One Piece: Unlimited World Red North American PS Vita Physical at GameStop/EBGames

Namco Bandai Games America has revealed the PS Vita version of One Piece: Unlimited World Red will be making it’s way to GameStop/EBGames as a physical release. It’s assumed the physical version of the game will be an exclusive to them in North America. The PlayStation 3 and Nintendo 3DS versions will be available as physical items across North America, while the Nintendo WiiU version will be digital only.

Over in Europe and Australasia, copies of the game for all four platforms will be a physical release. Namco Bandai Europe actually released about six new screenshots this morning, which you can see here

Take a look at the official press release by Namco Bandai below along with high quality box arts (click to see them in their full size).

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NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc. announces today exciting new content planned for the release of ONE PIECE® Unlimited World Red in the Americas. Luffy and his crew go wild in beautiful graphics and dynamic boss battles; in addition, a Coliseum Mode will be available for the first time ever! The grand Coliseum Mode will closely resemble the latest episodes of ONE PIECE and bring heart-pounding action and glory to the ring as pirates fight relentlessly to earn top rankings.

Witness the strongest pirate alliance as Straw Hat Luffy and Trafalgar Law, a member of the Royal Seven Warlords of the Sea, team up to challenge the diabolical Donquixote Doflamingo, who will be joining the battle for the first time. Law will also be featured as a new playable character in Coliseum Mode only.

With ONE PIECE Unlimited World Red slated to release on four platforms, NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc. is also pleased to announce a physical retail version of the game on the PlayStation®Vita handheld entertainment system to be sold at GameStop and EB Games Canada. ONE PIECE Unlimited World Red will land at retailers in the Americas in 2014 for the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and Nintendo 3DS, with a digital-only release for the Wii U™ system.