One Piece: Pirate Warriors Characters List

Posted on February 27, 2012

One Piece: Pirate Warriors is just days away from it’s Japanese launch date of March 1st, but some lucky fans have already got their hands on the game! Anime Games Online’s Sheron974 shows off a page from the software manual for the game. It features a One Piece: Pirate Warriors characters list and their voice actors. The way it is organized confirms who is playable and who is in the game, but not playable. Sheron974 mentions that some characters aren’t listed in the manual since they don’t have a voice actor, like Lapahn (we’ve included him below) so it’s possible the list of non-playable characters may be longer. Additionally, since One Piece Pirate Warriors has downloadable content, we can’t rule out the possibility for additional playable characters. For now, check out the list of playable and non-playable characters in the game.

One Piece: Pirate Warriors Playable Characters

  • Luffy
  • Zoro
  • Nami
  • Usopp
  • Sanji
  • Chopper
  • Robin
  • Franky
  • Brook
  • Ace
  • Hancock
  • Jinbe
  • Whitebeard

One Piece: Pirate Warriors Non-Playable Characters

  • Akainu
  • Aokiji
  • Arlong
  • Blackbeard
  • Bruno
  • Buggy
  • Crocodile
  • Don Krieg
  • Dr. Kureha
  • Garp
  • Hachi
  • Hannyabal
  • Iceberg
  • Ivankov
  • Jabra
  • Kaku
  • Kizaru
  • Kuma / Pacifista
  • Lapahn
  • Magellan
  • Merry
  • Mihawk
  • Minotauros
  • Mr. 2 (Bon Clay)
  • Mr. 3 (Galdino)
  • Rayleigh
  • Rob Lucci
  • Sengoku
  • Sentoumaru
  • Spandam
  • Vivi
  • Wapol
  • Zeff

Additionally, Anime Games Online’s Kobe has submitted an image of the inside cover, software manual, and game disc. Check out out below!

Thanks for the tip Rade

One Piece PS3, One Piece: Pirate Warriors (or One Piece: Kaizoku Musou in Japanese), is the first One Piece game on the Sony PlayStation 3. It will cover One Piece Part 1 as well as some of the story contents of the One Piece timeskip. The game is in development by Omega Force and will be published by Namco Bandai Games and Tecmo Koei in Japan on March 1, 2012. A European and North American release are possible based on trademark filings by Namco Bandai, but no official word has been released.