Join Greg Giddens and Steve Peacock and for a new episode of the This is Xbox Podcast – episode 28 E3 Approaches.
In this episode the pair discuss Overwatch, recent reviews that have hit the TiX site, what they’d expect to see at E3, and they interview lead designer at Tuque Games, Kevin Neibert, about upcoming twin-stick coop shooter Livelock. (time stamp: 52.40) And of course the usual silly banter you’d expect.
One Piece Burning Blood, based on the popular Anime & Manga, brings fast-paced, 3 vs 3 melee combat to Xbox One this Friday, June 3.
Engage in massive brawls by strategically choosing your team of characters and swapping them out during the heat of battle. Use Logia Moves for unique abilities and the powerful Haki blow to break through enemy defences, while Devil Fruits are the source of massive Special Attacks.
Featuring a multitude of different game modes, One Piece Burning Blood is also the first ‘One Piece’ game ever to be released on an Xbox console.
Famed Japanese developers Spike Chunsoft Co Ltd are teaming up with Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe to announce the next battle in the One Piece series.
One Piece: Burning Blood will promise to bring the wacky, rich One Piece universe for the first time to Xbox One. It will offer fast-paced gameplay with a never-seen-before elements such as Logia Devil Fruits and “Haki” throwing massive special moves.
If you’ve not seen the One Piece universe before, it’s an Anime tie-in with a Japanese manga series. This series follows the adventures of Monkey D, Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates. Luffy explores the ocean in search of the world’s ultimate treasure, the “One Piece”, in order to become the next Pirate King.
Herve Hoerdt, VP Marketing & Digital at Bandai Namco;
Meeting our fans on public and private events is a good way to get feedback on our games and see what the expectations are. One Piece: Burning Blood is the perfect example of us creating a game impeccably in–line with fans’ desires. The long awaited pure fighting-game based on the One Piece universe is here! To add to that, we are quite happy to release the game on multiple platforms, especially on a Microsoft console, since it’s the first time ever for a One Piece game.
One Piece: Burning Blood is slated for a 2016 release and is looking bonkers.