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  • Summary: At World's End video games from Disney Interactive Studios invite players to "live and die by the sword" as they venture to the worlds of the films and beyond while playing as Captain Jack Sparrow, Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann. [Disney Interactive Studios]
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  1. Good-looking, good-natured and entertaining but simplistic and shallow too. [Oct 2007, p.123]
  2. 65
    Pirates of the Caribbean may not be the most original or fine-tuned title out there for PSP, 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.
  3. When it comes to complimenting the movie experience, the PSP version of Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End appears to provide the best experience.
  4. The dull, repetitive combat and uninspired mission structure prevent At World's End from being much fun.
  5. A mostly predictable film licence that has its moments but will inevitably be remembered (or not) for its dreary, repetitive structure, shoddy presentation and palpable lack of ambition.
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  1. Jan 31, 2013
    9
    This Game is So Entertaining that It becomes Addictive soon enough. The only Moment that I let my Hair apart was when the Game Ended withinThis Game is So Entertaining that It becomes Addictive soon enough. The only Moment that I let my Hair apart was when the Game Ended within 4-6 hrs of Gameplay. I so wanted to play a bit more. The only negative aspects of this Game for me were the Repetative Sword Fights & the Graphics which lacked Finesse. Expand
  2. Jul 4, 2012
    5
    The open world sections are far by the best and most memorable, with mini games based all around them giving you more things to do and itThe open world sections are far by the best and most memorable, with mini games based all around them giving you more things to do and it really starts to experiment with ideas. As a whole though its an average game. If your a fan of the series I imagine this to be perfect. But for me its just a little bit of fun and some all right poker sections. Expand