I’m not a One Piece fan, let’s make that very clear. I’m totally going off of my thoughts purely on a gameplay perspective for this review. I also played this when it original released on other platformers and as far as a game goes, it’s competent enough even with its issue. For those with a switch, fans of anime, and players that never got to experience the title, it might be one to nab attention but it’s fair to say that with so many other games releasing this year, this might only truly garner One Piece Switch exclusive players only.
At long last, Tekken 7 has made it way to consoles and PC. While the game has existed as arcade machines previously, and has evolved into Tekken 7: Fated Retribution, this is the first home release of the game. And it is simply titled Tekken 7. It includes all of the arcade updates and much more that offers great fan service for long-time followers and a great way to get anyone caught up, if they haven’t stuck with Tekken over the years. Tekken 7 is a fantastic fighting game with not only great visuals, but smartly improved fighting systems that make it feel like an arcade experience at home with some great storytelling on top of it.