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    Re: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Reviews

    Quote Originally Posted by Twist_of_Fate View Post
    Although this is really just picking hairs, once again, Goldeneye wasn't hailed for it's connection with the movies.
    I know.. I said that is what its redeeming quality was.

    Quote Originally Posted by Twist_of_Fate View Post
    It was hailed for its gameplay, especially multiplayer.
    Just like Halo.. both of which were poor by comparable standards outside the consoles. They were both adored by console fans because that was as good as it got for them.

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    Re: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Reviews

    I have the DS Game and Wii game of Pirates 3 Theyre both awesome

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    Re: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Reviews

    Any hints for the Wolfette to get pass the first level of the DS version.?.....she's stuck and I'm no help at all!
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    Re: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Reviews

    Apparently, the Wii version is getting better reviews:

    Quote Originally Posted by IGN.com
    Pirates of the Caribbean may not be the most original or fine-tuned title out there for PS2 or Wii, but as a licensed pairing with the third movie the game still serves its purpose, as the design combines the age-old art of action titles with the music, presentation, and characters of Pirates of the Caribbean. At no time during our adventure we’re our minds collectively blown, but there were certainly high points during the game, making it worthy for a rental or used purchase. Both the Wii and PS2 versions are essentially the same, with Wii looking a little better and PS2 implementing button control over an often-basic – but marginally entertaining – motion control system. If you’re a fan of the movies, you’ll dig playing the game. Just be sure to check your brain at the door, as it makes solid use of an existing action template, but innovates very little in the process.
    Wii: 6.5



    http://wii.ign.com/articles/792/792126p1.html

    Looks like booty though...

    Here's the DS review:

    Quote Originally Posted by IGN.com
    It's clear that the development teams at Amaze are improving their DS productions -- At World's End is an improvement over last year's Dead Man's Chest on the DS. But it's not a huge leap in terms of gameplay or fun, and even though it's a better game than its predecessor there's plenty of room for improvement. It's a fun, playable companion piece to the movie, but don't expect to be blown away.
    http://ds.ign.com/articles/792/792142p1.html

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    Re: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Reviews

    I just gave POTC 3 for Wii for my eleven year old for his birthday. So far he likes it but prefers SM 3. Today he will get Mario Party 8 for a late birthday present. As long as he does not have to spend his own money, he is good with it.

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    Re: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Reviews

    The Wii version is great. The DS version is ok. Have not had a chance to play other versions. But the Wii version is a great buy.

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    Re: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Reviews

    Ok, there's still one review missing: PSP. I'm surprised Soul hasn't posted that one...

    BTW: Enter the Matrix wasn't the worst movie-based game ever. Any E.T. game (especially the original Atari 2600 version) will get that title. As one reviewer said of the PS1 version, the only redeemer of the game is watching E.T. run around like a drunken maniac. And 007 Racing wasn't only worse than Enter the Matrix, but also the worst 007 game EVER.
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    Re: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Reviews

    Quote Originally Posted by FrumiousBoojum View Post
    Ok, there's still one review missing: PSP. I'm surprised Soul hasn't posted that one...
    There isn't one on IGN. I tried to pull up gamerankings.com but it won't load for whatever reason.

    If you're looking for a great Pirate game on PSP, check out Sid Meier's Pirates! Live the Life. Got a 9.0 from IGN and a while back it was only $20!

    Quote Originally Posted by IGN
    Sid Meier's Pirates! Live the Life is a really good port of an absolutely classic game. It's not perfect by any means, as sneaking into town and some of the presentation isn't quite as PSP-friendly as we'd hoped, but everything that makes Pirates! what it is is here and in fantastic form. The most important elements, like ship battles, exploration and such are identical to what you 'd find on the PC, which is really what matters. If you own a PSP, head to the nearest port and hand over some booty for this one.

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    Re: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Reviews

    The DS version is fun! It is keeping me entertained...

    Plus it has those exclusive downloads from Disneyland Park if your bring your DS or something like that.

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    Re: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Reviews

    Quote Originally Posted by Maseca View Post
    The DS version is fun! It is keeping me entertained...

    Plus it has those exclusive downloads from Disneyland Park if your bring your DS or something like that.
    are they still doing that?

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    Re: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Reviews

    Thanks to Maseca's help the Wolfette is enjoying the game again.

    Yes, the downloads are still available at the Park.
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    Re: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Reviews

    Not exactly a movie tie in but the Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic games for XBox were awesome. I bought an XBox just for those. And I don't regret it for a minute.
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    Re: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Reviews

    Quote Originally Posted by SoCalDude View Post
    are they still doing that?
    Through labor day I think they said.

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    Re: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Reviews

    the online version that is under beta testing is very fun!!

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    Re: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Reviews

    We just bought the DS version and we are having a lot of fun playing. Taking it to the park next week for the downloads. For me, MOM not a gamer, I have enjoyed playing it. My son, 14, not really a gamer either, gets me through the harder parts.

    Just as they want, we bought for the movie tie in. Over all good fun.
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