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Generally favorable reviews- based on 19 Ratings

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  1. Aug 6, 2011
    This is the chapter you was waiting for. i dont want to wite to much but its fazinating how lucas arts could add all the pices together! great!
    cant await to play the next monkey osland. i hope lucas arts build a new one!
  2. AndrewL
    Dec 10, 2009
    The Rise of the Pirate God may be a bit too easy, but not short of perfect as an ending to a great chapter in the Monkey Island series. A truly epic final battle (perhaps one of the most amazing in the series) closes the tale, leaving you hungry and excited for the next game. The design is definitely unique, with the spirit world being almost like a pirate heaven. Good fun, assuming you've played (and loved) the past four chapters, there is no reason you shouldn't, and wouldn't pick this up. 9/10 for this chapter, but 10/10 on Tales of Monkey Island as a whole. Collapse

Generally favorable reviews - based on 33 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 28 out of 33
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  1. 83
    I think this is the best episode of the entire season. The writing is great, the conflicts are interesting, the jokes are funny and the payoff lives up to the promise. The only downside is that the puzzles are much too straightforward in the beginning so the game essentially solves itself as you move from one area to the next.
  2. Rise of the Pirate God is the grand season finale of Tales of Monkey Island, and it delivers. TellTale created an outstanding season from the beginning, and the great ending is just a fact of its greatness. But it's also true that they can do a better job, as they did with the second season of Sam & Max; hope they reach those heights with Monkey Island too.
  3. 85
    The last chapter is also the best, rounding out Telltale's most enjoyable episodic series to date.