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Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

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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.

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Disney Interactive Studios
Eurocom Entertainment Software
Disney Interactive
Age rating
17+ Mature

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista (Windows x64 NOT supported)
  • Processor: Pentium 4 class or AMD Athlon processor, 1.5 GHz
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 64 MB DirectX 9.0c-compatible, 3D video card (NVIDIA GeForce, ATI Radeon, or equivalent) with Hardware Transform and Lighting capability.
  • Storage: 1434 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Integrated (built-in) onboard video cards are not supported by this game.
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
I already had this Game on my old Computer since it was also great, but on my new one it doesn't work at all. The Game just doesn't react at all, all that reacts is the Switch off. However, My new Computer is also much better than the System Requirements. Unfortunately I can't uninstall it either, I don't know how.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Unfortunately, I can't say anything about the Game itself. I can't get any further than the two Splash Screens and I've seen the Loading Screen, but it stops there. The Game does not want to run with me under any Circumstances, either in Compatibility mode or with Admin Rights. Unfortunately, there is no support, because Steam Is not responsible for Third-party support and the actual Support Page of DIsney does not let me choose a Platform why I can't continue. I would have loved to have played it. What a pity.
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I've been looking for this Game on the PSP. Now I bought it, but not for the £20. The Control with the Keyboard is very heavy and the XBOX One Controller is not even detected. However, It works flawlessly with the PS4 Controller. The Game starts with the second Part of the Film and goes to the End of the third Part. It tells the Story in its "own" way. Other Speakers were taken. But they're not That bad either. The Graphics are not so good. Was not good for 2007 Standards either. But still, I can recommend it to any Pirates of the Caribbean Fan (with a PS4 Controller), but not for the €20. Prefer to Wait until the Sale or check a Key Page of your trust.
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Graphic: Terrible, everything is edgy and looks like a good 10 Years ago control: You only move with the Arrow keys. WASD does not work and you cannot change the Control. However, the Buttons for Attacking, Blocking and Tricking are on YXC and shift. With the Mouse you can neither look around nor use them to attack. You are almost dependent on these Mentioned buttons and this is a hellishly shitty combination. Gameplay: Running, liberating, Fighting, Collecting, running, free, Fighting ... A typical "Run here and free or collect" after that come enemies to defeat and this repeats itself a few Times. Nothing special or weird. Sounds: Sounds are quite okay. However, in the German, of course, the original Voices were NOT used again, but those that sound similar. The Sayings to this are ... Well, not Pirates of the Caribbean moderate. GESAMTEINDRUCK: With this catastrophic Control not even for Children a Fun match. On Console probably a Fun, but the Switch to the PC was really only fundamentally considered and, as already described, extremely poorly implemented. Luckily I only bought it in the Sale for 9.99 instead of 19.99 but even this Amount was far too high. One thing I know for sure: No more Disney Games! At least not for the PC. Big Disappointment!
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