Reviews and Problems with Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End
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An enjoyable, though underwhelming and rushed tie in to the movie.
Lisa Traverso "tripleSps3", Amazon
15 January 2012
Summary: Walking into this game, I didn't have huge expectations. The game was based on the third Pirates of the Caribbean movie, which did not live up to the previous entries, though it wasn't terrible. Also, because it was a movie based game, my expectations were pretty low.
Summary: Gameplay: Simple. Different puzzles to solve, things to find, skills to acquire. Nothing new here. Graphics: Very good (still not sure what "Next-Gen" is supposed to be, but I don't think this is it). The scenery/environment is well done. Music, sounds: Very good. This captures the Pirate motif.
Conclusion: this game is not all about "At World's End". bits of the game are from the 1st 2 pirates of the carrabbean movies. the graphics of the people lacked detail. the game is a bit repetative especially during the duels.
Summary: I didn't expect too much from this game, as I thought it would be aimed more at the Wii. However, I expected the game play and graphics to be good. The graphics are very good, and at times you actually feel that you are watching the film.
Summary: this is one of the best PS3 games to date, both graphically and in game play. The game starts off at the beginning of the second film (Dead Man's Chest) and you play through to the end of the third (At Worlds End).