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Pirates of the Caribbean


Publisher: Bethesda Softworks

Developer: Bethesda Softworks/Akella

Release Date: June 2003

Platform(s): Xbox™, PC CD-ROM

PC System Requirements: 800Mhz processor, 128 MB RAM, GeForce2MX video card or better

ESRB Rating: (Rating Pending)

Genre: Role-playing


Short Game Description:

The Pirates of the Caribbean video game is a unique role-playing experience with an intriguing storyline and the ability to explore everything the world has to offer. Deciding to become a cold-hearted mercenary for hire, a peaceful and profitable merchant or a swashbuckling pirate will influence future interactions. Gaining wealth and experience gives players the opportunity to hire crewmembers, sail larger ships, and uncover priceless treasures.


• A swashbuckling tale inspired by the Pirates of the Caribbean movie, coming to theatres July 9th
• A true role-playing game set on land and sea during the heyday of pirates
• Hire officers to improve your skills, accompany you while exploring on land, and even fight with you
• Explore entire towns and islands, including jungles, caves, and smuggler’s dens
• Intense and exciting naval battles
• Thrilling sword and pistol duels in towns and during ship-to-ship boarding
• Outstanding graphics and 3D effects
• Realistic wind and weather effects, including storms and even waterspouts

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