Reviews and Problems with LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean
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Review: Lego Pirates of the Caribbean Game
30 April 2012
Excerpt: When I saw that Lego was making a Pirates of the Caribbean Video Game, I had two immediate concerns. First, games based on movies frighten me – I’ve already seen the movie, and I don’t need to act it out again in video game fashion. And second, Legos to me are a tactile experience – I’ve never for the live of me understood why I’d want to play with Legos on a console.
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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".
Lego Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game Review
10 May 2011
Excerpt: Charm. It's an elusive virtue, but developer Traveller's Tales loads its Lego games with so much of the stuff that it's as if it mines it from an endless source. Lego Pirates of the Caribbean is yet another delightful take on cinematic subject matter, and it's bound to get even the most jaded players to guffaw at its adorable visual storytelling.
Pros: Silly touches are good for giggles, Lovely backgrounds, Smashing blocks and collecting studs is still addictive
Cons: Poor visual cues lead to aimlessness and frustration, Respawning enemies can make puzzle solving a chore, No online play, Large party size emphasizes stupid AI
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.