Release Date: Oct. 5, 2010
System: Wii (reviewed), PC
ESRB Rating: E-10+
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In a nutshell: Ay diddle dee dee, a pirate’s life for Wii.
0:00 I put a decent amount of time into the updated PC version of this one already, so my main interest today is how this classic title transfers over to the Wii’s control scheme.
0:01 Nice short trumpet fanfare on the preview screen. Also, the game is saving already? I haven’t done anything yet...
0:03 “It began with a celebration. Indebted for many years to Marquis Montelban a families honor would soon be restored.” But the Marquis and his men come in to seize their property and sell them in to bondage. The boy runs off, refusing to be a slave. Ten years later, he continues his quest for revenge. The familiar opening looks a little grainy and rough on my HDTV.
0:05 I like the default name Incognito so much I decide to keep it. I choose the middle difficulty, Adventurer, because it features more dangerous sea battles and more treacherous villains. I decide to choose gunnery as my skill, since I always had problems aiming in the sea battles of the PC version. Let’s start in the default year of 1660.
Friday, October 8, 2010
Developer: FiraxisPublisher: 2K Games