Reviews and Problems with LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean
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Review: Lego Pirates of the Caribbean Game
7 July 2011
Excerpt: Well, in this case I needn’t have worried on either account, and this fact is made clear right from the opening sequence. Yes, it starts with a Lego reenactment of the first scene from Curse of the Black Pearl. But then, just when the viewer thinks he knows what’s going to happen next, the Lego figures pull a fast one and do a little pirate dance – and it’s AWESOME.
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LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game (PS3) - Review
15 June 2011
Excerpt: We are one step closer to the day where we can expect weekly releases of licensed Lego titles. This time it's Lego Pirates of the Caribbean , based on the blockbuster movie franchise, based on a classic Disney Land ride, which itself is based on a poor understanding of what life as a pirate was like. Traveler’s Tales and Disney Interactive teamed up to make this game, coinciding with the release of the fourth film, "Pirates of the Caribbean On Stranger Tides".
Conclusion: Even if the game doesn't turn out well, or if Pirates of the Caribbean just isn't your thing, don't worry: A new LEGO Star Wars game will come out this year as well (it's based on the Clone Wars animated series, and it's due next month). Also, Pirates is the first Disney franchise Traveller's Tales has LEGO-ified, which opens to the door to a whole world of adaptable movies.
Excerpt: Traveller's Tales looks to be returning to familiar territory with its adaptation of Pirates of the Caribbean, but will it be another winner for the popular franchise? We take an early look at the adventures of LEGO Jack Sparrow in our latest preview.