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OcPrices kinda warms up to Pirates of the Caribbean

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OcPrices kinda warms up to Pirates of the Caribbean

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Wed 3 September 2003, 18:03:25

Tags: Pirates of the Carribean

OcPrices have posted their review of Pirates of the Caribbean, stating the game is Above Average even though there are numerous faults, like this one:

Compare this title to Morrowind, where you spent more time doing the sub-quests than engaging in the story, and you feel like your in some kind of old fashioned console RPG of following A to B to C to D religiously.
Even the missions themselves follow a set formula. One mission for example is to free a kidnapped son by paying the ransom off. However, I thought I?d be smart to look for where they were holding him captive and rescue him, rather than go to the arranged meeting place and pay them. I found the house and killed the sole guard, yet nothing happened. The captive was scared of me and wouldn?t talk to me! The ONLY way of doing that mission is to pay the captors? yawn.​

Ummm.. Geez, that's rather lame. You'd think they would have anticipated the old free the kidnapped person, pocket the ransom ploy and handled it. Oh well.

Spotted this at Blue's News.

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