Reviews and Problems with Pirates of the Caribbean
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still awsome, and still playing it
NuckinFuts212 , GameStop
20 August 2011
Summary: this game...no matter how you look at it, is still just awsome, in my opinion atleast, it was a great game during its own time, however its time has passed but its great to go back and try it out again :)
Summary: Coolest game ever. I thought the best part was when you were a pirate. I mean how do the creators of this game even think of such an imaginative idea like that. I know I would have never even come close to thinking of that idea. The Graphics were amazing, I thought I was in the game, it was so real. My life goal now is to become a pirate like the people in the game. Arrh Maties, Thank you for helping me find my true PASSION. I love this game.
Summary: I think the game is a class game that really streches your skill at becoming rich quickly. only problem is that the game glitches a few times but that could be to do with my xbox being old, very old. Very good quality and quickly posted too.
Summary: this is the best pirates of the caribbean that was made,much better than the movie ti-ins that came after,you can explore the country side ports village towns forts islands,trading between the islands,in your very own ship,you can have up to 4 ships either buy them, or board them on the open see,but prepare for a hard fight!
Summary: When I first picked up this game a few years back, I was very impressed with the graphics as well as the gameplay. Though the game does suffer from some framerate issues, the graphics are plush, colourful, and really do well portraying the carribean setting. The story is engaging and supported well with side missions involving assassination, trading, escorting merchants and (of course) piracy.
Summary: Let get started by saying that this is the only game i have ever found to be unplayable and i have been playing them since the NES days. The graphics when they load up are superb but try and move your character the frames per second takes a drastic dive. then i come to the controls which are basically all over the place i could go on all day with how poor this game is but i won't waste your time just take my word and avoid this like the plague.
Summary: This game is one of the best i have seen in quiet a while. From the starting ship the lugger to the awesome manowar there is a massive amount of ships wether u like small and fast or big and power ful they have got it all. A magor annoyance is the controls to pick something up u have to press y, move across to open, press a, select the item u, want then press a. THe graphics are another thing the skeletons are realistic(if u know wat i mean) the swordfighting is cool.
Summary: To be honest 'movie tie-in', is a nail in the coffin of any game. I can't think of any off the top of my head that are actually good. And this is no exception. While not unplayable, it neither provides a stunning RPG experience (try Morrowind, Knights of the Old Reublic or Fable), or any sense that your actually in the world of the film (buy the DVD and talk in a psuedo-Cornish accent). The major flaw with this game is that its not actually anything to do with the film.
Summary: Its beautiful, he says staring across the ocean into the sunset from thedeck of his Massive Battleship. This game is one of the most graphicallysuperior games I have every played. You only need to start sailing aroundat daybreak to confirm this. You play as Nathanial Hawk, a Merchant/Pirateguy who is pretty handy with boats, pistols and swords. He very much likeshis treasure too.