LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game (Nintendo Wii, 2011)
Incorporating characters, settings, and storylines from the first four entries in Disney's blockbuster film series, this adaptation of... Read More
Incorporating characters, settings, and storylines from the first four entries in Disney's blockbuster film series, this adaptation of Pirates of the Caribbean continues in the tradition of earlier LEGO games based on Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and Harry Potter. Over 20 whimsical levels are included as players guide "minifig" versions of Captain Jack Sparrow, Will Turner, and Elizabeth Swann across locales based on Port Royal, Tortuga, Isla de Muerta, Shipwreck Cove, and Sparrow's ship, the <i>Black Pearl</i>. <br><br>Characters will engage in lighthearted swordplay against soldiers, skeletons, and other enemies while solving puzzles and interacting with objects in the environment. As with previous titles in the LEGO series, you'll quickly assemble items throughout each area to reveal treasures, unlock secret areas, or to complete objectives. The action is once again viewed from a third-person perspective as up to two friends or family members work together on the same screen. Over 70 playable characters are included in total, with a "free play" mode allowing players to revisit their favorite scenes with their choice of heroes or villains. Minimize
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26 Reviews from Epinions.com
Dec 15, 2012
Why Be There No Lego Rum?
Pros: Fun way to play through the Pirates of the Caribbean films
Cons: Nothing much new for the Lego games franchise
Become a pirate
Familiar Lego style game
Still fun game, Matey Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 30, 2012
The LEGO gaming saga continues with Jack Sparrow and friends...
Pros: Nice graphics, fun gameplay...
Cons: ... a bit buggy, too repetitive, no vehicle levels...
It's still fun to play, but LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean isn't quite up to the standard of the earlier LEGO titles. Read More at Epinions.com