Reviews and Problems with Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
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N. Snyder "nurb", Amazon
26 June 2007
Summary: This one seemed to have a lot of potential. Using the Wiimote to control the sword seems like a good idea..until you play the game. All that swishing plus the missed swishes really ads up to a frustrating experience. I had this one for about a week before it went on eBay.
Summary: I am a kid and I bought this game as my first game for the wii, being as I am a pirates of the caribbean fan. The game itself is fun, with the swordplay being really cool, but the game is way too short. It has around 8 levels, each one taking 15-30 minuets. You can also do Challenge mode and dueling, but the story is really short. I beat the game in 2 and a half hours. Also, only half the game is at worlds end, the other half is deadman's chest.Overall I was disapointed.
Conclusion: This is a good game, i baught it the day after i got my Wii but soon got bored of it. The 'Jackanisms' are a good addition to each level. Too many enemies at one time get difficult to cope with and is not very reallistic. It's got good graphics, similar to the PS2. I got fed up with this game very easily and ended up trading it in!
A quickly made game, to co release with the film??
Lucy "Rammstein_freak", amazon.co.uk
27 June 2007
Summary: i can't help but feel this game was not fully finished when it was released. I got this game as it came with the wii bundle i bought recently, after seeing the adverts on the telly i thought it looked interesting...but graphics - the background graphics themselves are pretty detailed and looks quite realisic, its a shame the characters graphics do not reflect. its obvious you recongnise the characters you are playing with e.g sparrow, turner etc...
Summary: disappointed is how i feel about this game. i was expecting magical things from this game on the wii, but my excitement was struck down within 30 minutes of playing. thats all it took for me to see that this game is very repetitive and not what i was lead to believe it would be. the controls aren't as sensetive as you are told they would be. new combos and different attacks are hard to pull off.
Summary: I'm a massive fan of the Pirates series, and so when I saw the footage for this game I was incredibly excited. It looks like Zelda: Twilight Princess's gameplay entwined with the Pirates of the Caribbean universe: surely a match made in heaven? To my disappointment, hardly. It plays like a thinly veiled Streets of Rage (remember that?