Metascore
55

Mixed or average reviews - based on 24 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 24
  2. Negative: 6 out of 24
Buy On
  1. Play UK
    48
    The only truly decent thing in the game is the music, and the fact that it's undeniably cool to explore the sets from the trilogy. [Issue#154, p.68]
  2. AceGamez
    40
    Stagnation ends up being the best way I can monosyllabically describe Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. Uninspired gameplay mixed with frustratingly dumb A.I. is a recipe for disaster, no matter how pretty your game looks or sounds.
  3. By no means a complete disaster, but by no means worth spending money on.
  4. Unless you’re dying for achievements or are a fan of the films, there’s no reason to buy or even rent At World’s End. Instead, leave it to the films to do all the work for you, it’s easier and costs less.
  5. 30
    At World's End does pay tribute to the movie on which it is based, but it's difficult to find much here to make this game anything other than an average hack and slash adventure. PotC proves once again, that movie tie-in games are very rarely worth the amount of money thrown at them.
  6. Edge Magazine
    30
    At World’s End would shame Jack Sparrow himself: it’s boring, nondescript and significantly lacking in adventure. [July 2007, p.91]
User Score
6.9

Mixed or average reviews- based on 19 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 11
  2. Negative: 2 out of 11
  1. Jan 26, 2016
    6
    Controls are horrible and a bit slow. I hate the dual battles they integrated into this one. I got this game for the "2 player" coop, but itControls are horrible and a bit slow. I hate the dual battles they integrated into this one. I got this game for the "2 player" coop, but it doesn't truly let you do a coop campaign. The one-shot gun is an issue and not helpful for aiming. The game play overall is just not enjoyable. People don't seem to stop re-spawning once you've killed them, until you reach a point in the progress of the battle. Full Review »
  2. Sep 21, 2015
    4
    This was the first game I played on the PlayStation 3 and I was not impressed. The graphics, gameplay, sound, and controls, all belonged toThis was the first game I played on the PlayStation 3 and I was not impressed. The graphics, gameplay, sound, and controls, all belonged to the PS2 era of gaming. Not even Johnny Depp, who lends his voice, can save this game. Full Review »
  3. Mar 22, 2014
    7
    If you're looking for a fun pirate game with adventure then you will enjoy this game a lot.
    If you're looking for a game thats exactly like
    If you're looking for a fun pirate game with adventure then you will enjoy this game a lot.
    If you're looking for a game thats exactly like the movie then it wont be it.
    It does follow the story line of the movie but goes off and does things that isn't apart of the movie at all.
    It wasn't bad at all, just sometimes felt odd.

    The fighting is fun but I could kill enemies with the same combo easily over and over again. Which never really got annoying actually, theres just not a lot of combat development. I would recommend this game for all kids who are about [12 and up]. Its not a difficult game but there are times when it wasn't easy.
    I could probably play through the whole game without dying if I was careful. (Im also a really good gamer)
    It took me about a few days to beat the game. Its probably about 7 hours of gameplay if YOUR NOT looking for all the collectibles.
    The graphics are ver pretty sometimes especially when your fighting on a ship getting rained on.

    I give the game a 7/10!
    Full Review »