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What a glorious day today is. Family Friendly Gaming had the money to purchase a copy of Sea of Thieves on the Xbox One. I am blessed to be able to play this pirate adventure. Please note that you will need an Xbox Live Gold Membership to play Sea of Thieves. I doubt many families will choose to play Sea of Thieves after this review is done.

The issues families will have with Sea of Thieves are violence, blood, lack of attire, ghosts, skeletons, false goddess, alcohol, vomit, and more. Sea of Thieves will force new players into the tutorial first. This is a handy way to learn how to do things like search for treasure, dig, swap what you are holding, set sail, control the ship, fire cannons, swing the sword and more. Players will learn how to equip things and fix their boat. All of those are important lessons in this game.

Sea of Thieves can be played by yourself. Please note that you will come across aggressive teams in larger ships that will only want to sink you. When you die you go to a ghost ship for awhile before the game lets you respawn back in the world. Your ship will also respawn. A lot of people play Sea of Thieves in the most evil way possible. We play Sea of Thieves in a first person perspective and the game looks good. The music is nice to listen to. I am not a fan of the nasty dialogue in Sea of Thieves.

The loading times in Sea of Thieves are on the long side. There is a lot to do and the controls can get confusing in the heat of battle. I learned to fix my ship, and use the bucket to get rid of the water if I wanted to continue to float on the sea. Players can customize their ships to look different. I found two kinds of players in Sea of Thieves. The first kind runs away all the time. The second kind aggressive attacks.


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 65%
Replay: 70%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 55%

System: PC/Xbox One(tested)
Publisher: Microsoft Games
Developer: Rare
Rating: : ‘T’ - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Crude Humor, Use of Alcohol, Violence}

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