Reviews and Problems with LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean
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Great for 1 player
Jennessa Faulkner, Amazon
11 February 2014
Summary: It is a great one player game but the evolving split-screen is terrible. Two player mode is basically unusable and totally frustrating. The extra characters are not as "smart" as in the other Lego games I've played and they are in your way a lot. Other than that, it is a lot of fun.
Summary: I bought this because my mate at work harps on about Lego games all the time. It was ok. But there were bugs galore. Intolerable when you work in software! Sheesh. Sorry. Shouldn't be so damming. Go for it, it's a laugh.
Summary: I find if you play 2 players then the second screen shows the ceiling/trees and no matter where you direct your character it doesn't go in that direction but as a single player it's as good as the rest of the Lego series
Summary: My partner is not a gamer, but there is one franchise that she loves - the LEGO games. We have in our time played and completed them all from `Star Wars' all the way to `Harry Potter' (and seemingly back again). The series of games have all been pretty similar - 2 player local co-op, platforming, cartoon fighting, building and finding hidden items.
Summary: Travellers Tales have been extremely busy recently, churning out Lego games like there's no tomorrow. After Lego Star Wars III was released back in March, it was announced that Lego Pirates would be coming to the consoles to celebrate the fourth film being released in cinemas. So does Lego Pirates live up to expectations and do Travellers Tales outdo themselves here?
Summary: It's an enjoyable little game, but far too short. The other Lego computer games have been longer with more things to find and solve. But the characters are a hoot - especially Jack. Although with his walk/run it did make me feel slightly queasy the first time playing him. 3 stars from me. ...
Summary: If you have played the other lego games, this one offers more of the same, puzzles, picking up lego pieces and the ability to play co-operatively, with a split screen when in two player mode. The game can be played through in story mode and then you can go back in free play as various characters to find hidden items and areas.
Summary: Received this game as promised by Amazon on day of release, and the wife has managed to complete the Four film based story modes in about 10 hours, despite the constant freezing and glitching at various points of different levels. My only hope is that once PSN comes back online, patches will be available to correct this side of the game. All the usual character driven puzzle solving is there and the lego themed humour is also again woven excellently into the game.