Reviews and Problems with LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean
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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".
Excerpt: The Pirates of the Caribbean movie series is full of adventure, swashbuckling and all kinds of acrobatics – good stuff for a game. And in LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean, you get to play through all four Pirates movies, including the latest, On Stranger Tides. While the game is very good at times, they haven’t improved the patented LEGO gameplay very much.
Pros: Relive action from all the movies; fun swordplay and barrel rolling; many characters.
Cons: Puzzles sometimes are too easy; game can feel repetitive; no online multiplayer.
Excerpt: I know what you are thinking, another boring LEGO game with the same gameplay, the same graphics and the same muffled dialogue. Well if we are going to go into specifics, since the LEGO gaming franchise took off in 1997 this is the 40th game in the series.
Excerpt: Lego Piratas das Caraíbas tem como base o fio narrativo da saga cinematográfica e segue o princípio da série de videojogos da Lego. Quem conhece sabe que a mecânica de jogo é muito simples e intuitiva. Desta forma seguimos as sequências mais importantes da história dos quatro filmes, em que o objectivo é destruir tudo o que nos vai aparecendo, coleccionar botões, dobrões ou até pequenos navios dentro de garrafas entre outros objectos.
Pros: Diversão garantida e vastas áreas para poder explorar
Cons: Nenhuma inovação para a série em si e puzzles genericamente demasiado simples