Reviews and Problems with Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
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playable for kids, a poor rip off for adults
S. J. Culbertson "sjculb3", Amazon
18 July 2007
Summary: I should know better than to buy games that are movie tie-ins but this one looked like it was fun. Whats good?...well..you can be Jack Sparrow and the graphics are pretty decent. Whats bad? Camera angles are quirky, the game is too dark and you need to play in a very dark room to see, there are no items to look for, you just go from level to level hacking and slashing. no matter how good the movie is, this is my last tie in game.
Excerpt: Opening this and popping into my PSP, I languished in exquisite anticipation for controlling the suave Captain Jack Sparrow through his second outing in the "Pirates of the Caribbean", one of the surprise movies to appear in our cinema. But like the cinematic version where Captain Sparrow couldn't avoid the monstrous Krakken, I couldn't avoid being swallowed up by an intense reaction towards screaming blindly at the wall, expecting it to be BMG Interactive for cashing in...
Short Lifespan - Poor Ending - Only Multiplayer saves this game!!!
Jay "JCKB", amazon.co.uk
20 July 2006
Summary: Not a full waste of effort to buy and play, but steer clear if you are a hardcore gamer as you'll dust this game in a day, as the levels are simple and any puzzles 'if you can call them puzzles?' are childsplay. Other then trying to get 100% in completions by going back in the levels to find missed maps,'I've heard most end with a 87% game complete result', there isn't much left to do, unless you know someone with the game and do multiplayer or gameshare on their PSP.