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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Videos and Trailers - PSP

Game Description:Avast, ye scurvy dogs! Ye'll be duelin' and huntin' fer treasure a-plenty in this swashbucklin' adventure! In Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (aye, this game's based on the Disney film of the same name), you'll play as Captain Jack Sparrow and sail the high seas on the legendary Black Pearl. Explore 15 islands filled with nasty terrain and nastier enemies as you follow over 50 side-scrolling maps. Clash with enemy ships in explosive sea battles, master swordplay, find treasure, and unlock advanced attacks for Jack. You'll find all the cunning, revenge, disloyalty, and humor of the pirate's life, and, if you're lucky, the mysterious Dead Man's Chest!
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