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Set Sail Pirate Crew! is a Japanese action RPG for the Sony Playstation console, featuring characters from the popular anime and manga series, One Piece. While drawing heavily from elements of the East Blue Saga, it is technically the first One Piece game to feature an original storyline.

The game was developed by Aim-At Entertainment, and released on August 2, 2001 by Bandai.

Story

While the Straw Hat Pirates are peacefully sailing, the Going Merry is suddenly attacked by an unknown ship belonging to an unseen enemy. What happens during the attack is unknown but it scatters the crew leaving Usopp alone on the Going Merry. Around the same time, a young pirate named Yuta is inspired by Luffy and decides to set sail with Ryuji and Reika as the Gejitsu Pirates in search of a Mysterious Treasure. The Gejitsu Pirates eventually encounter Usopp who convinces them to sail with him as he happens to own a piece of the Mysterious Treasure. Together they set out on an adventure to find the lost Straw Hat Pirates and race against the enigmatic Skullface, the man responsible for the attack, who is also searching for the Treasure.

Gameplay

The main gameplay revolves around sailing the Going Merry, visiting recognizable locations like Cocoyashi Village and the Baratie. Sailing involves using cannonballs to destroy obstacles and enemy ships, Belly and cards of various characters, and managing the crew's food supply. While sailing, players will encounter enemy crews sometimes supported by notable characters such as Alvida, Eric, Yosaku, etc.

Unlike other One Piece games, the Straw Hat Pirates are not controlled directly outside of story events where the player makes decisions such as Zoro dueling an impostor and Sanji fighting Arlong. Since the Straw Hats mainly act as support, during battles, the player controls the Gejitsu Pirates.

Crew fights are turn-based with the player attacking using a card system similar to a roulette wheel with the player picking cards to deal damage. Picking cards at the right time allows more cards to be chosen and thus do more damage and/or allow the current supporting character to unleash a special attack. Battles end when all three members of either crew are eliminated from the fight with the player gaining Belly if victorious.

During certain story events,  the player will engage enemy ships in naval combat which takes place in first-person. The player takes turns shooting down the cannonballs launched by the enemy and counterattacking by shooting specific points on the opposing ship. When the enemy ship is defeated, the story will advance and may be proceeded by a fight against the enemy crew supported by their leader.

Characters

Playable

Guide

Cast

As the second-ever One Piece game to feature a voice cast, Set Sail Pirate Crew! follows its predecessor in maintaining all of the TV anime's castings (though its selections are somewhat more eclectic, leaving several major characters such as Shanks unvoiced). It is also notable as the first—and to date only—game to cast film-original characters, i.e. Tobio and Ganzo.

Role Voice Actor
Monkey D. Luffy
Niseluffy
Mayumi Tanaka
Nami Akemi Okamura
Roronoa Zoro
Nisezoro
Kazuya Nakai
Usopp
Niseusopp
Kappei Yamaguchi
Sanji Hiroaki Hirata
Buggy
Mayor
Shigeru Chiba
Makino
Lord of the Coast
Makiko Ohmoto
Nojiko Wakana Yamazaki
Kaya Mariko Kouda
Smoker Ginzō Matsuo
Tashigi Junko Noda
Alvida Yōko Matsuoka
Jango Kazuki Yao
Arlong Jūrōta Kosugi
Don Krieg Fumihiko Tachiki
Johnny Masaya Takatsuka
Yosaku Yasuhiko Tokuyama
Tobio Yuka Imai
Patty Tetsu Inada
Carne Shinobu Satouchi
Nezumi Tamotsu Nishiwaki
Dracule Mihawk
Ganzo
Takeshi Aono
Rokai/Skullface Hirohiko Kakegawa

Trivia

References

  1. While this map was only officially published many years later—in One Piece Green and One Piece Magazine Vol.9—it is known to have informed earlier tie-in works, such as the 2001 Loguetown novel.

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