Enjoy the original story of ONE PIECE from Fuschia Village to the mysterious kingdom of Dressrosa. Will your resolution be strong enough to defeat the most dangerous pirates, including Doflamingo and many more?
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Mostly Positive (102 reviews) - 77% of the 102 user reviews in the last 30 days are positive.
Very Positive (2,594 reviews) - 83% of the 2,594 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Aug 27, 2015

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Includes 3 items: One Piece Pirate Warriors 3, One Piece Pirate Warriors 3 DLC Pack 1, One Piece Pirate Warriors 3 DLC Pack 2


About This Game


Enjoy the original story of ONE PIECE from Fuschia village, where everything has started, to the kingdom of Dressrosa, a mysterious island dominated by the evil Donquixote.Doflamingo.

Will your resolution be strong enough to defeat the most dangerous pirates, including Doflamingo and many more?
Gather every member of the Straw Hat Crew, like in the original story, sail to the most emblematic places and enter the most epic battles: Marineford, Fish-Man Island, Punk Hazard and Dressrosa!

One Piece Pirate Warriors 3 brings you many exciting improved and new features, including:
  • Higher quality graphics and animation: the One Piece universe has never been depicted so faithfully
  • Number of Popular characters weaving the stories greatly increased: Sabo, Doflamingo, Fujitora and many more!
  • Improved gameplay and incredible new co-op actions (no Online Co-op)
  • More action than ever in the latest installment of the PIRATE WARRIORS series, created by KOEI TECMO GAMES and BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1
    • Processor: Core2Duo 2.4GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512 MB Nvidia GeForce 8800 / ATI Radeon HD 3870
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 13 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX® 9.0c or higher
    • Additional Notes: Game pad support
    • OS: Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1
    • Processor: Core i7 2600 3.4GHz minimum
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 1.3 GB Nvidia GeForce GTX570 / 2.0 GB AMD Radeon HD 6950
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 13 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX® 9.0c or higher
    • Additional Notes: Game pad support
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Mostly Positive (102 reviews)
Very Positive (2,594 reviews)
Recently Posted
1.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 22
It wont load. it keep saying preparing to launch then closes. says preparing to launch then closes and so on
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78.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 22
nice game
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48.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 22
hello ~ i would like to ask that why my data have been lost ~ i was install in my new laptop ~ but when i open it ~ it just call me create new save data ~ may i ask where my old data ?
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40.6 hrs on record
Posted: August 21
Great game 11/10 would buy especially those who wants OP game experience in pc. If you enjoy the Dynasty warriors series and Naruto ninja impact then youre gonna like this game
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Midas Imperius
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 19
Okay, so first off, this is a Koei Tecmo port. it's bound to have problems that more than likely never will be fixed. It's poorly optimized, has numerous reported bugs, many of them being gamebreaking, and wether you can run it or not is completely luck-based. For that reason, i wouldn't recommend it, but since Steam now has a refund feature, you can buy it, install it, and see if it runs. If it doesn't, just get your money back. If it does, then you have yourself a pretty damn good game.

For me, this game runs flawlessly, no framedrops, no saving issues, and the only crashes i've experienced are when i try to exit the game, but that doesn't matter since i'm done playing it at that point.

I got into Warriors gaames through hyrule warriors, and i'd say this game is better. Loads of fun, Loads of challenges to complete, doesn't feel as repetitive and cliched as HW. Which might be because this follow's One Piece's story. If you're familiar with One Piece, you won't find anything new in here, but it recaps some of the biggest moments really well, so it's quite a good refresher. If you aren't familiar with one piece, then.. what the hell are you doing here?! go read the damn manga! Then try to get this game afterwards :>
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24.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 15
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0.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 14
Afterglow Xbox One Controller isn't working with the game, i have read a few times now that there is a way to fix this but hey... a fullpriced game from a big studio and they are not able to support daily used pc gadgets? 0/10
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26.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 14
Coolest Anime game ever
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2.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 13
เพลินๆๆ + มันชิบหาย
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25.6 hrs on record
Posted: August 13

This Game makes alot of Fun
For every One Piece Fan a must have
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
1,327 of 1,603 people (83%) found this review helpful
55 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
51.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 29, 2015
If you only want the One Piece experience on PC, then go ahead and buy it. The game is a lot of fun, and most likely what you're looking for.

However, if you actually care about the PC as a gaming platform, and how it is treated by some publishers, then you might want to sit this one out.

Look at the screenshots in the gallery above. You see the texture quality, the lighting and visual effects such as ambient occlusion? Not there. The nice fire and ice effects on characters? Not there. You see the rain in two of the screenshots? Not even close to that weird effect that's actually in the game.

The reason for this? It's a straight PS3 port. A port of a version that was made for a console almost a decade old.

When you look at this comparison http://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/140253 (hover with the cursor on the picture to see the PC version), you may think that the game actually looks decent enough to enjoy it. And I totally agree with this! But I do wonder why the PC has to get the inferior PS3 port? I mean, it's almost 2016, and one might think that we've actually moved away from this practice. Especially since many PS4/XboxOne games don't even get PS3/360 versions anymore.

What's even worse, is that Bandai Namco had several months to actually communicate that PC is getting the PS3 version, but instead they chose to not say anything and advertise with PS4 footage.

Amongst others, I initially gave Bandai the benefit of the doubt, and believed that the graphic settings are bugged and locked at the lowest settings, since changing them does absolutely nothing(except for draw distance and enemy density), but it seems that they're supposed to not do anything, since the game is locked at PS3 graphics...

The game is also missing the online co-op that's included in the console versions. When asked on twitter for a reason, or if they would consider including it in an update, Bandai simply responded with: "It was stated on Steam that the online mode would not be included :)" Make of that what you will. The port also doesn't have cloud saves, so you better copy your savefile manually when uninstalling...

Now this is the problem with Steam's rating system. I have to decide between two options. If it were for the game itself, as it is across all platforms, I'd totally give a thumbs up, just like other people who are glad that the game is on PC. But the false advertising on the store page, the missing communication from Bandai, and general quality of the port (bugs like missing textures/effects, crashes), simply keep me from doing so. I have to make a choice between fan and consumer here, and the consumer wins. I missed my chance to refund it, but you might wanna think twice about supporting this port, and Koei Tecmo's practices.

Edit: Half a year later and there hasn't been a single patch. Effects are still broken for many characters. Here's an example of Marco's body disappearing when in Phoenix form. And this happens with ALL characters with transformation, be it Ace, Sabo, Aokiji, Smoker etc.
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129 of 143 people (90%) found this review helpful
16 people found this review funny
180.4 hrs on record
Posted: May 31
The Famous Shonen series "One Piece"finally on Steam!

- Warrior games meets One Piece,get ready to face up and smash hordes of pirates,while you progress in the game.
- Follows the story of the anime along the lines,having you to go up from the beginning up to the current ongoing arc.
- Great amount of playable characters.
- Long story (20+hours).
- Dream log feature ak randomized story world mode.
- Lots of cutscenes giving you a chance to understand the story even if you havent read the manga.

- No online co-op,only local co-op available.
- Port is based on PS3 version.

I had a good time playing One Piece Pirate Warriors 3 but im a Warriors fan and One piece fan,overall the game gets 7/10 its a bit pricey try to grab it on sale.
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340 of 431 people (79%) found this review helpful
19 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
78.4 hrs on record
Posted: September 5, 2015
As much as I would've loved to give this a thumbs up, which I would've a week ago, I just can't anymore.

The game itself is fine, it's a warriors game with a One Piece skin obviously, it is filled full of content, the mechanics are great, good selection of characters.


It has so many issues that I can't recommend it.
1: The graphics quality right now are almost on the level of the Vita version, not even PS3. Yet, Namco kept saying on their facebook and twitter feed that the game should be on par with the PS4.
2: Most of the Logia characters currently have issues such as missing major parts of their models.
3: Keyboard prompts when using a controller? Seriously? Koei, you had controller prompts for Toukiden, why not here?
4: Missing some of the most basic effect filter, like Taishigi's Taunt which should make the screen blurry, but instead reduces the brightness by like 5-10%?????
5: Crashes on laptop GPUs
6: Graphic options do nothing aside very minimal barely noticeable changes.

At this point, a week after release, Namco has been completely silent on all of these. The only answers they gave are on a one on one basis, saying "We're investigating".

Still no public announcement about why the quality of the game is bordeline VITA level instead of the promised PS4 quality ( I could live with PS3 level). Furthermore, their so called community team seems to do everything in the power to make it seem like the PC version doesn't even exists. They don't talk about it anymore, they ignore all questions regarding it.

It's Namco's job as publisher to answer to these things, not shove it under the rug. At this point I canceled both my Zestiria pre-order, and Samurai Warriors 4-II until I get an answer on this.

How is it that small devs like Idea Factory, Ghostlight, XSeed can patch their games multiple time in a week after release, talk to people on the steam forums, and at least ANSWER questions. While the bigger guys like Namco just do nothing at all.

They're asking AAA price for this game, but gives one of the ♥♥♥♥♥iest support available, it's like the world in reverse.

Sept 27th Update: Today marks a full month since release, still no patches, fixes, or even any kind of public announcements.
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393 of 529 people (74%) found this review helpful
446 people found this review funny
44.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 27, 2015
Nami's Boobs 60fps ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
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320 of 433 people (74%) found this review helpful
22 people found this review funny
1.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 27, 2015
UPDATE: Apparently, the graphics are locked at a lower level than they should be, and Namco-Bandai are looking into the issue. Hopefully this means that the port will only continue to improve, and eventually reach PS4-level material. In response to some comments over multiple resolutions, there are a wide range but they dont exceed 1080p. Expect to use Nvidia DSR or the AMD Equivilant to get your 4k fix, if thats even possible (haven't tested), myself.

Lets get this over with, this is a Koei Tecmo game. Meaning the port is awful, right? Well, for once, no.

First, this game is designed around a controller. Expect to use one, or suffer greatly. The control prompts are locked to PC keys, and the control types are a bit weird, but a controller is still highly reccomended, simply due to the ease-of-access that the right analog camera controls bring, among other things.

Secondly, this game's framerate is variable between 30 and 60, but for the most part stays at 60 for me. Considering my cpu and gpu are quite high end (stronger than the PS4) if not old (i5 3570k and GTX 670), the game runs very well, and appears to use low cpu and gpu usage, making it suitable for weaker rigs. The options menu, while sparse, is fine, and for the most part the port seems pretty good. Graphically, the game is not a stunner, but none of Koei's games are so dont expect anything above the PS4 port of the game.

Thirdly, this is a Dynasty Warriors game with a One Piece Skin., meaning youre going to bash and whack and cut and smack and burn and otherwise kill thousands of enemies over the course of a single stage. Tecmo Koei's main strength is their fanservice and from what I've played, it's top of the line. Of course, you should be a fan of One Piece in General if you plan to get this game, and if not, I can't advise getting it, but if youre trying to get into the series (which is very long), then this game is a great place to start. It covers up to almost the most recent arc, and does a great job so-far of condensing over 700 chapters and 600 episodes into one video game.

Fourth and finally, This game can be repetitive, but its great fun with its large cast of One Piece characters and amazing fanservice. Oda's legacy is well-represented in a better-than expected PC port.

Use a controller
Great Port
Looks serviceable
One Piece Fanservice is off the charts

Would reccomend.
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176 of 231 people (76%) found this review helpful
14 people found this review funny
57.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 28, 2015
**Review will be updated as I continue to play the game**
*I used a controller to play through this*

One Piece Pirate Warriors 3

The One Piece Pirate Warriors series has been around for a while now and has finally come to Steam. Join Luffy and everyone you know fight through the story all the way to Dressrosa. I will add a TL;DR at the end.


You are Monkey D. Luffy, the man who’s going to become the pirate king! You can choose to play the main story, a free log mode where you can select any character, or play dream logs. The combat is fun, fluent and will make any One Piece fan happy as hell. I have played around 32 hours so far and I still have a lot to do. The combos are swift and the team attacks are fun to use. You will unlock more characters as you play and a leveling system is present with characters. Different combos lead to different team attacks and so on. Honestly it's a blast to play through.


So the graphics are not realistic, but that’s the point. The art style stays true to One piece and perfectly recaptures the One Piece story arc. The voice acting is great and the cinematic scenes are awesome. The music fits perfectly with every moment and I may or may not have cried at some moments. Graphics and the sound mix perfectly to create an authentic One Piece game which stays true to its roots. There is a problem right now which limits the game's graphics, hopefully this will be fixed soon. There are actually multiple problems existing with logia users.

Does it stay true to One Piece?

As I have said before, this game perfectly captures the essence of One Piece. If you have watched the show or are a fan you will not be disappointed. This is the first time I played this game series (because I don't own a Playstation 3 or 4) and I cried at how well this retold everything in some moments. I relived this series and kicked butt while doing it. The combat shows all the popular moves from Luffy, Zoro, Sanji, Nami, etc. The character rooster is a perfect size (for me at least). If you are a fan of One Piece don't worry you will almost definitely enjoy this game.



+ Retells the One Piece storyline
+ Graphics are perfect for One Piece (they should just fix the graphics bug ASAP)
+ Good sized character rooster with favorites
+ Leveling system
+ Great campaign
+ Free logs and Dream logs for even more fun
+ Combat is fluent
+ Cinematic scenes are amazing along with the voice acting


- Horrible optimization for the keyboard controls
- Controller buttons are not shown making it a guessing game to figure out your attacks at first
- Certain small things in the storyline are non-canon
- Large graphics problem existing within the game right now (hopefully fixed soon)
- ♥♥♥♥ support from developers

Final Thoughts

I am a huge One Piece fan (I have watched every episode to date) and I am so happy to have played this game. The release to steam surprised me and I got everything I wanted and more. This game made me remember those amazing moments One Piece has had and why I love the show as much as I do. I loved the combat and I can’t wait to continue playing!


One Piece Pirate Warriors 3 is the first in the series to leave its home on the Playstation system. The combat is great and the game really does feel as if you're playing through One Piece. It stays true to everything you know and the addition of free log, dream log, a leveling system, and a decent character rooster. You should have a controller to play this or you will regret it severely as the optimization for the keyboard controls are horrible to say the least. The buttons for controller are not displayed at first and will make you guess for a short while before you get the hang of it.Currently there sadly is a graphics glitch which is very annoying to some players. Overall this game is the perfect thing for One Piece fans to get with its visuals, music, gameplay, characters, and voice acting. However I would only recommend it to fans.
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87 of 115 people (76%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
93.4 hrs on record
Posted: February 17
Bandai kinda dropped the ball with this one. Like in the case of most Musou game PC ports, the game itself is a blast and I have no problem with but the port itself is really unpolished and leaves alot to be desired.

- PS3 textures/render distance/graphic effects instead of PS4 ones
- No controller button prompts, hard to map buttons with certain controllers
- No online multiplayer (PS3 and PS4 versions have this)
- Some cutscenes in the second half of the game just flat out don't work (still not patched)
- Graphics options besides view distance glitched to always be stuck on lowest settings (As of July 2016 Bandai still hasn't patched this even though they acknowledged the issues on twitter a few days after release. Safe to say its never getting patched.)
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112 of 164 people (68%) found this review helpful
21 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: September 4, 2015
First they came out with clunky mouse'&'keyboard controls, and I did not speak out—
I bought myself a gamepad.

Then they came out with decade-year old graphics, and I did not speak out—
I was oldschool.

Then they came out with game-breaking bugs, and I did not speak out—
There was always a guy ready to fix games for free, while someone else was getting paid.

Then they came out with no Xinput-API support, you know, the thing that had been SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED for cross-platform gaming and made alot of PC-gamers PAY FOR xbox-compatible controllers— And so I spoke: "F@#K THIS!"
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58 of 76 people (76%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
24.7 hrs on record
Posted: June 10
While disappointing that it is based on the graphically inferior PS3 version, you have no idea how refreshing it is to play a Dynasty Warriors game (Spin-off or otherwise) and it stay at the framerate you want it to. Even still, I've seen worse PC ports using PS3 games as a base. It's optmized well, although it's controller support is certainly wonky.
Generally speaking, DW games are not for everyone. They're old school beat'em ups/hack'n slashs. This is no different for One Piece Pirate Warriors 3. And why change the formula at this rate? I certainly recommend it for DW fans and One Piece fans.
For any Steam users who also own a PS4. Choose your version wisely. The PS4 version has overall better graphic fidelity but the same framerate issues all DW games suffer on consoles. For me, I prefer stability, so I chose this version.
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