Tempest: Pirate Action RPG

Tempest: Pirate Action RPG

Q: Why is being a pirate so addictive?

A: Because when ye lose yer hand, ye get hooked!

‘Tempest: Pirate Action’ takes us to a timescape where the tantalizing tall tales of tanalised tallship tars turn true! This is one of my favourite PC games to date, along with ‘The Pirate: Caribbean Hunt’ and ‘Naval Action’. That’s partly because I love square-rigger sailing ships and 1700s maritime history and lore. Of these three games, I consider Tempest the most imaginitive and atmospheric.

This open world game is much better than I expected, based on the YouTube reviews. Various aspects of the game have been much improved since those reviews were posted. The ship-capturing boarding action, for example, is now vastly better, with fully mobile, realistic fighting characters, one of which, you fully control, so you can take part in the melee, close and personal, from a 3rd-person perspecive. That’s something that neither ‘Naval Action’ nor ‘The Pirate: Caribbean Hunt’ can boast.

Real player with 204.5 hrs in game

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Score : 55-60/100

Unfortunately it is ““NOT”” a full pirates game.

If you’re looking for a real pirates game this one will disappointed you.

Good points:

  • Graphic is acceptable

-Ship easy upgrade

-Some of the special items were good designed

-Ship fighting is ok ( Only to those who just enjoy firing cannon balls )

-Auto picking up design

-Time speed up design

Weak points :

***One of the greatest weak point is : this game have “NO” save and worst of all …….there’re traps that didn’t looks like a trap that we will lost 1/4 or even 1/2 of our most experience crews without warning !!!!! 0 . Though we can still play the game without a save file.

Real player with 148.2 hrs in game

Tempest: Pirate Action RPG on Steam

Factory pirates

Factory pirates

its unrefined with no tutorial of any kind and the only benefit of playing the game is to get accessories that don’t work.

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

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Thank you Kanye, very cool!

Real player with 1.0 hrs in game

Factory pirates on Steam

Furious Seas

Furious Seas

Very impressive game so far. I recommend it over many VR games out there.


-Controls are easy to understand and use.

-No motion-sickness and is a game that can be played standing or sitting.

-Graphics are great, I really like the wave effects and sky

-Cannons load at a perfect speed. Any slower or faster and it might make it too difficult or easy.

-Collect items after defeating enemies, some of which are temporary weapons, gold, and health.

-The constant wind, whichever way you are sailing, is good to keep the game moving. If true wind directions were used, many players would be like sitting ducks in the headwind.

Real player with 7.7 hrs in game

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Highly recommended, even in its current state it’s in. There’s three chapters to the game where it welcomes you into the first, pits you against a fun ‘Demon Sisters’ run on the second, and an interesting third leaving room for more fun chapters and campaign fun. Even if it’s a demo, it’s great fun with many more things planned for the game. When you boot up the game you’re basically standing at a shipwreck with the wheel, bell, and a firing turret which makes this an interactive menu, something I praise highly. To your right you’ll find your objectives sinking three bosses with a funny skeleton posing next to the chest. The game is interesting in that semi-realistic yet arcade manner where you have to jump between steering, firing both side guns, while even (by choice) raising and lowering the sails with the two bells with 1 on either side of the wheel.

Real player with 4.0 hrs in game

Furious Seas on Steam

Lone Pirate VR

Lone Pirate VR

I realize it when games want a particular “play space” to make sure that your experience is best. Through most of them still have some sort of movement. Being stuck in the same spot without any ability to Virtualy move is kinda anoying. just add any movement options so i can enjoy the game you built.

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

The concept is good, graphics are fine… i expected something simple but fun.

But things are clunkier than i expect, playspace doesnt seem to fit into your real space size, leaving things in positions where real world things get in the way…

Cannons have a really weird/awkward/small movement.

Coop worked fine, but if one dies its a pain to find him again. (tried to play with my kid, but even if he loves pirates, he didnt quite enjoy this one)

I think with a couple of updates to fix the most annoying issues, and adding some qol things would go a long way.

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

Lone Pirate VR on Steam

Pirates Are BLANKing Awesome

Pirates Are BLANKing Awesome

The contents of my review are in this linked video. Yes, I stand 100% by my opinion. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xo8KMu_yNwU

Real player with 2.1 hrs in game

Pirates Are BLANKing Awesome is an awkward top-down shooter that involves no skill, only luck. Movement feels non-responsive, and enemies will fire 5-10 bullets before you can even see them. 4/10


Real player with 0.4 hrs in game

Pirates Are BLANKing Awesome on Steam

Pirates on Deck VR

Pirates on Deck VR

Get on board and sail the seven seas. Enemy pirates and dangerous monsters are all over your ship!

Don’t let anyone stand in your way. Shoot with your pistols or battle with your cutlass. Master the cannons with your commands and crush enemy ships.

Shoot treasure chests to unlock new weapons or discover other surprises to assist you on your way to victory.

Pirates on Deck VR is an arcade wave shooter for all ages, featuring local leaderboards and progressive difficulty.

Pirates on Deck VR on Steam

Assassin’s Creed® IV Black Flag™

Assassin’s Creed® IV Black Flag™

Easily the best AC game in the franchise! sailing around on your own ship, plundering treasure and boarding enemy ships, while upgrading your ship to fight forts, and become the greatest pirate… so much fun! I could play this over and over again. 10/10 would recommend :)

Real player with 86.7 hrs in game

O I thought I heard the old man say

Leave her, Johnny, leave her!

Tomorrow you will get your pay

And it’s time for us to leave her!

Leave her, Johnny, leave her!

Oh, leave her, Johnny, leave her!

For the voyage is long and the winds don’t blow

And it’s time for us to leave her!

Oh the wind was foul and the sea ran high

Leave her, Johnny, leave her!

She shipped it green and none went by

And it’s time for us to leave her!

Leave her, Johnny, leave her!

Oh, leave her, Johnny, leave her!

Real player with 79.8 hrs in game

Assassin’s Creed® IV Black Flag™ on Steam

Disney Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End

Disney Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End

“Disney Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End” is a pretty good port of PS2 game.

Despite it’s name - the game have actually a bit of “Dead Man’s Chest” and “At Worlds End” in term of story and it is a way more simplified version of the movie plot as you may guess.

Also the game takes only certain key scenes so if you didn’t watch movies you will be confused as f*ck while playing this game.

I want to point out - for a simple Disney movie tie-in video game

developers did a really good job with overall gameplay and level variety.

Real player with 11.5 hrs in game

Tags: 3PAA - Third Person Action Adventure

Additional Tags: Delete Local Content & Remove from Library

TLDR: Corridor leverpull. Primitive arkham style fighting. Superficial thin story. Button mashing oriented. Pass.

The game established a gameplay loop fairly early on of fighting a few guys, pulling a lever, getting a short dialogue or cutscene. Most of the dialogue is fluff and activities aside from reaching the end of the level include finding easter egg like optional areas in which you can free additional prisonners for completionism sake. You can also grab gold which I was not clear on its use, and you can pick food items.

Real player with 10.7 hrs in game

Disney Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End on Steam

HoD: On open seas

HoD: On open seas

I know it’s less than a dollar, but this is an unfinished alpha that should be in Early Access or—since it’s been unfinished for 3 years now—delisted from the Steam Store.

There’s a lot of ambition and work here—far better than I could currently do on my own—but it’s tough to get though. I’m a huge pirate fan, so I’m constantly searching for good pirate games. This unfortunately isn’t one of them. Sadly, it could have been, if finished and polished.


Real player with 5.0 hrs in game

Initially, I managed to play the first level of this game, and that was as far as I got before I received the message, “Unfortunately, this is how far you’ll get for now.. However, you are now a part of something that we believe in and we won’t stop until this game has reached it’s full potential. We are going to release a new chapter every Sunday”. I waited for a few weeks and went back to the game. I was able to get a tiny bit further on the next attempt but ran into another roadblock. I’ve done every quest, walked around every square foot of the game area, and I can’t find anyway to continue on. I was wiling to forgive the poor controls and bad user interface, but it’s extremely frustrating that the game is unfinished. Do not waste your time with this game. It has promise but not in it’s current state.

Real player with 3.0 hrs in game

HoD: On open seas on Steam

Pirate Hell

Pirate Hell

Played for 3.5 hours, game glitched and crashed. When I reloaded the game my save file was gone and I had to start over. Played a few more hours, shut game off for the night and when I reloaded the game in the morning my save game was again gone. This and the fact that the game has little content warrant a THUMBS DOWN!

Real player with 7.6 hrs in game

Simple and fun to play pirate o’the high seas simulator. There’s a mission-driven storyline but missions are replayable or you can just sail around pirating (or helping) random ships.

You can build up your town and customise your ship or earn new ones including a (not very) secret ship.

Good fun for the price of a few of bottles of beer!

Real player with 5.9 hrs in game

Pirate Hell on Steam