||Buena Vista Games
||Eurocom Entertainment Software
||Pirates of the Caribbean
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End invites players into the world of the films - and beyond. Live and die by the sword while playing as Captain Jack Sparrow, Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann. Help the three unlikely allies as they unite with the villain Barbarossa from the first film. Together, they'll work with pirates and fend off a massive attack from the British Navy at the mysterious whirlpool called World's End. Players must demonstrate their cunning, swashbuckling creativity and swordsmanship as they encounter all manner of crazed pirates and cursed creatures in treacherous, exotic locations. Enjoy sword-assisted acrobatics, adaptive combat and classical dueling in unique gameplay. Unlock new moves, secret characters, inventory items, weapons and secret locations
Based on the second and third movies of the popular "Pirates of the Caribbean" series, players step into the roles of Captain Jack Sparrow, Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann, as they continue their adventures on the high seas. The game is set up as a 3D action-adventure in a free-roaming world that allows players to explores the islands and seas of the Caribbean.
Players will have to face off again Davy Jones, his Flying Dutchman crew and the villainous kraken in addition to the Chinese pirate Sao Feng, cannibals, other pirates, and the East India Trading Company.
Players must battle their way through the events of "Dead Man's Chest" and "At World's End" using a variety of sword and item attacks, in addition to a system called "Black Pearls", which only allows players to block for so long until the Black Pearls are drained and no longer able to block until it recharges. Each character has their own special attack, and other weapons, such as pistols and daggers, can be found for use in combat.
While all console versions of this titles are the same in format, presentation, and developer, the Playstation 3 version makes use of the Six-Axis controller for navigation through various areas in the game, and the Wii version makes use of the Wiimote for motion based attacks. The Wii version also makes use of interactive scripted sequences called "Jackanisms", which allow players to handle themselves through certain events in a manner that Captain Jack Sparrow would.
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