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Fans can watch all the latest episodes of One Piece on Crunchyroll and Funimation. The latest episodes are currently airing in Japanese with English subtitles. One Piece's English dubbed version is quite far behind the original series, with only 794 episodes.
One Piece has a very precise timeline; however, some arcs are not released chronologically. We recommend first-time watchers of the anime follow the release order. The specials, OVAs, and shorts can be watched at any time because they don't follow the storyline of the main anime and hence spoil nothing.
While the English subtitled release has broken through over 900 episodes in total as of this writing, the English dub release of the series has been just as popular with fans as it's opened the door to a whole new audience. The dub is now available to watch on streaming services such as Netflix (the first two seasons of the series at least), and the series is available on multiple other platforms in both English and Japanese.
The Dressrosa arc is one of the longer in the anime overall, but it's also the one with the most moving pieces in the anime to date. There are several characters being juggled throughout, and this eventually leads to a clash where all of the stories and various plots come together at the end. That's why fans will definitely be jumping on this next wave of dubbed episodes as soon as they hit!
Xbox is enjoying a spell of increased interest in the Far East, largely thanks to the release of From Software's far-fetched mech blaster with a shouty name. Murakumo allegedly shipped more than 30,000 units in its first week on sale and drove hardware sales above the 5,000 unit threshold for the first time in ages, leading to renewed interest in other Japanese Xbox projects; none more so than From's own RPG project, Otogi. Otogi - the name is taken from the Japanese word for fairytale - is about 30-40 percent complete, and in a recent interview with Famitsu Xbox translated by XenGamers, From Software revealed intimate details about the project. Like Blinx: The Timesweeper, Otogi was designed from the outset to harness Xbox's hardware advantage, and features a totally destructible environment. \"When environments are destroyed, the game calculates the velocity and angle of impact to determine how something should collapse,\" senior planner Yamada-san explained. \"Thereby, a piece of the environment can break and send fragments into nearby buildings, causing them to partially collapse as well. For example, when players destroy a Shinto shrine marker it can cause a bridge to collapse nearby. Likewise, flying fragments can also hurt enemies. The level of fragment damage inflicted will depend upon whether the environment being destroyed is wooden or stone.\" Set in the Japanese Heian Era of 794-1185 AD, Otogi will feature a hero by the name of Raikou (a handle taken from the Raikouki, a collection of fairytales which serve as the game's story), and unlike your standard Japanese RPG, Raikou will not be armed with a sword - \"we're planning something more original and directly related to the story,\" Otogi director Takeuchi-san commented, hinting at an elaborate underlying hand-to-hand combat system. The game will be mission-based, and this has given the creative team license to dabble in many types of gameplay. \"One of the missions will be to take a boat across a long river,\" Yamada-san enthuses. \"We wanted to render a unique boat and something that captured the essence of the game's dark story and setting.\" Although boating will be a fixture, many of the characters and enemies in Otogi can actually fly - \"most of the actual fighting takes place in mid-air,\" Takeuchi-san reveals. \"Players can expect huge four-legged monsters who will be able to jump long distances as well. Those kinds of enemies have distinct advantages for our gameplay system, one of which is our interest in creating a fun beat-em up style.\" Although Otogi is still many moons away from completion, Japanese Xbox owners will doubtless be watching it carefully, and with Murakumo on show at E3 earlier this year, it seems likely that platform holder Microsoft will be extending From every courtesy should the developer wish to export their latest adventure overseas. Related Feature - Otogi screenshots 59ce067264