Während des goldenen Zeitalters der Piraten erhalten Sie nun die Gelegenheit zum Piratenkönig aufzusteigen und über die Karibik zu herrschen. Einen und beherrschen Sie die drei Piratenfraktionen: Piraten, Korsaren und Freibeuter.
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Veröffentlichung: 2. Aug. 2011

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Während des goldenen Zeitalters der Piraten erhalten Sie nun die Gelegenheit zum Piratenkönig aufzusteigen und über die Karibik zu herrschen.

Einen und beherrschen Sie die drei Piratenfraktionen: Piraten, Korsaren und Freibeuter. Sie müssen letztendlich diese Einheit wahren und nutzen, um gegen die feindlichen Piraten von Black Cove zu bestehen.

Managen und entwickeln Sie Teile dreier Festungen und besuchen Sie sie, um Fraktions- und Kampagnenmissionen zu starten. Besuchen Sie den Alchemisten, um herauszufinden welche speziellen Zutaten für die seltsamsten Zaubertränke benötigt werden und machen Sie sich auf in das Abenteuer, diese Zutaten aufzutreiben.

Einen Sie drei Piratenfraktionen, erhalten Sie Zugang zu deren Heldeneinheiten, überwältigen Sie die Piraten von Black Cove und werden Sie letztendlich zum König aller Piraten. Falls Sie natürlich das Zeug dazu haben.


  • Bereisen Sie diese offene Welt mit Ihrer Piratencrew und erledigen Sie Missionen zu hoher See
  • Werden Sie berühmt und berüchtigt, um sich ihrem ultimativen Ziel zu nähern: König aller Piraten zu sein
  • Kämpfen Sie gegen die Piraten von Black Cove und anderen Kolonialmächten zu Land und zu Wasser
  • Wählen Sie Ihren Charakter aus verschiedenen Piraten-Kapitänen aus, jeder mit ihm eigenen Fähigkeiten und Eigenschaften
  • Nutzen Sie einige der seltsamsten Waffen der Piratenwelt zu Land und auf dem Wasser zu Ihrem Vorteil
  • Unterschiedliche Einheiten und Waffen erlauben Ihnen die Schlachten ganz nach Ihrem Geschmack zu schlagen


    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Prozessor: 2,0 GHz Core Duo oder vergleichbarer Prozessor
    • Speicher: 2 GB RAM
    • Festplatte: 4 GB frei
    • Grafikkarte: GeForce 8600 oder vergleichbar Grafikkarte (256 MB Speicher & Unterstützung für Pixelshader 3.0)
    • DirectX®: 9.0
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0 Soundkarte
    • Zusätzliche Anforderungen: 3-Tasten-Maus, Tastatur und Lautsprecher
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14 von 21 Personen (67%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
19.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 2. Oktober 2015
Pirates of the Black Cove is game that tries to be many things but it fails in every aspect.

The high point of the game is ship fighting but that isnt that great since you can only choose a few special weapons to diversify the combat but it is mostly just firing canons with no boarding to speak of besides the special catapult that you put in your ship to throw men in order to capture ships which isnt very fun to be honest. The ships also sail very slowly which can make traveling in the game world quite painfull only later in the game you get faster ships that becames a little more bearable.

The game also forces you to play ground combat to progress the story but there isnt exp or anything like that and the only viable tactic if you can call it that is jut select all units and focus on an single enemy. So most of the times you get ground combat you just wish that ends quickly because it is torture. There is unit variety but you can only have 3 diferent sets of unit per captain and the game doesnt give controls to select diferent groups of units so really your only choice is selecting everyone and defeat a enemy one by one.

The story is just bland and the voice acting is quite bad. The game tries to be funny but it is just dry jokes that are delivered by bad voice acting or by pieces of test you find in the game world. There is 3 diferent starting captains that you can choose from but the lines are all the same just perfomed by diferent actors, the characters have diferent background stories in text but in game the story is all the same.

Overall the game is just painfull to play, I finished the game but it just felt like torture after awhile, the ship fighting was bearable but the ground combat is just awfull.
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0 von 2 Personen (0%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14. September 2015
dont like it
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2 von 37 Personen (5%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
17.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 5. August 2014
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70 von 77 Personen (91%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
25.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11. April 2015
I want to love this game, I really do but this has to be the worst game I've ever played due to a lack of support, bugs, glitches and a very lacking game in general.

When I first started this game up I had no idea what to expect never having played a pirate themed game before. The first problem was the voice over's. Terrible.

I got into the game and found it rather basic but did enjoy it's subtle charm. I realise that the land missions were a bit dated but honestly the sailing around I had no problem with at all. Once I had the hedgehog (best ship in the game IMO) my enjoyment went up even more. Unfortunately this is the only good thing I'll be saying about this game.

When I hit the half way mark I realised some of the achievements were buggy and had not unlocked for things I had gone for. After multiple attempts some of them unlocked. I realise achievements aren't for everyone but if I can grab a couple while I'm playing and enjoying a game I see it as a "misc quest" of sorts.

Shortly after this issue I came across another. When I opened the menu in game and tried to save my game I would CTD. I played around with it for an hour trying to fix the issue by reloading, going to new areas, etc and nothing worked. I never needed to use the in game load option but that also bugged out and caused a CTD.

I discovered during my testing that at least the game auto saved when leaving land so I had an annoying way to at least progress to finish the game.

The I came to worst problem I've ever come across in a game ever. The final mission is broken. So badly that even if you get past the first bug or issue there are another 4 waiting for you. I re loaded and tried multiple things multiple times and nothing worked. Oh and this issue, it's been un answered and around since 2011. Everywhere I looked all I found was more people with the same issues and a lucky few, had issues beyond where I was up to in the final mission. All in all I found 5 different common game breaking bugs with the final mission. I cannot get past the second out of the five of them.

Overall I wanted to love this game, I forgave its poor design choices on the land maps, I got use to the terrible voice over's and surprisingly I even got use to having to use the auto save feature. The fact that the final mission is that much of a problem for so many people is unacceptable. Especially since nothing has been done about it for so long and the game is still available for purchase. 0/10
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60 von 74 Personen (81%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
6 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
23.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29. Dezember 2013
I like this game! Its very colourful, its not meant to be a historical recreation of pirating & its addictively fun!

Your character starts off with a ship, a crew & a pirate base to sail from. The game is mostly quest-driven, the goal being to complete quests for the different factions in the game (there are three), which rewards you with gold & reputation with that respective faction. The ultimate goal is to unite the three factions in order to take on the dreaded Black Cove Pirates & then become the Pirate King. Your character gains experience & reputation along the way, which unlock new skills. Your ship can be upgraded to become ever more powerful & you can recruit a pirate army to help you plunder colonies around the Caribbean. I found that the game mechanics were quite intuitive & its not a game you need to spend hours poring over a manual or practicing detailed tutorials just to play.

Sea combat is very easy & basic, but I have found it to be less cumbersome than the mechanics in "Sid Meier's Pirates! Gold". If this game were only about sailing around, fighting other ships & plundering gold from their wreckage, it would be a boring game. But it isn't. Its about questing, accomplishing missions, gaining rewards & experience, & following a storyline. That keeps it interesting & fun & not too serious, enough to hold the player's attention. There are loads of corny pirate jokes to be picked up in bottles floating in the sea so you might even get a laugh out of it. I think the developers have done a lot of work trying to make the game as least serious as possible, to make it a fun game to play rather than a simulation.

At the price that its being offered on Steam, in my opinion it is worth the money. Its becoming one of my most enjoyable games to play :)
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