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Pirates of the Caribbean

Game Description: An epic RPG on land and at sea based on the Disney film, using the pirate game Sea Dogs as the basis of its buccaneering., Designed as a thrilling blend of role playing and action Pirates of the Caribbean takes place in a large group of Caribbean islands during the golden age of piracy and high seas adventure. You will take command of a ship and its crew, swordfight with other captains, accept and complete daring quests, chase rumors of dangers and riches, and change allegiances amongst the colonial powers in the game. Through skill and daring, you will have the ability to obtain more power than the toughest captains in history ever dreamed possible. You will be able to customize your captain, crew, skills, and attributes to their individual liking. During shore leave on the many fanciful islands, players can interact with townspeople and shopkeepers to replenish stores of ammo and crew, and explore the wilderness in search of adventure and treasure. A party based system on land and at sea allows you to hire friendly captains to form small fleets of ships for trade or battle, and your own band of adventurers when on land.

Pirates of the Caribbean – Review

When a movie reviewer sits down to watch the movie he's supposed to write about, he's relatively certain that it's not going to break down halfway through, and then need to be watched over again from the beginning. Book reviewers can be pretty sure that the manuscript they're sent by the publishers won't be missing the final chapter. Because I'm reviewing a video game, though, I was forced to experience the equivalent of both these things when playing Pirates of the Caribbean.

Pirates of the Caribbean – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Gambling, Use of Alcohol, Violence

Postal 2

Game Description: A psychological thriller with a punch ending; epic's unreal warfare engine; gary coleman: special guest star; liquid dynamics: pours, drips, runs and puddles; al sophisticated al supports people and animal interactions; Postal 2 is about humour with absurd, over-the-top violent content.

Postal 2 – Review

I suppose the easiest way to start a review of Postal 2 would be for me to describe some horrible, shocking atrocity I'd committed, then make a wry comment about the state of videogames today. I'm not going to, because there really wasn't anything horrible or shocking about the game.

Postal 2 – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Mature Humor, Strong Language, Use of Drugs

True Crime: Streets of LA – Second Opinion

Before I get started, let's get one thing out of the way—Thom has said pretty much everything there is to say about this game. Still, there are a few things I'd like to comment on when it comes to the adventures of Nick Kang.

Deux Ex: Invisible War – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence

Beyond Good & Evil – Review

In a medium still groping for unique narrative techniques, I can only celebrate the arrival of a game like Beyond Good & Evil, from the heedless mind of Ancel. Ancel has taken many chances with this game. Not only is it a non-franchise (for the time being anyway), but it marries a myriad of gameplay styles that miraculously fit with each other and the storytelling.

Beyond Good & Evil – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Comic Mischief, Violence

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