White writes: Early previews made it look like Majesco had a hit on their hands and Pirates PlundARRR does do a lot of things right. It takes a tried-and-true formula and creates a new experience that feels familiar, comfortable and easy to pick up and play. It features a great artstyle, a long campaign and quite a few enemy and weapon variations. There is a lot of fun to be had as a co-op adventure but the uneven leveling system, repetitive gameplay and a lack of online play can make finishing the game feel more like a chore. The best way to play Pirates PlundARRR is with a group of friends and in small spurts, maybe two or three levels at a time. Trying to finish the game in a couple of days by yourself will just make you feel like you’re being keelhauled.