I'm no professional reviewer or anything like that, just a guy who has decided to give his two cents about what he read. I've read up to ch. 108, so this review will be based upon that progress. Writing Quality: 4/5 - Just some minor issues that make you have to re-read some portions to properly understand what was just said or who just said what. Stability of Updates: 4/5 - There were already over 100+ chapters when I started reading this and I haven't yet experienced any sort of wait time for a release. I feel it'd be unfair if I were to give a 5/5 just for having a sizable backlog of chapters. Story Development: 3/5 - The linear progress of the story stays the same as original One Piece story, so far. Other than the original One Piece story already being there, the novel feels more like a reactionary experience to seeing how things are different now with the crew having their 'upgrades'. Character Design: 4/5 - Due to the MC's ability, we get to see some slight changes in the character of the crew, which is nice. It makes sense, at least to me it did. The MC though, I feel he's been like a good character so far, not great just good. Like I mentioned before, I'm not a professional reviewer or anything, so I can't quite describe 'Why' I feel this way about the MC. I just feel like he's missing something to really make him be fleshed out. World Background: 5/5 - I'm not the biggest One Piece fact-fiend around, but I'd like to think I can say that the things that happen in the background and stuff like that make sense. Overview: So, should you spend you time reading this novel? I'd say yeah. If you like One Piece then give it a shot. I'll prepare you now though and say that the MC does share his 'ability' (it's a system) with his friends and family, but don't let that stop you from enjoying the novel. It's different, yes, but it's not bad. I'll do an edit to this review once the novel gets to 150+ chapters to give an update on my thoughts.
I don't like the story but I won't really comment on how objectively good or bad the story is so i'll give 3 stars for fairness and list some of the red flags this story has for me personally 1. The Mc shares his system with others and gets nothing in return which is the biggest factor in me dropping the story. I don't mind him giving away power once the Mc is invincible or can revoke the power at any time however that just isn't the case in this one. 2. This is a simulator system and the character he simulates begins to affect his personality. 3. He joins the straw hats. I don't personally mind this one as much but it is a bit annoying how much of a fanboy he is. If any of these things are red flags for you, you should read something else. If not then give it a shot.
Got scammed by those reviews. It's only good in first 4 chapters. When the system arrives everything become a mess. The MC's character also have a problem he's so cringe and whines a lot like a typical Chinese mc. Also it's a life simulator system but I haven't seen him do a life simulation. He just come in that world then leave after he gets the power.
Imma dropping this because: a) System = the cheat is called life simulation but there's no actual simulation happening. The system only let him see a character's life in the third-person perspective, like watching a movie. This is not what a simulation is, but whatever. b) World-building = this is just another self-insert OC that follows the canon plot following the protagonist's adventure. Actually, the two reasons I mentioned earlier are tolerable. But what made me drop this novel is the third reason: c) The MC = whiney, immature, and arrogant. I really hate reading novels with MCs acting ungrateful and whiney as if they are worthy of the system they acquired. So...