One Piece Odyssey is an RPG project to commemorate One Piece brand's 25th Anniversary, which combines classic staples of the JRPG genre with the unique elements of One Piece. We've got you covered with the best One Piece Odyssey cheats and tips in the game check it out below.
Here are a few tips to help you level up quickly in this game, check out the video too
Setup a Camp and have a 'Party'
Utilize Luffy's Field Action, Haki
Defeat rare enemies
Trigger Dramatic Scenes
Recommended Side Stories for Leveling
Recommended Bounty Head Hunts for Leveling
Recommended Memory Links for Leveling
Different characters have different abilities in One Piece Odyssey and you'll need to keep swapping out your playing character in order to complete challenges and get through the whole game.
For instance, Luffy can perform actions with his stretchy arms, Zoro can force his way through obstacles with his swords, and Chopper can use his miniature body to get through narrow passages. Each member has their own strengths, but also their own weaknesses that you will have to keep in mind during your journey.
The battle system in One Piece Odyssey is similar to a classic turn-based command battle. The battle occurs on a battlefield divided into different areas, where players can reposition and decide which move to make.
Depending on how the battlefield is set at the beginning of the battle, players may be rewarded for strategizing throughout, as well as for utilizing the Crew's unique abilities and special attacks to their advantage. With turn-based combat, players can decide which move to make and defeat the enemies at their own pace.
In addition, unpredictable situations can occur during battles in the form of sub-objectives that must be achieved, such as defeating a specific enemy first or protecting a team member. As a reward for clearing these random subquests, players will receive more experience and loot.
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Power beats speed, speed beat technique and technique beats power, learn about the game mechanics and how you will excel in combat with tips like this from the video above.
Don't underestimate the value of Bond Arts, this is a great way to empower your whole team.
Bond Arts are powerful team-based combat skills with these you can defeat enemies more easily in the game.
To get Bond Arts you need to complete Memory Link Quests and you'll need certain Straw Hat Crew members to coordinate to resolve the frayed edges of 'Memoria' known as 'Hysteria', a fractured world deeper within 'Memoria'.
There are three different editions which can be purchased, standard, deluxe and collectors, here is a rundown on what you get for each one so you can spot the differences and decide which is the best version for you.
This includes the base ONE PIECE ODYSSEY game and a Pre-Order Bonus (10x Energy Apples, 10x Excite Apples, 3x Golden Jellies, 100,000 Berries, and the Traveling Outfit set)
This includes the base game, the Deluxe Pack (Two Jewelry accessories, the Sniper King traveling outfit), the Adventure Expansion Pack (One Ultra Useful Accessory Set, a future additional Story DLC, and 100,000 Berries), and a Pre-Order Bonus (10x Energy Apples, 10x Excite Apples, 3x Golden Jellies, 100,000 Berries, and the Traveling Outfit set). The Deluxe edition will be available in Digital form only.
Collectors Edition: This includes the contents of the Deluxe Edition, an exclusive Monkey.D. Luffy & Lim figurine (23x21x21 cm), and a Pre-Order Bonus (10x Energy Apples, 10x Excite Apples, 3x Golden Jellies, 100,000 Berries, and the Traveling Outfit set)
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There are 51 trophies for One Piece Odyssey on PlayStation 4.
|Chapter 1 Clear|
Cleared chapter 1.
Made 10 recipes.
|Trick Ball Beginner|
Made 10 Trick Balls.
Fused 30 accessories.
Fused 5 accessories.
Made an accessory with 4 effects.
|I smell an adventure!|
Cleared 10 side stories.
Turned in 10 bounties.
|Fixed a Fray|
Cleared 5 Memory Links.
Had 30 parties.
Collected 99 Yaya Cubes.
|Cube Collector: Luffy|
Collected 50 of Luffy's cube fragments.
|Cube Collector: Zoro|
Collected 50 of Zoro's cube fragments.
|Cube Collector: Nami|
Collected 30 of Nami's cube fragments.
|Cube Collector: Usopp|
Collected 40 of Usopp's cube fragments.
|Cube Collector: Sanji|
Collected 40 of Sanji's cube fragments.
|Cube Collector: Chopper|
Collected 30 of Chopper's cube fragments.
|Cube Collector: Robin|
Collected 30 of Robin's cube fragments.
|Cube Collector: Franky|
Collected 20 of Franky's cube fragments.
|Cube Collector: Brook|
Collected 6 of Brook's cube fragments.
Obtained a total of 20,000,000 berries.
Activated 20 Bond Arts.
Did more than 10,000 damage to an enemy with a single attack.
Traveled with Gum-Gum Rocket 100 times.
|Iron Door Slicer|
Cut 20 doors with Zoro's Door Slice.
Used Usopp's Shot 100 times.
Robin collected 20 items with Archaeologist's Appraisals.
Sanji collected 25 items with Cook's Nose.
Nami collected 25 Items with Treasure Sensor.
Built a bridge 10 times with Franky Skywalk.
Won 50 battles.
|Escape is Victory|
Ran from three battles.
|Pit Stop Pro|
Cleared all side stories.
Turned in all bounties.
|Certified Fray Fixer|
Cleared all Memory Links.
Made all recipes.
|Trick Ball Whiz|
Made all Trick Balls.
Opened all the locked treasure chests.
Won 300 battles.
Got everyone past level 70.
The Mark of a True Adventurer
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