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Pirates of the Carribean soul mated by AVault

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Pirates of the Carribean soul mated by AVault

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Thu 14 August 2003, 21:12:37

Tags: Pirates of the Carribean

There's another review of Pirates of the Carribean, this time done by AVault. The guy loved it, a whole bunch more than most of the other reviewers have. Here's the conclusion:


Pirates of the Caribbean definitely gives you a real taste of what life was like as a pirate during the age of buccaneering. It is just that the taste you got little to do with what most players - who do not realize this is a sequel to Sea Dogs - would anticipate from the name of the game. There is a lot of variety and freedom here, and at its best this is the most physically attractive virtual pirate adventure ever released. It all boils down to this: if you want a fast-paced action title, do not go near this release; but if, on the other hand, you want a slower-paced role-playing experience with lots of different types of things to do, then by all means give it a shot. Even with its deficiencies, this is still a quality game, especially if you love pirates as I do; it is just sad that this did not turn into the gem it could have.​

Odd, many of the reviews have said it's an action title. This one says it's not. Isn't the internet fun?

Spotted this at Shacknews.

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