Very pleasant music and what little voice acting there is proves marvellous. All the thwacks and pows during combat are exactly as they should be.
A vibrant world full of lush greenery, World Seeker apes the look of the anime series beautifully. Characters are energetic and colourful too, which is nice.
Running around and using Luffy's Gum Gum Rocket to zip around the place is enjoyable, as are the fighting bits, despite the flaws. Sadly, mission objectives are enormously dull and repetitive.
Despite boasting an expansive island environment to explore, there isn't really a lot to do in it. Collect materials, fetch stuff, fight. That's about the long and short of it. Combat is the best part, but as an open-world game, World Seeker falls completely flat.
A decent enough list that encourages you to be good at the combat stuff, and poke around gathering resources too. There are progression and Karma based tasks too, so all in all, not too bad.