Reviews and Problems with Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game
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2 May 2015
Summary: Legos are a infinite fountain of ideas. Now the game franchise extends it's tentacles around pirates. Jerry Bruckheimer's crown jewel is a fitting platform for Lego license and this game requires more wits than button mashing abilities.
Summary: Sorry for the mistakes, I'm french and my english is far from perfect. Pirates of the Caribbean was my first entry in the lego series and let's say it right now i felt in loved with lego games thanks to it.
Summary: As far as lego games go, this is great. It has the same music as in the films, the graphics are good, and the 3D effect is great, though often isn't present in cutscenes. You can play as different characters from the films, each with their various own abilities.
Summary: I have played lots of Lego games like Lego Star Wars series and Lego Indiana Jones, etc. But on the 3DS which i bought new a coupled of weeks ago, i bought the new Lego Pirates of the Caribbean.
Summary: I got this game expecting quite a bit. The levels for this game are fun but sometimes the environments really don't change much. Don't get me wrong it's a beautiful game but it needs a little more varied environments.
Summary: Having loved many of the previous Lego interpretations of classic films, and also loving the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, I expected to adore this game. Perhaps I set my expectations a little too high, because what I got was a good, but not great platformer.
Summary: Another great game in the ever growing Lego franchise though I feel the formular is getting rather old and is need of some new tricks it is still fun game none the less. The platforming needs tightening up too along with the surprising lack off the level editor that was incorporated in Harry potter...