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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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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 24
  2. Negative: 6 out of 24
  1. Whether you are on land, sea, or the white sands of Davy Jones Locker, there isn’t a more swashbuckling time to be had and Jack Sparrow is the quintessential pirate hero.
  2. I'd even go out on a limb that it's probably one of the best movie to game renditions I've ever played (although that's not saying a whole lot), and it would be perfect for the youngsters.
  3. There’s a ton of wasted potential here, but by the standards of the movie game the third Pirates game doesn’t fare too badly.
  4. In the end, the Pirates 3 game comes out being the best of the movie-game trilogies, but that isn't saying much.
  5. 52
    If came down to playing this game for seven hours or walking the plank, it would be a tough choice. Save your hard-earned cash for a barrel of rum and consider a rental.
  6. 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]
  7. 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]

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 16
  2. Negative: 3 out of 16
  1. JackB.
    Jun 1, 2007
    10
    This is the definitive pirates of the caribbean game. Great swash buckleing fun for all ages. Yet, challengeing for the true games. A game This is the definitive pirates of the caribbean game. Great swash buckleing fun for all ages. Yet, challengeing for the true games. A game that brings back a classy style to games. Keep up the great work Disney their is a lot of potential still there. Expand
  2. Jan 16, 2021
    8
    Me lo esperaba diferente pero la verdad es que me ha hecho pasar un buen rato. Lo he pasado muy bien.
  3. Jan 5, 2018
    7
    Me encantó, logra representar lo que es la saga cinematográfica a la perfección y es super divertido de principio a fin.
  4. Jan 22, 2011
    6
    Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End is not a bad game, but it's repetition does hurt the gameplay quite a lot. Although the combat andPirates of the Caribbean: At World's End is not a bad game, but it's repetition does hurt the gameplay quite a lot. Although the combat and duels can be a lot of fun, the game simply has you doing the same things over and over again. Though, not for long. Once you think the game will be excruciatingly repetitive, it ends. The short 4-5 hour game with no replay value doesn't make this a game worth buying either. However, at least it does keep in spirit of the movies and has good graphics and sound design. Overall, a solid weekend rental. Expand
  5. 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. Expand
  6. Jan 21, 2018
    5
    Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
    From Fun to a Chore
    At Worlds End is a game from 2007 so there are no trophies... you play as
    Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
    From Fun to a Chore
    At Worlds End is a game from 2007 so there are no trophies... you play as multiple characters throughout this 6 hour journey but you’ll mostly be playing as captain jack sparrow, after the Heart of Davy Jones
    This game is based off of the movie with the same name and there are few cut scenes here and there but this game is much more focused on the gameplay than the story which isn’t necessarily a good thing..
    Because this drains the game of any character or charm and the gameplay is just a chore
    I enjoyed the first moments of this game... I thought it would be just a linear uncharted or tomb raider type game staring jack sparrow with sword fighting...
    This is how it starts out… but it quickly turns into a boring fight enemies, run to a new location fight more enemies, rinse and repeat in uninteresting locations until the credits roll…
    The platforming and climbing the early parts of this game introduces are sprinkled into levels, but it’s rare and hardly ever has to do with traversing levels.. mostly used to reach collectables that other than score chasing do absolutely nothing for you…
    To break up the monotony of sword slashing you’ll occasionally do a dueling mini game of blocking in the direction your enemy is attacking and then attack back…
    not enjoyable in anyway..
    surprisingly the dull combat of occasionally having bullets or daggers to through is miles more fun…
    but in no way engaging, its mindless and takes no effort…
    Except for when the game teams you up with useless allies turning this into a baby sitters game…
    Your ai controlled teammate doesn’t do any damage but they can take damage…
    So you’ll have to swap characters and keep their health up while trying to accomplish a task with the other character…
    At Worlds End has its moments in the beginning, and it does mix the gameplay up enough to not make this 6hours feel like an ultimate drag…
    But none of it is fun or engaging..
    This game ends up just being a chore.
    I give Pirated of The Caribbean at Worlds End
    a 5/10
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  7. KevinH.
    Jun 3, 2007
    4
    A very bad game! Graphics are pretty good but the gameplay is pretty bad! Save your money for another game!

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