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- Explore familiar locations filled with interactive LEGO objects and encounter more than 70 memorable and new characters
- The LEGO Caribbean is full of danger; intense sword fighting moves give the LEGO mini figure a brand new pirate flavor
- You will need all your pirate cunning to find the hidden LEGO treasures and discover the game's many secrets
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LEGO® Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game is an action adventure game that brings the Pirates of the Caribbean world and all its colorful characters to life in LEGO Brick form. Players will experience all the memorable scenes from the first three films, as well as those in the upcoming fourth film, "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides," in the humorous and quirky LEGO Video Games style.
About Disney Interactive Studios
Disney Interactive Studios, part of Disney Interactive Media Group, is the interactive entertainment affiliate of The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS). Disney Interactive Studios self publishes and distributes a broad portfolio of multi-platform video games and interactive entertainment worldwide. The company also licenses properties and works directly with other interactive game publishers to bring products for all ages to market. Disney Interactive Studios is based in Glendale, California, and has internal development studios around the world. For more information, log on to http://www.disneyinteractivestudios.com.
Platform: Nintendo DS
Top Customer Reviews
The concept of the game is about the same as the others. Go through each level collecting the various items, knuts, etc. in order to get to 100% and purchase characters and red legos. The levels are actually a lot shorter than in the other games, and hardly seem to take up any time at all. This is a bit disappointing, and yes, makes it easier to save the game if you have to do something else, but the other ones have much longer levels, especially since there are only 4 levels per movie in this game.
Another huge disappointment had to be the lack of minigames. Most of the lego games have mini games you can play outside of the levels, and so far I have yet to discover any of them. This is a huge disappointment to me because I actually love the mini games. It's like you get two games for the price of one because you can play the main levels and then play smaller games too. As far as I can tell, this game has none, which is hugely disappointing.
I think this game could have been amazing, but instead they rushed to put something together with the new movie coming out, and yes, the new movie is included in the game as well. If you like the other lego games, you will probably like this one, at least to play and have something decent to do. In my opinion, Harry Potter lego is still the best because the graphics are decent, you use the stylus to conduct spells, and in this one, you don't even need the stylus at all, kind of defeating the whole purpose of it being a Nintendo DS game.
My son initially found this game much more difficult to play. It is my fault i admit, i didnt notice the E for everyone rating with the 10+. Anyway, after the first week he wasn't much interested in it. But after i showed him a bit of the game play ( i love the game myself ) he is playing it well. He still occasionally needs help when he is stuck with one of the puzzles or cant figure out what to do next, but overall he loves it.
As for the comments about the blurry graphics in the cut scenes they are correct. Its not a reason to avoid the game, but is a bit disappointing. They could have definitely done better in this area.
PROS : The music selections from the movies are fun to listen to while you play. Jack Sparrow....LOVE HIM!!! Lego really nailed his character...with his running while leaning back, arms flailing. The game play is fairly straight forward.....running around looking for cursed coins, ships in the rum bottles, etc. I like the layout of the bottom screen, showing all your players available....changeable with the L and R buttons.
CON : The ONLY things that bug me are the little movie clips between the levels. They ARE a little blurry and could be cleaned up a bit. But I definitely wouldn't NOT buy the game based on this.
I'm finding this game to be pretty easy....but very entertaining. Played it WHILE watching Pirates 3....really fun to watch LEGO's version of the scenes and then the same movie scene on TV. My 6 (almost 7) year old son is playing this game too and he is finding some of it to be difficult. But it is the same with all Lego games for him. He is finding this much easier than LEGO Star Wars Clone Wars.
Overall....LOVE this game! Our copy came with a little Jack Sparrow LEGO figure that my son carries around with him all the time.
Second. My son is 7 yrs old. He's beat Lego Harry Potter Yrs. 1-4, Indiana Jones 1 and 2 and Star Wars. BUT it took him days, even weeks for some of it. He beat Lego Pirates in just a few hours. He still enjoys it, but not at the level he would have if it was challenging to any extent at all.
You should buy it if you are a Lego game fan, buy it here and save yourself some money. It's not worth the extra 5 to 25 bucks you will spend getting it right now at the store. Just don't expect a really challenging game.
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. As far as 3D platformers go, there isn't anything remarkably unique about the game, but the simplicity of its mechanics actually kinda helps make it stand out. There may be enemies lurking around in some places, but trust me when I say the puzzle elements are the main focus...And they work rather well.
It's cool watching your Lego-ized character build stuff or paths with Legos, and it's surprisingly really satisfying to smash Lego objects in the environments and collect cogs. There's a lot of little things in the game that make the overall experience feel pretty great.
There are nevertheless a few things to pick on. The game's cutscenes, while neat, don't really explain the plot to well (considering the characters can't even talk). The game is also anything but remotely difficult in terms of challenge. Lastly, there's the handheld-exclusive quicktime events that occur when swordfighting an opponent. These segments feel like filler, and are admittedly boring compared to the rest of the game.
But overall, I'm glad I got into the Lego games, and am looking forward to playing even more.