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Pirates of the Caribbean
Game Description:An epic role-playing game on land and at sea, this game is based on the Disney film and attraction, and uses the pirate game Sea Dogs (originally, this was to be the sequel before acquiring the Pirates license) as the basis of its buccaneering. Pirates of the Caribbean takes place in a large group of Caribbean islands during the golden age of piracy and high seas adventure. You 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. You can 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, and explore the wilderness in search of adventure and treasure!
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  • Disney Gives Gamers Some Irish Pirates

    We all know the best way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day is by drinking yourself into a alcohol induced stuppor. So what would Disney do to celebrate this day of inhebriation? Dye everything green. Pirates of the Caribbean Online will show off some Irish pride today by having all bodies of water dyed green. Characters will also have the chance...

    Posted March 17, 2008| 5 Comments

    Disney Gives Gamers Some Irish Pirates
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    Posted: July 22, 2003

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