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Sea of Thieves A Pirate’s Life 


Did you catch the live streams Peter and I did of Sea of Thieves A Pirate’s Life? If you missed them you can still catch them in video format as we process them and release them on our video channels. Sea of Thieves A Pirate’s Life gives us an interesting and original storyline with Captain Jack Sparrow. The Pearl has even been sunk and is at the bottom of the sea. There are some epic Captain Jack moments within Sea of Thieves A Pirate’s Life. Ultimately this thirteen and older only video game contains all of the problems from the original and really focuses on ghosts.

Sea of Thieves A Pirate’s Life takes up twenty-one gigs of space on top of the space required for the original Sea of Thieves. Families will be concerned with ghosts, skeletons, strange after life beliefs, violence, false gods, alcohol, vomit, lack of attire, and more. The fighting in Sea of Thieves A Pirate’s Life is completely lame. There is also a lack of direction that makes this game confusing. If that were not bad enough you are forced to deal with other hater gamers who will be nasty and rude to you in the game. Like the ones that tried to sink us when we were docked at the port and then commit a crime by sending packets to mess up our router and Internet connection.

Sea of Thieves A Pirate’s Life looks good and it sounds good. I had Peter to help bring me back up to speed on this game. There are a ton of controls and I honestly did not remember all of the work it is to sail a ship in Sea of Thieves. We meet plenty of iconic characters from the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. How some of them are back is not exactly explained. I did some research and there are theories on how Davy Jones is back for example when Sea of Thieves A Pirate’s Life happens after the last movie.

The battles scenes in Sea of Thieves A Pirate’s Life are underwhelming at best. The sea is large in Sea of Thieves A Pirate’s Life. That is one way we can avoid dealing with other players for example. Swimming down to the bottom of the sea is quite the journey. Dying and coming back is routine in Sea of Thieves A Pirate’s Life. I had a little fun learning how to play Sea of Thieves A Pirate’s Life. Older members of the family may enjoy Sea of Thieves A Pirate’s Life.
- Paul


Graphics: 62%
Sound: 67%
Replay: 74%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 56%

System: PC/Xbox One/Xbox Series X tested)
Publisher: Xbox Game Studios
Developer: Rare
{Crude Humor, Use of Alcohol, Violence}

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