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Review Gaming Illustrated lubs them some PotC


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Jun 16, 2002
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Tags: Pirates of the Carribean

On another positive note, <A href="http://www.gamingillustrated.com/">Gaming Illustrated</a> has posted a very positive <a href="http://www.gamingillustrated.com/potc.php">review</a> of <a href="http://pirates.bethsoft.com">Pirates of the Carribean</a>, giving it an <b>8.2</b> and praising it's open ended gameplay. Here's the conclusion:
<blockquote>Its open-ended game play and exciting sea battles make Pirates of the Caribbean a good purchase for adventure or strategy fans interested in the days of pirates and plunder, as long as they are patient in learning the awkward interface. Serious role playing fans will likely be dismayed by the simplicity of the character development system, but may appreciate the open-ended game play anyway. The game?s combat is paced too slowly for those expecting fast action similar to other 3rd person action games.</blockquote>
I appreciate open endedness. I also like sacking towns for bounty!
Spotted this at <A href="Http://www.rpgdot.com">RPGDot</a>.

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