Reviews and Problems with Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End
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Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End
14 September 2007
Conclusion: And that really sums up Pirates of the Caribbean as a videogame; Short, shallow and repetitive, with not a whole lot to tie you in to the experience. Just like the movie itself, some might say.
Excerpt: If there's one thing you can usually bank on over the slow summer months, it's a good handful of substandard movie licensed video games. Spider-Man 3 started things off pretty well, but Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End has arrived to restore the balance.
Excerpt: Live and die by the sword! is inspired by the events, environments and characters surrounding the second and third installments of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. Players must demonstrate their cunning, swashbuckling creativity and swordsmanship as they encounter all manner of crazed pirates...
Summary: It's almost hard to believe in this day and age of movie and game tie-ins, but other than a couple of handheld games, the last Pirates of the Caribbean movie didn't have a companion game on consoles.
Pros: Character likenesses are spot-on, Finishing moves are kind of fun, Does a decent job of matching the look and feel of the movies
Cons: Basic combat is dreadfully boring, Mission objectives are uninteresting, All the playable characters play the same way, Frame rate is lousy, Sixaxis controls are lame
Conclusion: Regardless of which version you buy, the PlayStation 3 or the Xbox 360 version, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End fails to capture the spirit of the movie. It feels like a quick way for Disney to make some money out of the license.
Conclusion: A combat system that allows you to progress through 99.99% of the game just by pressing X repeatedly deserves to be slated, but frankly I can’t be bothered – the developers clearly didn’t spend too much time on the game so why should I waste mine and yours describing it in any detail?
Pros: Good character likenesses, Um…
Cons: Repetitive, Lacking in challenge, Repetitive, Frame rate issues, Repetitive, You’ll wear your X button out
Pirates of the Caribbean – At the Worlds End – PS3
Dicas de Jogos
26 August 2007
Conclusion: Pirates of the Caribbean: At the World’s End não consegue ser um bom game baseado em filmes. Está certo que existem piores por aí, além de você poder encontrar alguma semelhança desse jogo com bons títulos de ação, mas as falhas são tão grosseiras que tiram beleza e diversão de um jogo que tinha...