Reviews and Problems with LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean
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Portable blocky fun
Ryan Sil. (Creator of Dynamite Alex for Andro..., Amazon
19 February 2014
Summary: For the longest time, I have not cared too much about the long-running series of Lego games for whatever reason, but thanks to the likes of Lego Batman 2 on the DS and this game, I'm starting to finally get into it all! Better late than never, I suppose. Lego Pirates of the Caribbean is a 3D platformer that focuses a lot on solving a bunch of little puzzles to get through the levels based off of events from the Pirates of the Caribbean movies.
Summary: My son is obsessed with the Lego games on all systems- 3DS, PSP, PS3, and the Wii. I think the play value on this one was a little lower than the other ones out there only because he was able to complete the game in a week. During the time he played, he thoroughly enjoyed it, needing very little help. He laughed at some of the cut scenes, which brought the same comical value as the movies. He liked the different characters and their different abilities.
Summary: This game is great, I love all Lego games and I love this one too. I would highly recommend it to anyone who plays Lego games. thanks. it does not have violence and it is very fun for everyone.
Summary: This has no sharp edges! I like these Lego games a lot. I have the Batman, two Star Wars and Two Indiana Jones. This gave is a bit different because instead of having a character follow the one you control working with you, you only see the one you control and you switch between to ones you need. They stay hidden and don't follow and interact as you go through the game. This one is also much easier.