Reviews and Problems with Pirates of the Caribbean
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LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean
2 August 2011
Conclusion: Though, it still manages to keep the story, letting people know what happens throughout the films, in a 'Finger Puppet' method, where you see drawings of the characters act out certain events, along with the usual silent talking LEGO characters. Though I have played through very little of the game so far, it has certainly been very entertaining, and I recommended people not only getting the game, but setting aside a few hours to play it, because it is well worth it...
Excerpt: Lego games are always stuffed with hidden toy treasures. What could be more natural than sending rowdy pirates to plunder it? Lego Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game splits four movies into 20 episodes of light-hearted action and puzzle-solving. As ever, much of the gameplay involves merrily bashing the world to bits, then rebuilding with whatever rubble remains.
Pros: + Some surreal scenarios and LOL Lego-style plot re-creations., + Lots of hidden goodies and unusual special abilities give Free Play mode tons of replay value.
Cons: - Dull swordplay; some very arbitrary puzzles; stalking buried treasure is tedious; no online co-op., ? Does Davey Jones’ tentacled face make you crave a <i>Lego Cthulhu</i>, too?
Conclusion: LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean is a refreshing reboot, at least in my mind, to an ailing, overused franchise. Packed with adventure, excitement and just about everything you would expect from a Pirates' film, Disney Interactive Studios and their developers hit a home run with this release.
Conclusion: I wanted this game to be more of a challenge. I was hoping that this game would be the one title that stood out from the rest of movie/games, but I was let down. Let us just be grateful that there are not any more Pirates’ movies left to do.
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End UK Review
22 May 2007
Conclusion: Movie tie-ins are invariably the kiss of death for videogames and even Captain Jack Sparrow can’t escape this time. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End isn’t a terrible game but it lacks any real innovation and falls short when it comes to being fresh and, ultimately, enjoyable. The combat quickly becomes and the boss battles lack depth, plus each level plays pretty much the same as the last.
Pirates of the Caribbean Review:- A Treasure . . . . Or A Curse ? – you decide.
10 February 2014
Excerpt: “` I still remember my excitement as a kid when I first sat in the boat on the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland. I must have waited four or five times to ride it again and again. Then I grew up. When I last went several years ago the ride seemed to have lost its gloss, the special effects weren’t magical anymore, and the excitement I had felt so strongly turned to profound disappointment.
Excerpt: Another Lego game based around a major children’s movie franchise! Brilliant! No, really. The Lego games from Traveller’s Tales are that rarest of beast, a game aimed at the younger audience that us reviewers don’t have to justify poor quality releases with the caveat “it’s for kids”.
Summary: Ende Mai startete in allen Kinos der dritte Teil um die Saga von Captain Jack Sparrow gespielt von Johnny Depp. Der Film avancierte zum absoluten Kassenschlager und machte die Trilogie zu einer der größten Erfolgsstorys Hollywoods. Dies lag nicht zu letzt an dem immensen Budget von 665 Mio. $ für die gesamte Trilogie, wobei die letzte Episode ganze 300 mio. $ verschlang.
Pros: + vielseitiges Kampfsystem, + gute Filmumsetzung, + abgestimmte Soundkulisse, + hohes grafisches Niveau, - linearer Levelaufbau, - Kämpfe manchmal zu undynamisch, - keine Neuerungen oder Innovationen, - Kein Multiplayer-Modus
Pirates of the Caribbean: Am Ende der Welt – Review
21 December 2012
Summary: Bis heute sind insgesamt drei Teile von “Fluch der Karibik” im Kino erschienen. Ein vierter Teil wurde ebenfalls bekannt gegeben und soll voraussichtlich im Mai 2011 in den Kinos zu sehen sein. Jedoch waren Captain Jack Sparrow und seine gefürchteten Piratenfreunde bisher nur vor der Leinwand zu sehen. Dank Disney Interactive erlebt man das Abenteuer hautnah vor dem Fernseher. Mitte 2007 veröffentlichte der Entwickler das erste Spiel zum Film.