1654 AC. The Caribbean. A place of opportunities and mysteries. Take a role of Charles de Maure - a young French noble who arrived to the New World to assist his brother. What seemed to be a simple family matter, turned into a lifelong adventure!
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Data di rilascio: dic 2012

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10 maggio

The Final Lesson DLC is available!



First, let us thank you all for an amazing trust and support you are giving us since February. The game was originally released on Steam in 2012 but only 3 years later it is actually shining here. And that is thanks to you. Okay, we did our part too (a small one!) but Sea Dogs: To Each His Own is your game as much as ours. Thank you.

If you are a fresh pirate recruit who was dragged to our shores just recently, please make sure to read this Open Letter. It's quite interesting in our opinion.

http://steamcommunity.com/games/223330/announcements/detail/65668531643437205

The Final Lesson DLC is live! We apologize for a three week delay, but we are a small team and for us, it's hard sometimes to tame the gamedev kraken.

The DLC is still not visible everywhere on Steam, but you can purchase and play it right now!

http://store.steampowered.com/app/452520

About DLC:
  • Five quests plus a bonus one.
  • All quests are designed for the early game with a level cap 4-12. The bonus quest has a level 14 cap.
  • Every quest can be started on French islands before The Dutch Gambit quest line.
  • This is a story of Charles's first months in the Caribbean, it's about hard lessons he has to learn if he wants to survive the storm to come.
  • Rewards are various and include money, weapons, experience and a new quest boarding officer;
  • New achievement;
  • Reworked polacre model.

This is the very first major content update we planned, there is more to come. Hope you enjoy it!

Good hunting!

Suum cuique

P.S.

A gift from the Lady Fortune.

P4*4B-K*QI6-QEXP0

* - Her name. She is red and she is dangerous.


P.P.S.

Please tell about us your friends and gift them with this DLC. We all must take our final lessons.

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8 maggio

Patch 1.4 - DLC Support

Ahoy!

As you might have noticed, we have just rolled out an update 1.4. It's rather a technical update with overhauled main menu layout and DLC support.



DLC is coming soon, please stay tuned.

suum cuique

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English Version Coming 12.02

Coming soon! Please see an open letter from the devs for more details.
http://steamcommunity.com/games/223330/announcements/detail/645507530757348342

Informazioni sul gioco

Check this open letter from the devs to learn the story behind the series, the game and it's future:
http://steamcommunity.com/games/223330/announcements/detail/65668531643437205



1654 AC. The Caribbean. A place of opportunities and mysteries. Take a role of Charles de Maure - a young French noble who arrived to the New World to assist his brother. What seemed to be a simple family matter, turned into a lifelong adventure. This is a story of the noble idler who became the most powerful man of the Caribbean. Riches, titles, power, romance - the ultimate booty awaits, it is up to you how to get it all. Become a pirate and terrorize the archipelago, take prizes in the sea and plunder cities. Or try to keep hands mostly clean - trade both goods and information, work for the state and help the folk. Get a ship, arm yourself, gather a crew of your dream and find love. The New World is way too vast, too dangerous to explore it alone and there are always consequences for the choices you make!

Key Features

  • Naval warfare, both challenging and rewarding
  • Self-reliant and replayable story mode (over 70 hours of gameplay)
  • Remastered in-game art and improved visuals (textures, models etc.)
  • Challenging AI, crafting, trading, fighting, gambling
  • Freeplay mode, endless as an ocean
  • Hundreds of items and weapons

Requisiti di sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS:XP
    • Processor: Intel Pentium IV or AMD Athlon 2.0 GHz
    • Memory:1024 MB RAM
    • Graphics:128 mb video card
    • DirectX®:9.0
    • Hard Drive:12 GB HD space
    • Additional: V-Sync must be enabled
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Bughuul
( 18.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 22 maggio
I tried to like this game, I really did. It looked liked a good successor of AoP2:CoAS.
The problem is, that the game is too unbalanced. You work hard just to get a weak 5th class ship and for what?? To be constantly harrassed by 4th, 3rd and 2nd class pirate ships?? That just isn't fun.... Oh and the skill progression is so slow that even my dead grandmother is faster than that. AoP2 was full of bugs, yes... but it still was fun and a lot more playable than this. For example, I always got plenty of quest from governors, always something else, but completable. But here??? I get always the same naval missions everywhere, and it really sucks because with that good for nothing lugger I can't finish the quest!! So I'm very sorry, but I don't recommend this game, unless you are patient, and willing to invest hundreds of hours to get something decent.
CSA FD
( 163.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 21 maggio
The Caleuche and The Final Lesson, dont even show up in the "extra content", it starts over again as if the game just came out. i love the game, but the storyline absolutely sucks! without a trainer it's almost impossible to do. as well as get the Navigator and save the Indian later on unless you have tons of cash. The Sailing, land fighting, sea battles are great as well as the ship designs and the merchant trinkets you can buy, but the "alchemy" lists and other things like that are rediculous and finding the "tool box" is a waste of time to find until you get to justice island. Also the pistol/ammo is stupid with some handguns (that blow up after only 2 or 3 shots), officers dont stay very long even if you pay them.
Mr Retro
( 4.3 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 20 maggio
I see that there are a good amount of positive reviews for the game. I just cant understand why, I have tried to play this game and even over look the graphics but just cant seem to get the hang of completing the quests. For instance one quest has you buy a hooker and deliver to a nobleman at night between certain times. Well everytime I goto get the ♥♥♥♥♥ she is never there and there are no quest markers or anything like that to help you. Then I was supposed to fetch some wine for a guard and bring it back to him at certain time and its the same deal with the other quest being hes no where to be found. I really wish I could figure out how to play but I hate watching youtube videos just to figure out how to play.
tUsap
( 40.4 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 maggio
alt+tab = crash
Alexander Extazy
( 111.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 17 maggio
Will keep re-writing reviews until those commuist pigs stop supporting each other.

In a nutshell, Age of Pirates 2 was a better open world atmosphere. Sea Dogs is a closed game with not as much fun as AOP2. Not to mention you need to finish stupid overly-difficult missions to be "free" in the Caribbean. Even that and you still can't capture any ports.

Trade convoys are repetivie and not as interested as in AOP2.

Developer's support is absolute minimum with no wiki available.

The only thing "improved" is less chance of crashing than AOP2... minus the fun open world Caribbean atmosphere which you can't enjoy as much as in AOP2.

Better download the original AOP2 from torrent sites, then for more spice download the Gentlemen of Fortune mods from ModDB.
hastatus
( 70.1 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 13 maggio
It took me about 30 to 60 hours to understand and finally start having fun and overall control in/of the game.

It also took me that long to discover that the space bar also picks up items and opens containers.

Would I recommend?

If you enjoy spending hours to figure something out (and succeed, therefore gaining great satisfaction) then you may consider buying the game.

It is like climbing a mountain. Very steep mountain. But once you get there... possibilities open.
ELMO
( 122.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 8 maggio
I was hating on this game until I started to think like a Russian and found some really great play guides on Youtube. I admit I have been challenged by this piece of work. I almost gave up on it once or twice. Nothing comes easy, you got to work for it m8ty. After about 40 hours of play I rule the seas in my little ship or I run like hell from it. If your an old Sid Myers Pirates Gold person from the early years just after the earths crust cooled this is your game baby! I'm in Pirate bliss but I don't fire this title up unless I have an hour or more to burn. Rememebr to save, frequently! Your going to be in a smaller ship with a smaller crew than you desire. You really got to earn it with this title. Fail to resist the temptation and you will be broke, crew less and ready to give up. Терпение страны
RedKnight
( 39.6 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 7 maggio
A great improvment on the original Sea Dogs with updated combat (fighting both crew and the captian/with items now woot). Lots of stuff you can do on land and at sea.
I have 39 plus hours and enjoyed the last everything but the first 3 hours. I'll explian. The tutorial is F$#K#@! tedious. Look up the guides in the disscussions and save often as they are time senstive. It's a little mind numbing to be running aruond town just saving up money for three hours before you actually hit the open sea. I think the devs wanted to stress you can do a lot in town as well as on the open sea but dang that was rough.

5/7 Recommeded.
Hákon Hagensson
( 23.3 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 6 maggio
I have tried to love this game..but i freakin cant...this game totally hates you....one freakin little mistake and your are gone....the hate is mutual in this one...
The Archduke of Hell
( 59.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 4 maggio
Sea Dogs: To Each His Own, a game of pirates and adventure! And steep learning-curves and frustration! I was going to write a positive review, but after much consideration I cannot bring myself to; This game is not something anyone can pick up and enjoy, no it is quite the opposite. You have to already know how to play an Akella Corsair game to get any enjoyment out of Sea Dogs: TEHO. Though I personally enjoy it, there isn't much good I can say about it.

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"WHAT WERE THEY THINKING WHEN THEY DID X!?" crosses my mind a lot when I dive into this game, there are some truly ♥♥♥♥ poor and outright stupid design choices which absolutely drive me up the wall.

Naval Combat: Without fail the most excruciating part of this game, it is both enjoyable, and truly unbearable. "ridiculous", "slow-paced", "boring", "repetitious" are some of the words I think to myself when ever I get stuck in a 2 hour long battle, you will spend more time firing hopelessly at an enemy, at point blank range MISSING every shot and if on the off chance you actually hit them, it will do ♥♥♥♥-all damage to them, and they will be doing more or less the same thing, but every shot hitting your vessel and destroying your sails and crew, but miraculously not damaging your hull, it is like being stuck in a perpetual state of limbo, there's no way of escaping it. You can't destroy your enemy, you can't surrender, you've just got to pray to Zeus that just maybe the weather will change, they'll sail away, or try to board you (Spoiler: Neither of those things happen.)

Learning Curve: Like I said at the beginning: You need to know how to play a game from the Corsair franchise to even begin playing this game. Keep a guide and a map of the Caribbean handy, otherwise you'll be dead in the water, not knowing where anything is, what to do or how to make it off of the first island. With that said, doing as I suggested still won't get you far as the developers have changed/broken a lot from it's predecessor (Age of Pirates 2: City of Abandoned Ships.)

Skills: I'll get back to you when I actually figure out how they work. It worked in AoP2, doesn't work here. A lot of the time your skills will be drained, and there won't be any indication of what is causing this to happen.

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I few smaller complaints:

Music: Mute it straight away. Gets old fast

Land Combat: Too easy, pretty fun though.

Quests: Escort missions all over the place, and that is all I have to say about that.

Role-Playing: If you were expecting to play the role of a privateer or even a captain serving in a navy like in AoP2: Don't, there is no role playing allowed here.

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By all means buy this game *if* you are a fan of previous Corsair games like AoP2, but to new players that are interested in acquiring this game: Do not buy it. Spare yourself the headaches and tears and torrent Age of Pirates 2: City of Abandoned Ships, far superior and easier to get into and enjoy.
=(e)=flinteryk
( 43.2 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 3 maggio
This game has its ups and downs but over all its a good game, if you ever played age of priates II then youve basiclly played this as they are almost identical other than the story.

The game does crash about once an hour which is easly combated by saving often before leaving a city and when you get to a city during combat if its going well and so on.

ive seen a few complaints from people not knowing how to make any money in the game, and its easy heres how, go south west from the starting port till you hit port royal sail around in curcles till pirates or spanish ships come to attack you. retreat to port royal and let them attack you. once the battle opens they are sitting right next to port royals fort which is nice enough to destroy them, or better yet decrew them in which case board and cap or sink. if the fort does sink the ships collect all floating cargo. then go sell in town your cargo as port royal almost everything is an import and the stuff that isnt is usually illegal or just every day goods you need for your ship. if the goods are illgal even better find a smuggler to sell your goods to. save before this. sell to them and presto some ships can net you 200k profit depending on the cargo. right now im using a war sloop to fight and to take cargo as some times capping a war gally even decrewed can be hard since the captian can kill you one hit at low levels.


the voices in the game are kind of annoying so i generally turn them off and listen to music instead. the AI is dumb as all hell and easy to out manuver or if you have lots of gun powder just drive in a stright line dropping mines for the clueless ai to constantly drive over till they sink. expensive but effective, killed a war gally with a sloop doing so, granted i used 3k gun powder.

over all id give the game a 7/10 due to crashes and poor voice acting and dumb ai. but other than that a great game.
Yervil
( 58.1 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 3 maggio
Ok I'm gonna be honest: This game is really rough around the edges and can sometimes be quite frustrating. I've spent immeasurable hours playing Pirates of the Carribean (basically sea dogs 2) and I still needed to check the guides in the forum and on pirates ahoy to get my head around some of the basic controls and to understand what to look for in quests.

However, once you get through all that, it's a really rewarding experience. Sure they've recycled the lighthouse from POTC and sure the translation is sometimes abysmal and the graphics are pretty much the same as in POTC (a 2003 game), however that is to be expected from a £13 game.

The quests don't guide you as much as you'd like but this is what makes the game even more rewarding for me. Combat is unforgiving and if you haven't saved in a while you WILL regret it. Think of it like dark souls in that manner but simpler, without the gore and you create the checkpoints. This does mean that you might have to revert to multiple previous checkpoints depending how much you messed up. The tutorial is quite long and not as descriptive as a tutorial should be, definitely something that needs to be patched.

Other than that, once you get through those snags, the carribean is your oyster. All those (albeit copy/paste) reviews here on steam still tell the truth. This is a really good game if you like the whole pirate/RPG genre, the fact that I have played 45.9 hours in one week is quite indicative. I wholeheartedly recommend it for the price, would pay £30 if it were decently translated and had a better tutorial, would pay £50 if they also included graphics that were 2008-2010 standard (of course without sacrificing smoothness of play).
Shamitoxx
( 128.0 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 24 aprile
This is one of the best and hardest games to play so far. The game is so big you feel you have to play it everyday to finish your goals. As I said the, game is really REALLY hard when it comes to complete quests and finish the objectives. It requires a lot of patience and it can be completely frustrating. The stories are amazing, and it has a lot of dialoges giving you the ambience of being a pirate. Finally, the joy of boarding other ships, plunder treasures, kill soldiers, pirates and travel all over the caribbean is priceless. I recommend this game, but only for those who really like challenges.
The_Black_Knight
( 0.7 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 22 aprile
Very OLD Akella Pirates game player here, like when "dinosaurs ruled the earth".
I basically played the entire game in Russian before it was released in English offline.

The game series has been around since 2000. Developed by Akella. This is actually the SIXTH game in the series. Sea Dogs, POTC (Sea Dogs Modification, SD2, the bad disney production), Age of Pirates (AoP) , Tortuga - Two Treasures, AoP2:COAS (City of Abandoned Ships) , and POTEHO (SDTEHO). Black Mark Studios has most of the original modders and designs from the original games. SDTEHO has MANY of the same landmarks as COAS and similar quests. Personally, I am partial to COAS for many reasons, but predominantly the freedom to do whatever the hell you want very early.

There are several other distinct subset series mods as well both from Russian (Ukraine), and the the generated POTC Build Mod, Gentlemen of Fortune and "Eras" mods. The one that is most notable is the "Gentlemen of Fortune" (GoF) + Eras which makes the game even more massive in terms of gameplay, but "cryptic" terms of controls and difficulty.

In order to enjoy THIS game, a player has to be willing "take the pain up the bunghole", at least initially anyway.
It is rogue style, you die, you are DEAD.
You will die.
You will get frustrated.
You will get angry.
You will probably curse at your computer.
You will probably curse at Akella / BlackMark Studio developers.
You might even curse in Russian if you know the language.
Save your game, OFTEN.
I do mean A LOT.
You may even have to revert to an earlier stage because you missed something critical.
If you do not and end up on the main screen staring and saying "WTF!" because you just lost 10 hours of gameplay, it is YOUR fault.

I REALLY mean that.
This game can be incredibly unforgiving at times.
I was part of the design production team of the original English release of AoP2: COAS, but passed on the English translation of SDTEHO, because even the updated Storm Engine is not aging well and problems with the original English release. Currently the translation to English is absolutely insanely laughable at times, but most of us left that understand the game engine are probably not going to fix this game in the series this time round as Akella still has not learned their lessons. Additionally, the entire source is not available inside the game anyway as it is ENCRYPTED. Thanks Akella.

There are quests on this particular game that will give you more game rage that you have ever experienced in previous series. "The Gambit" comes to mind, sailing in "real time" and even with time compression is laborious. Most people have not seen the endings of the later games due to difficulty or just throw up their hands and go, "I quit".
"Silly gamers, SDTEHO is not for kids..."

Basically the gameplay provides a very solid RGP single player experience, but the controls are still ARCHAIC, graphics are aging (lack of intiial DirectX 9 support is UNACCEPTABLE this is 2016!), hit detection is average, and this game WILL NOT HOLD YOUR HAND.

There are no "arrows" to guide you.
You need to WRITE DOWN things in order to remember them.
You need to do some research on how to do things, because the game will not tell you how to do them even with the extra long tutorial.
There are a lot of game mechanic concepts that have to be understood UPFRONT.
Combat can be unfair and brutish for the unprepared.
Landmarks and graphics are RECYCLED from all previous games (with some small expanded list of new areas and features such as ships decks).
Items are GREATLY expanded, which magic and alchemy all over the place.
It adds a new twist to the game series.
There are NO FULL VOICE OVERS (that are unrelated to dialogue), so get used to it, or move on.
Failure to read dialogue can result in game failure, and some things are ONLY said ONCE!
You are not in a "Captain Blood" novel here.
You need to earn your place in order to be successful.
You will need to spend a LOT of time in order to build up your skills.
Once you master the mechanics you will have a great time, but that will require about 8-10 hours at least if you have never played the series before.

Age of Pirates Words of Wisdom: "Rewards come to those that are patient".
Can you pass the test?
um_k
( 304.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 20 aprile
This is a RPG sandbox game about Caribbean pirates. It has a good, long main quest and several additional ones, which entangle you in local political intrigues and take many hours to complete. Also this missions allow you to put your hands on some neat unique ships and equipment.

However, we all know, that people play games like this to do pirate stuff: robbing sea trade caravans and burning colonies, searching for pirate treasures, boarding ships, killing people in scores, drinking, gambling and spending money, that you fairly stole from others. And the game allows you to do all of this.

Also you can trade in colonial goods, deposit your money, defend traders and colinies, do some missions for island governors, deliver food for some shipwrecked scum (srsly wtf), even play as Caribbean Uber driver.. I mean Uber captain. But honestly, who does that in a game about pirates?

Before conclusion - several positives and negatives about the game:

pros: you can marry a redhead tomboy cutlass-wielding pirate beauty, who loves you above everything in the world and constantly wants you to bang her.

cons: she isn't real and you realize you (most likely) never find anyone like her irl. Also it gets a bit annoying after she drags you into hired room to have sex with her every time you visit a tavern.

Also game is kinda buggy, crashes from time to time and quest log sometimes is very cryptic, so you'll probably need help to complete them quests.

Conclusion:

10/10 if you don't mind outdated graphics, occasional poor quest design and protagonist's wife's nymphomaniac tendencies.
Nightingale305
( 2.3 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 19 aprile
I would like to preface this by saying that I am a sea dogs fan.
However, I expected the game to be a little more polished honestly, based on all of the reviews. For those that read this, understand that the game is poorly translated from russian, and is by no-means 100% accurate. I want you to imagine that the devs put all of the game's dialogue into google translate, and maybe that will prepare you for the difficulties ahead.
If you played Sea Dogs 2/ Pirates of the Caribbean, the 2003 game published by bethesda, don't expect the same level of quality from this. That is the mistake I made. I understand that for 15 dollars, it is a good game, However, this is far slower than the originals and more difficult, so make your decision wisely.
I'd give this a 4.5/10, if 10 was the aforementioned game.
s0ulw0lf
( 18.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 aprile
se avete giocato al primo sea dogs o se vi piace l'idea di un gdr/avventura nei 7 mari, con la libertà di fare quello che vi pare è il gioco adatto a voi, certo la grafica non è eccezionale ma la tatticità e la bellezza dei combattimenti navali rende questo gioco un must
Nerivon
( 91.2 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 2 aprile
OK, below you'll find my original review, in which I pan this game's opening tutorial (which after 9 hours I hadn't managed to complete. )

NOW, I have completed it, NOW I am playing the actual game, and NOW I'm having fun.

so... for this reason I am providing a new review, but I own my mistakes/history and I have kept the previous negative review below to illustrate that I'm fully aware of my own over-reaction.

The game is Sea Dogs, just as it was, just as it basically should be, once you get to the open world.

I went back a day later after filing the review below, calmed down, opened up the Guide in the Steam Community and went through it step by step doing NOTHING but what I was told to do, in the order the guide layed out, and low and behold, I was able to complete the tutorial. My earlier 9.1 hour fail was the result of me trying to find a way to just "not do" the tutorial, or to figure it out on my own. Let me be clear, I still feel that this is extremely poor for a game developer of any level, to make their tutorial like this. My earlier frustration still applies, SAVE BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING,... EVERY ... DARN... TIME... PERIOD.. because if you don't during the tutorial it is VERY possible to lose the quest, and then you're done, and have to start over.

After getting to the open world, it was a breath of fresh air, though still very difficult to climb out of the starter ship (Lugger). I'm enjoying myself now and a whole series of new frustrations but for the most part these are negligable. The game is worth it, you just have to surrender a couple hours at the start to do the manditory tutorial using a walkthru and resist the urge to do anything else until it's done.

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The single most frustrating and completely pointless "tutorial" ever. Basically if you don't do everything they want you to perfectly, you cannot play the rest of the game. The tutorial is REQUIRED, you MUST complete it or the world does not "unlock". Oh, and by the way, you pretty much "have to" follow a guide, the instructions provided in game are really easy to miss, not detailed in any way and its' really easy to get lost or mess up a quest. THere's no reset there's no pity.

SAVE BEFORE AND AFTER EVERYTHING YOU DO.
I mean everything.

I've got hours into this game... HOURS... trying to follow the guides...

I'm done. It was a waste of money. The people who love this game will call me all kinds of names but... I don't play games so that I can spend all my time googling why's and how's and wtf's I play games to have fun. The fun in this game is locked behind a difficulty wall. I'm not going to waste any more time trying to get there.

For those of you considering purchasing this, if you're into games that are difficult because of their obscurity and it's kind of a rite of passage to acheive things... then great, this is for you.

If you're into games where you get to sail a ship and be a pirate... and you actually want to "do" that on the first night you play this game... guess what... this game is not for you. Don't spend the money.
SonataFanatica
( 9.7 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 31 marzo
For all of you who don't know it yet: this is the fifth game in the Sea Dogs series (originally named "Корсары").
The previous games are titled as follows:

Sea Dogs 1: "Sea Dogs: An Epic Adventure At Sea" (2000)
Sea Dogs 2: "Pirates of the Caribbean" (2003)
Sea Dogs 3: "Age of Pirates: Caribbean Tales" (2005)
Sea Dogs 4: "Age of Pirates: City of Abandoned Ships" (2009)

Back in the day, "Pirates of the Caribbean" (which got the license of the Disney film) was my favourite pirate game of all time. I had played the classics "Pirates!", "Sea Legends", "Big Sea", "1869: History Experience" and many many more before that, but "Pirates of the Caribbean" was the one to keep me entertained for... well... years, actually. It just had everything: sailing, naval battle, exploration of many different areas of the isles on foot, trading, raiding forts and much more. The soundtrack was absolutely enchanting and while the game had a bit of a console feel to it (and a few bugs), it was just amazing. The two "Age of Pirates" games were great as well, but they had no real main story (at least not to the extent of the predecessor) - instead you could create your own character and just be free in the caribbean. Sounded nice on paper, but playing the game felt a bit redundant.
(My REAL problem with those games was the atrocious StarForce copy protection on the disks. I just don't like rootkits on my PC, so I installed them both exactly once and when I grew tired of them, I uninstalled them, never to turn back to them again. "Better go back to Sea Dogs 2", I thought for many years.)

It's been SEVEN YEARS since the last instalment in the series and now there's finally a brand-new game! And thankfully, it offers everything the great "Sea Dogs 2/Pirates of the Caribbean" offered. Here, we FINALLY have the good old feeling of being back in the caribbean. There's only one character to choose, just as in Sea Dogs 2, and it's great because it comes with a strong story hook (no pun intended).

Of course, the game's engine feels exactly like the one from 2003.
Yeah, the voice acting is borderline silly. And yes, apart from SOME(!) high-res textures, the graphics seem like they are from 2006 or something.
And yes, instead of video sequences that tell the story, you get most of the exposition by dialog boxes (almost like in those anime visual novels).
HOWEVER: This really *IS* what the perfect pirate game should feel like. It's a bit wonky, yes, but it's worth every second of your time, without a doubt. Here's why:

Want to sail your ship from island to island with the possibility of switching to real-time every second? You can!
Want to buy and sell ships, freight, loot and other items, equipping the best weapons and armor to improve your stats? Then do that!
Want to explore all the different islands on foot and discover exciting areas? This game has that, and it's gorgeous!
Want to engage in exciting naval battles with the option of boarding enemy ships, attacking the enemy sailors with swords and guns, advancing to the captain's quarters in order to finish him and take over the ship? That's what this game is best at!! :)
Want to raid cities/forts the same way - by attacking them with your fleet and then finishing them off with swords and guns? Heeeell yeah, go for it!!

Up until now, this game hasn't had all that much of attention (let alone media coverage), which is an absolute shame because it clearly deserves it! These developers DESERVE to finally have real success with their creation! So even if it's a pirate game: don't pirate it! Support these guys!!

If you've ever thought "A pirate I was meant to be, trim the sails and roam the sea...", THIS is the perfect game for you!
Chriss
( 3.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 25 marzo
Pros: It looks and plays like the same as Age of Pirates from 2006.
Cons: It looks and plays like the same as Age of Pirates from 2006.
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8 persone su 9 (89%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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58.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 3 maggio
Ok I'm gonna be honest: This game is really rough around the edges and can sometimes be quite frustrating. I've spent immeasurable hours playing Pirates of the Carribean (basically sea dogs 2) and I still needed to check the guides in the forum and on pirates ahoy to get my head around some of the basic controls and to understand what to look for in quests.

However, once you get through all that, it's a really rewarding experience. Sure they've recycled the lighthouse from POTC and sure the translation is sometimes abysmal and the graphics are pretty much the same as in POTC (a 2003 game), however that is to be expected from a £13 game.

The quests don't guide you as much as you'd like but this is what makes the game even more rewarding for me. Combat is unforgiving and if you haven't saved in a while you WILL regret it. Think of it like dark souls in that manner but simpler, without the gore and you create the checkpoints. This does mean that you might have to revert to multiple previous checkpoints depending how much you messed up. The tutorial is quite long and not as descriptive as a tutorial should be, definitely something that needs to be patched.

Other than that, once you get through those snags, the carribean is your oyster. All those (albeit copy/paste) reviews here on steam still tell the truth. This is a really good game if you like the whole pirate/RPG genre, the fact that I have played 45.9 hours in one week is quite indicative. I wholeheartedly recommend it for the price, would pay £30 if it were decently translated and had a better tutorial, would pay £50 if they also included graphics that were 2008-2010 standard (of course without sacrificing smoothness of play).
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8 persone su 9 (89%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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Consigliato
122.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 8 maggio
I was hating on this game until I started to think like a Russian and found some really great play guides on Youtube. I admit I have been challenged by this piece of work. I almost gave up on it once or twice. Nothing comes easy, you got to work for it m8ty. After about 40 hours of play I rule the seas in my little ship or I run like hell from it. If your an old Sid Myers Pirates Gold person from the early years just after the earths crust cooled this is your game baby! I'm in Pirate bliss but I don't fire this title up unless I have an hour or more to burn. Rememebr to save, frequently! Your going to be in a smaller ship with a smaller crew than you desire. You really got to earn it with this title. Fail to resist the temptation and you will be broke, crew less and ready to give up. Терпение страны
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8 persone su 9 (89%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
Consigliato
43.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 3 maggio
This game has its ups and downs but over all its a good game, if you ever played age of priates II then youve basiclly played this as they are almost identical other than the story.

The game does crash about once an hour which is easly combated by saving often before leaving a city and when you get to a city during combat if its going well and so on.

ive seen a few complaints from people not knowing how to make any money in the game, and its easy heres how, go south west from the starting port till you hit port royal sail around in curcles till pirates or spanish ships come to attack you. retreat to port royal and let them attack you. once the battle opens they are sitting right next to port royals fort which is nice enough to destroy them, or better yet decrew them in which case board and cap or sink. if the fort does sink the ships collect all floating cargo. then go sell in town your cargo as port royal almost everything is an import and the stuff that isnt is usually illegal or just every day goods you need for your ship. if the goods are illgal even better find a smuggler to sell your goods to. save before this. sell to them and presto some ships can net you 200k profit depending on the cargo. right now im using a war sloop to fight and to take cargo as some times capping a war gally even decrewed can be hard since the captian can kill you one hit at low levels.


the voices in the game are kind of annoying so i generally turn them off and listen to music instead. the AI is dumb as all hell and easy to out manuver or if you have lots of gun powder just drive in a stright line dropping mines for the clueless ai to constantly drive over till they sink. expensive but effective, killed a war gally with a sloop doing so, granted i used 3k gun powder.

over all id give the game a 7/10 due to crashes and poor voice acting and dumb ai. but other than that a great game.
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39.6 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 7 maggio
A great improvment on the original Sea Dogs with updated combat (fighting both crew and the captian/with items now woot). Lots of stuff you can do on land and at sea.
I have 39 plus hours and enjoyed the last everything but the first 3 hours. I'll explian. The tutorial is F$#K#@! tedious. Look up the guides in the disscussions and save often as they are time senstive. It's a little mind numbing to be running aruond town just saving up money for three hours before you actually hit the open sea. I think the devs wanted to stress you can do a lot in town as well as on the open sea but dang that was rough.

5/7 Recommeded.
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Consigliato
70.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 13 maggio
It took me about 30 to 60 hours to understand and finally start having fun and overall control in/of the game.

It also took me that long to discover that the space bar also picks up items and opens containers.

Would I recommend?

If you enjoy spending hours to figure something out (and succeed, therefore gaining great satisfaction) then you may consider buying the game.

It is like climbing a mountain. Very steep mountain. But once you get there... possibilities open.
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4.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 20 maggio
I see that there are a good amount of positive reviews for the game. I just cant understand why, I have tried to play this game and even over look the graphics but just cant seem to get the hang of completing the quests. For instance one quest has you buy a hooker and deliver to a nobleman at night between certain times. Well everytime I goto get the ♥♥♥♥♥ she is never there and there are no quest markers or anything like that to help you. Then I was supposed to fetch some wine for a guard and bring it back to him at certain time and its the same deal with the other quest being hes no where to be found. I really wish I could figure out how to play but I hate watching youtube videos just to figure out how to play.
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163.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 21 maggio
The Caleuche and The Final Lesson, dont even show up in the "extra content", it starts over again as if the game just came out. i love the game, but the storyline absolutely sucks! without a trainer it's almost impossible to do. as well as get the Navigator and save the Indian later on unless you have tons of cash. The Sailing, land fighting, sea battles are great as well as the ship designs and the merchant trinkets you can buy, but the "alchemy" lists and other things like that are rediculous and finding the "tool box" is a waste of time to find until you get to justice island. Also the pistol/ammo is stupid with some handguns (that blow up after only 2 or 3 shots), officers dont stay very long even if you pay them.
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18.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 22 maggio
I tried to like this game, I really did. It looked liked a good successor of AoP2:CoAS.
The problem is, that the game is too unbalanced. You work hard just to get a weak 5th class ship and for what?? To be constantly harrassed by 4th, 3rd and 2nd class pirate ships?? That just isn't fun.... Oh and the skill progression is so slow that even my dead grandmother is faster than that. AoP2 was full of bugs, yes... but it still was fun and a lot more playable than this. For example, I always got plenty of quest from governors, always something else, but completable. But here??? I get always the same naval missions everywhere, and it really sucks because with that good for nothing lugger I can't finish the quest!! So I'm very sorry, but I don't recommend this game, unless you are patient, and willing to invest hundreds of hours to get something decent.
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28 persone su 30 (93%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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Consigliato
0.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 22 aprile
Very OLD Akella Pirates game player here, like when "dinosaurs ruled the earth".
I basically played the entire game in Russian before it was released in English offline.

The game series has been around since 2000. Developed by Akella. This is actually the SIXTH game in the series. Sea Dogs, POTC (Sea Dogs Modification, SD2, the bad disney production), Age of Pirates (AoP) , Tortuga - Two Treasures, AoP2:COAS (City of Abandoned Ships) , and POTEHO (SDTEHO). Black Mark Studios has most of the original modders and designs from the original games. SDTEHO has MANY of the same landmarks as COAS and similar quests. Personally, I am partial to COAS for many reasons, but predominantly the freedom to do whatever the hell you want very early.

There are several other distinct subset series mods as well both from Russian (Ukraine), and the the generated POTC Build Mod, Gentlemen of Fortune and "Eras" mods. The one that is most notable is the "Gentlemen of Fortune" (GoF) + Eras which makes the game even more massive in terms of gameplay, but "cryptic" terms of controls and difficulty.

In order to enjoy THIS game, a player has to be willing "take the pain up the bunghole", at least initially anyway.
It is rogue style, you die, you are DEAD.
You will die.
You will get frustrated.
You will get angry.
You will probably curse at your computer.
You will probably curse at Akella / BlackMark Studio developers.
You might even curse in Russian if you know the language.
Save your game, OFTEN.
I do mean A LOT.
You may even have to revert to an earlier stage because you missed something critical.
If you do not and end up on the main screen staring and saying "WTF!" because you just lost 10 hours of gameplay, it is YOUR fault.

I REALLY mean that.
This game can be incredibly unforgiving at times.
I was part of the design production team of the original English release of AoP2: COAS, but passed on the English translation of SDTEHO, because even the updated Storm Engine is not aging well and problems with the original English release. Currently the translation to English is absolutely insanely laughable at times, but most of us left that understand the game engine are probably not going to fix this game in the series this time round as Akella still has not learned their lessons. Additionally, the entire source is not available inside the game anyway as it is ENCRYPTED. Thanks Akella.

There are quests on this particular game that will give you more game rage that you have ever experienced in previous series. "The Gambit" comes to mind, sailing in "real time" and even with time compression is laborious. Most people have not seen the endings of the later games due to difficulty or just throw up their hands and go, "I quit".
"Silly gamers, SDTEHO is not for kids..."

Basically the gameplay provides a very solid RGP single player experience, but the controls are still ARCHAIC, graphics are aging (lack of intiial DirectX 9 support is UNACCEPTABLE this is 2016!), hit detection is average, and this game WILL NOT HOLD YOUR HAND.

There are no "arrows" to guide you.
You need to WRITE DOWN things in order to remember them.
You need to do some research on how to do things, because the game will not tell you how to do them even with the extra long tutorial.
There are a lot of game mechanic concepts that have to be understood UPFRONT.
Combat can be unfair and brutish for the unprepared.
Landmarks and graphics are RECYCLED from all previous games (with some small expanded list of new areas and features such as ships decks).
Items are GREATLY expanded, which magic and alchemy all over the place.
It adds a new twist to the game series.
There are NO FULL VOICE OVERS (that are unrelated to dialogue), so get used to it, or move on.
Failure to read dialogue can result in game failure, and some things are ONLY said ONCE!
You are not in a "Captain Blood" novel here.
You need to earn your place in order to be successful.
You will need to spend a LOT of time in order to build up your skills.
Once you master the mechanics you will have a great time, but that will require about 8-10 hours at least if you have never played the series before.

Age of Pirates Words of Wisdom: "Rewards come to those that are patient".
Can you pass the test?
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128.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 24 aprile
This is one of the best and hardest games to play so far. The game is so big you feel you have to play it everyday to finish your goals. As I said the, game is really REALLY hard when it comes to complete quests and finish the objectives. It requires a lot of patience and it can be completely frustrating. The stories are amazing, and it has a lot of dialoges giving you the ambience of being a pirate. Finally, the joy of boarding other ships, plunder treasures, kill soldiers, pirates and travel all over the caribbean is priceless. I recommend this game, but only for those who really like challenges.
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Consigliato
2.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 10 marzo
First some most usefull hints for newplayers :
Check the keys config first, tutorial is weak on explaining those.

R key : time acceleration x 2, press again to return to normal, cant be key-mapped so dont override.
+ / - : time acceleration/decceleration (up to 8 on sea mode, 3 on land, 2.5 on map, and down to 0.5 everywhere), cant be key-mapped. Decceleration is usefull for hard sword fights.

Fencing mode to feint : SHIFT key (default) + LMB = group attack, + MMB : feint + counterattack, + RMB = feint, can be key-mapped in config.

Normal attack mode : LMB : slash, MMB : heavy attack, RMB : pierce

SPACE : block (default mapping)

E : draw/hide weapon (default mapping)

Q : fire pistol (default mapping)

Enter : action menu key (some people completly miss it to open worldmap when in sea mode ie), use arrow keys to navigate within action menu, left/right for choice of actions, up/down to select ships (when on sea mode).

F2 : all purpose game menus (like the inventory menu -> items)

on world map TAB : free camera map scrolling

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- pirate game
- open world
- deep background
- hundreds of hours of quests
- great variety of ships, weapons
- skill based, rpg like
- exploring, privateering, pirating, trading, crafting, upgrading, escorting, boarding, looting, stealing, plundering towns, flag sneaking and much more...

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Having played all title from Seadogs licence since the first one in 2000 (enjoyed all exept AOP1), this one is probably the best.

This is THE pirate game if you want to experience deep adventures, ships and sword fights.

Graphics havent changed much, but the background is there, atmosphere is great and it is what matters.

Much more stability, less crash, less bugs, that is already a lot compared to previous titles! The game runs very smoothly. In 100+h i experienced a dozen CTD only.

A lot of changes compared to Age of Pirate 2, no more skillbooks, but now you have amulets that give temporary bonus. And there is a new crafting system.

Also ship rank requirements have been revised, but you will still need to work your way in navigation before you can afford those huge deck guns.

In general the ergonomy of the game is much better, a new key for looting corpse, no more crew following and blocking you everywhere on deck when it is cleared from ennemies, new muskets and carbine...

After a long wait the game is now in english, sometime very poorly translated and you cant understand anything, but devs are improving this with every patch.

For newcomers i strongly suggest to read the community forum here since the game has no manual, and many features and commands arent shown in tutorial or cant be keymapped (like time acceleration). The game can be frustrating if you never experienced Seadogs, but once you master all its tricks (fencing mode...) it is a very enjoyable game and will bring you hundreds of hours of fun.
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Consigliato
9.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 31 marzo
For all of you who don't know it yet: this is the fifth game in the Sea Dogs series (originally named "Корсары").
The previous games are titled as follows:

Sea Dogs 1: "Sea Dogs: An Epic Adventure At Sea" (2000)
Sea Dogs 2: "Pirates of the Caribbean" (2003)
Sea Dogs 3: "Age of Pirates: Caribbean Tales" (2005)
Sea Dogs 4: "Age of Pirates: City of Abandoned Ships" (2009)

Back in the day, "Pirates of the Caribbean" (which got the license of the Disney film) was my favourite pirate game of all time. I had played the classics "Pirates!", "Sea Legends", "Big Sea", "1869: History Experience" and many many more before that, but "Pirates of the Caribbean" was the one to keep me entertained for... well... years, actually. It just had everything: sailing, naval battle, exploration of many different areas of the isles on foot, trading, raiding forts and much more. The soundtrack was absolutely enchanting and while the game had a bit of a console feel to it (and a few bugs), it was just amazing. The two "Age of Pirates" games were great as well, but they had no real main story (at least not to the extent of the predecessor) - instead you could create your own character and just be free in the caribbean. Sounded nice on paper, but playing the game felt a bit redundant.
(My REAL problem with those games was the atrocious StarForce copy protection on the disks. I just don't like rootkits on my PC, so I installed them both exactly once and when I grew tired of them, I uninstalled them, never to turn back to them again. "Better go back to Sea Dogs 2", I thought for many years.)

It's been SEVEN YEARS since the last instalment in the series and now there's finally a brand-new game! And thankfully, it offers everything the great "Sea Dogs 2/Pirates of the Caribbean" offered. Here, we FINALLY have the good old feeling of being back in the caribbean. There's only one character to choose, just as in Sea Dogs 2, and it's great because it comes with a strong story hook (no pun intended).

Of course, the game's engine feels exactly like the one from 2003.
Yeah, the voice acting is borderline silly. And yes, apart from SOME(!) high-res textures, the graphics seem like they are from 2006 or something.
And yes, instead of video sequences that tell the story, you get most of the exposition by dialog boxes (almost like in those anime visual novels).
HOWEVER: This really *IS* what the perfect pirate game should feel like. It's a bit wonky, yes, but it's worth every second of your time, without a doubt. Here's why:

Want to sail your ship from island to island with the possibility of switching to real-time every second? You can!
Want to buy and sell ships, freight, loot and other items, equipping the best weapons and armor to improve your stats? Then do that!
Want to explore all the different islands on foot and discover exciting areas? This game has that, and it's gorgeous!
Want to engage in exciting naval battles with the option of boarding enemy ships, attacking the enemy sailors with swords and guns, advancing to the captain's quarters in order to finish him and take over the ship? That's what this game is best at!! :)
Want to raid cities/forts the same way - by attacking them with your fleet and then finishing them off with swords and guns? Heeeell yeah, go for it!!

Up until now, this game hasn't had all that much of attention (let alone media coverage), which is an absolute shame because it clearly deserves it! These developers DESERVE to finally have real success with their creation! So even if it's a pirate game: don't pirate it! Support these guys!!

If you've ever thought "A pirate I was meant to be, trim the sails and roam the sea...", THIS is the perfect game for you!
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304.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 20 aprile
This is a RPG sandbox game about Caribbean pirates. It has a good, long main quest and several additional ones, which entangle you in local political intrigues and take many hours to complete. Also this missions allow you to put your hands on some neat unique ships and equipment.

However, we all know, that people play games like this to do pirate stuff: robbing sea trade caravans and burning colonies, searching for pirate treasures, boarding ships, killing people in scores, drinking, gambling and spending money, that you fairly stole from others. And the game allows you to do all of this.

Also you can trade in colonial goods, deposit your money, defend traders and colinies, do some missions for island governors, deliver food for some shipwrecked scum (srsly wtf), even play as Caribbean Uber driver.. I mean Uber captain. But honestly, who does that in a game about pirates?

Before conclusion - several positives and negatives about the game:

pros: you can marry a redhead tomboy cutlass-wielding pirate beauty, who loves you above everything in the world and constantly wants you to bang her.

cons: she isn't real and you realize you (most likely) never find anyone like her irl. Also it gets a bit annoying after she drags you into hired room to have sex with her every time you visit a tavern.

Also game is kinda buggy, crashes from time to time and quest log sometimes is very cryptic, so you'll probably need help to complete them quests.

Conclusion:

10/10 if you don't mind outdated graphics, occasional poor quest design and protagonist's wife's nymphomaniac tendencies.
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10 persone su 13 (77%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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64.9 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 7 marzo
Very good pirate game.
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7 persone su 8 (88%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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91.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 2 aprile
OK, below you'll find my original review, in which I pan this game's opening tutorial (which after 9 hours I hadn't managed to complete. )

NOW, I have completed it, NOW I am playing the actual game, and NOW I'm having fun.

so... for this reason I am providing a new review, but I own my mistakes/history and I have kept the previous negative review below to illustrate that I'm fully aware of my own over-reaction.

The game is Sea Dogs, just as it was, just as it basically should be, once you get to the open world.

I went back a day later after filing the review below, calmed down, opened up the Guide in the Steam Community and went through it step by step doing NOTHING but what I was told to do, in the order the guide layed out, and low and behold, I was able to complete the tutorial. My earlier 9.1 hour fail was the result of me trying to find a way to just "not do" the tutorial, or to figure it out on my own. Let me be clear, I still feel that this is extremely poor for a game developer of any level, to make their tutorial like this. My earlier frustration still applies, SAVE BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING,... EVERY ... DARN... TIME... PERIOD.. because if you don't during the tutorial it is VERY possible to lose the quest, and then you're done, and have to start over.

After getting to the open world, it was a breath of fresh air, though still very difficult to climb out of the starter ship (Lugger). I'm enjoying myself now and a whole series of new frustrations but for the most part these are negligable. The game is worth it, you just have to surrender a couple hours at the start to do the manditory tutorial using a walkthru and resist the urge to do anything else until it's done.

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The single most frustrating and completely pointless "tutorial" ever. Basically if you don't do everything they want you to perfectly, you cannot play the rest of the game. The tutorial is REQUIRED, you MUST complete it or the world does not "unlock". Oh, and by the way, you pretty much "have to" follow a guide, the instructions provided in game are really easy to miss, not detailed in any way and its' really easy to get lost or mess up a quest. THere's no reset there's no pity.

SAVE BEFORE AND AFTER EVERYTHING YOU DO.
I mean everything.

I've got hours into this game... HOURS... trying to follow the guides...

I'm done. It was a waste of money. The people who love this game will call me all kinds of names but... I don't play games so that I can spend all my time googling why's and how's and wtf's I play games to have fun. The fun in this game is locked behind a difficulty wall. I'm not going to waste any more time trying to get there.

For those of you considering purchasing this, if you're into games that are difficult because of their obscurity and it's kind of a rite of passage to acheive things... then great, this is for you.

If you're into games where you get to sail a ship and be a pirate... and you actually want to "do" that on the first night you play this game... guess what... this game is not for you. Don't spend the money.
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3.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 25 marzo
Pros: It looks and plays like the same as Age of Pirates from 2006.
Cons: It looks and plays like the same as Age of Pirates from 2006.
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24.4 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 14 febbraio
Egr. Sig.ri -E della soc. Steam

Mi dispiace scrivere qui queste cose, perchè non è la pagina addetta penso.
M a dall'assistenza non mi era possibile entrare..?.
Non capisco. PERCHE' QUESTO GIOCO ARRIVATO CON L'EDIZIONE INGLESE
(Tutto riportato nella pagina del gioco) -Ho comprato detto titolo in data 13/2- A eur;14.99- ed PURTROPPO E' RIMASTO
IN RUSSO.SONO RIMASTO MOLTO MALE PERCHE' DA STEAM NON ME L 'HO SAREI ASPETTATO. (NON VORREI USARE
ALTRI TERMINI PEGGIORI...SPERO IN UN ERRORE. SALUTI A TUTTI

RENZO LANDI -FIRENZE(EMPOLI)
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474.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 31 gennaio
Perhaps, it is the best game about pirates at this moment.
Sea Dogs: To Each His Own is successor of Sea Dogs (2000), Pirates of the Caribbean (2003) and Age of Pirates: City of Abandoned Ships (2007).

Advantages: interesting storyline, various gameplay, very beautiful atmosphere of 17th century's Caribbean. Many quests, including story missions, have several variants of solution. For the first time at the Sea Dogs series appeared craft and alchemy.

Disadvantages: old graphic and restrictions of old game engine. Do not forget that it's an indi project of amateur stidio.

If you like games about pirates, where you need to think, not just swing a cutlass, if you like bright characters, historical accuracy (many characters are real historical people) - well then, it is a game for you.

9/10 (not 10 points due to old graphic)

P. S. I play Sea Dogs and Age of Pirates series during 5 years, and I hope, that this series of games will continue to evolve.
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215.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 5 febbraio
IT IS ENGLISH EVEN THO STEAM SAYS IT ISNT.
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23 persone su 25 (92%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
Consigliato
102.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 12 febbraio
Do you like pirates? Becauseif you do, you should get this game ASAP.
Yes, the graphics are old, but other aspects are awesome!
Let`s go down the list:
1) Great, and realistic sea combat - you can use different types of ammo to deal damage (bombs can begin fire, shrapnel will tear crew apart )
2) Ground combat mechanics are unique - it`s challenging at first, but when you get used to it, you will ask yourself "Why nobody did this before?"
3) Great role-playing system - It`s got character stats, character perks and ship perks
4) ALOT of micromanagement!
5) Awesome quests, great characters, great artstyle
6) Massive open-world
And a lot more!
And finally devs made english translation! (It took pretty long time)
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