Reviews and Problems with Pirates of the Caribbean
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Very good shame you can't loot bodies
31 March 2012
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: The down sides of this game are: a slightly clumsy control system; a camera system that often has you looking in the wrong direction; graphics that are not always the smoothest. The upsides are: fantastic visuals at sea; great sea battles;a rich and deep playing environment. The challenge: this is a really hard game... you die and/or sink over and over again... but if you put the time in... it starts to happen to the other guy/gal.. great!!
Summary: I was hooked on Pirates Gold when it came out for the PC 10 years ago. But funnily enough Pirates of the Caribbean is a replica on that original but with added 3d graphics. Its had me hooked for days I strongly recommend to try this game. Full Review. In Pirates of the Caribbean, it's the 17th century, and you're Nathaniel Hawk, a sharp-witted captain of his own modest ship.