Reviews and Problems with Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
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Bought for my 9 year old son, played 1 day
Lassie_D "Lassie_D", Amazon
30 July 2012
Summary: My son loved this game at first, for about 4 hours, then a time or two of playing to make it seem like he was interested in it for my sake, then nothing. He never had any interest to play it beyond a day or so. Not sure if he got to a point he couldn't pass or what, but I was expecting the interest factor to last much longer than a day.
Summary: I bought this game used and would agree with other reviewers that if you're interested in playing it, buy it used or rent it. Getting through the actual game play started out easy and got challenging quickly! It was hard enough to hold my attention, and just short of so hard I gave up. It seems like it would be a great game for advanced players who want something new for a road trip or plane trip. It doesn't have enough levels to entertain you much longer than that.
Summary: At Worlds End isn't really that bad, I have enjoyed it for the few hours I played it, but it gets hard pretty soon. Not hard like boss battles hard, but hard like you have no idea of what to do next. It has decent graphics, but nothing spectacular. I havnt tried the multiplayer yet, but its pretty cool you only need 1 game cartridge for multiplayer.Overall, the game probably deserves higher than 3 stars, but there are too many places where it can get confusing and you...
Summary: Licensed games and movie tie-ins haven't had a good track record on the DS, which would lead many to think that this one wouldn't be any good. Despite it all though, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End isn't completely horrible, and is a rather solid all around platformer that doesn't offer anything we haven't seen before.
Summary: I bought this game as all the reviewers are thrilled with it, unfortunately my skills to use the stylus are minimal, I have tried hardly to use it as I enjoy the story, but...I bought in the end PSP console just to be able to play any game. After playing New Mario brilliantly without the stylus, I got stuck soon in this game and all my enjoyment was gone.
Excerpt: "...i enjoy the set of pirates the movie. The dull parts of the game was the very repetitive sword fighting, it followed the whole game and didn't change at all. The sound on the game wasn't the best, as it was lean at best. As a whole the game was quite average - nothing special about it. The best thing the game had going was the movie it was based on, if the game was released without the movie then it would just be a game about pirates and that ...
Summary: The graphics are great, the music is good and the touch screen duelling makes good use of the DS. But I just found it too hard to play and enjoy. I got stuck in the ship graveyard and found that there was ages sometimes between game saving points. I am probably not enough of a seasoned gamer to have a go at this one and all those torches to light and carry before they went out just drove me NUTS! I prefer the Dead Man's Chest game.