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About the Product
- Exploration - Players will explore familiar locations filled with interactive LEGO objects
- The LEGO Caribbean is full of danger! Intense sword fighting moves give the LEGO minifigure a brand new pirate flavor Unforgettable Cut Scenes
- Puzzles - Players will need all their pirate cunning to find the hidden LEGO treasures and discover the game's many secrets
- Two-Player Co-op - Players can join a friend or family member in the same room for two-player drop-in/drop-out cooperative action
- Building a collection of characters throughout the game, players can then use their distinctive abilities to gain access to unavailable areas
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LEGO Pirates Of The Caribbean PS3
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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.
Top Customer Reviews
After my first gaming session I returned to the game. Instead of an option to "continue" I have to click 9 (NINE) buttons to skip cut scenes and confirm confirmations just to get to the hub of the game. From there, I have to manually walk to the game within the series that I want to play, select the chapter, then click a few more confirmations before I can get to a second load screen, where once finished, the fun can begin. I don't think its too much to ask for a standard menu at game load that prompts for new, continue, etc.
In previous Lego games, once you start Free-play mode, a team was auto-assembled that included a member that can provide every single function needed. Not so with Pirates. I'm often given a team without an explosives expert forcing me to manually find him in a sea of unlockable characters every time I need him.
In previous Lego games, you could go to a counter or single location to purchase unlockables. In this game, if you want to unlock a character, you have to chase them around town in a sea of other characters you may have already unlocked. You must first find them (not fun), then click on them which shows a menu over their head showing their price. But... they never stop running, so if they get too far away, the menu disappears. You have to click fast and may not see how much they cost. This is an extremely unnecessary frustration.
Through the normal course of playing the game, certain characters will automatically become unlocked. The rest have to be literally found in town (as mentioned above).Read more ›
This time Lego returns to us with Pirates of the Caribbean! The fun and humor that you've come to know and love in the wordless grunts and gestures used to convey the story is back. The characters that you're familiar with are all there with all the mannerisms, down to the detail of Jack's shambling "not-all-there" gait.
The puzzles and action that are also a part of every Lego game are here as well - with some rather new, notable features:
- Jack's compass is an element in each level. If there is a special item to be found, activating his compass reveals the path in blue footstep squares like bread crumbs to the treasure he is looking for. If it's buried, your trusty dog can be used to dig it up.
- Characters are all switchable, as before, but one of the new (and quite welcome!) features for me was the character wheel which allows you to choose WHICH character you'd like instead of tapping endlessly / by proximity to get the character you want.
- Some levels feature "sticky" elements that won't let you fall helplessly as was previously advertised on gaming sites.
I do have some complaints, however:
- Level design is still frustrating at times. If your jumps are "not so" or if you scoot 1 mm to the left, you may find yourself missing your destination and sighing grievously.
- After how many years...and still no online co-op modes? It's 2011, Traveller's Tales games. Can we get on the ball here?Read more ›
There are a ton of characters available, some through game play, others for purchase, some with special codes, (which can very easily be found online,) to unlock. Each character boasts certain skills, which can make playing the individual levels tricky. Also, a change for the Lego format, is having to search for the unlockable extras, which you then need enough coins to buy.
The levels themselves are challenging, and require some thinking. It's also easier to switch characters in the game as well, since you can bring up a menu of available characters at all times. In freeplay, it doesn't matter who you select to play with, you have all unlocked characters available to play with, which is a great bonus not found in other games.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A fun play, but a little glitchy. Characters get stuck and you have to drop out of the game to free them. Game flow was a little hard to follow.Published 3 days ago by crs
The boys wouldn't stop playing and after they went to their Dad's, I finished it. :) Now I have to restart it for them to finish. :)Published 1 month ago by Nikles
The Lego games are among our favorites. Each has a great story line, is easy to use even for non-gamers, and challenging enough for dedicated gamers at the same timePublished 1 month ago by Old Sparkie