(Japan) Nintendo to Release Two One Piece-Themed 3DS XLs

Thursday, August 8th, 2013

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One Piece-Themed 3DS XL—Luffy RedTo accompany the release of One Piece Unlimited World Red, Nintendo will be releasing two One Piece-themed 3DS XL (or LL in Japan) bundles seen above and below.

One Piece-Themed 3DS XL—Chopper PinkThe two are called Luffy Red and Chopper Pink, respectively. Each will come with One Piece Unlimited World Red pre-installed. They are available for pre-order today and will be released November 21 in Japan.

In One Piece Unlimited World Red, up to four players can explore the world of One Piece. Playable characters include the rubbery Luffy, the swordsman Roronoa Zoro, and the T-shirt-averse Nami, among others. Together, players can fight the many denizens of the world or play mini-games strewn across the world, like bug catching and treasure hunting.


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  • handsomejack47

    And once again, there is no chance in hell either of these will come to North America unless you import them.

    • James Fox

      If gamers like helped the #NintendoRegionFree movement grow even bigger than in the near future you CAN import and play Romance Dawn and One Piece Unlimited World: Red

  • Raymond

    Why dose Nintendo Hate us?!

    • handsomejack47

      They don’t, it’s just that anime-centered games are still a niche market here in the U.S., while in Japan those are very common and people there buy them by the truckload.

    • John Ellis

      Nintendo are only a company, they only do something if there is a profit in it. Which isn’t a bad thing.

  • Nami_cosplayer