 Wanpīsubatoru ensō?). In this mode, players drum along to sections of songs against a CPU while Luffy and Kaidou fight. By defeating Kaido while playing with a Banapassport, players could earn One Piece characters based on the number of times they won. Playing five times earned all five characters:

By winning 30 times against Kaidou, players could earn a special title.[12]

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One Piece Battle Performance.
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Luffytaro.
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Kid.
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Law.
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Yamato.
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Kaidou.
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Special One Piece title.

Pokémon Go

A collaborative event in Pokémon Go was held in Japan from July 22 to July 29, 2019. It featured a special "Straw Hat Pikachu" for players worldwide to catch and Luffy's straw hat as a purchasable item for Trainers in the game's item shop. Additionally, players who lived in Japan could visit Kumamoto and spin a PokeStop with special artwork from Eiichiro Oda at the bronze Luffy statue.[13]

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Straw Hat Pikachu and the straw hat Trainer item.
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PokeStop artwork illustrated by Oda.

References

  1. Vattroller X's official website reveals Zoro as a guest character.
  2. Zoro's unlock conditions are detailed.
  3. Monster Hunter 4's Chopper DLC is detailed.
  4. Monster Hunter 4's Nami and Usopp DLC is detailed.
  5. Monster Hunter 4's Luffy and Zoro DLC is detailed.
  6. Treasure Cruise and Dokkan Battle crossover event is detailed.
  7. Dragon Ball Heroes and One Piece Film: Z crossover event is detailed.
  8. Apartment 507, Taiko no Tatsujin Red Version To Have Major Collaborations Including with One Piece Film Gold.
  9. Taiko Time, Taiko Plus/STH: One Piece Film Gold Collaboration, the Full Details.
  10. Nintendo of Australia, Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum'n'Fun! - ONE PIECE Anime Songs Pack.
  11. Gamer, "One Piece 100th Anniversary Taiko no Tatsujin Collaboration 1st" has started at AC "Taiko no Tatsujin"! The song "We are!" Can now be played.
  12. PR Times, A collaboration to commemorate the 100th volume of "ONE PIECE" will be held at "Taiko no Tatsujin" for arcades! Introducing a new mode that allows you to confront "Kaido of the Beasts"!
  13. One Piece's Pokémon Go collaboration is announced.

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