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Lego Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game is a Lego-themed action-adventure video game developed by Traveller's Tales and published by Disney Interactive Studios. Released in May 2011, to coincide with the release of Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, the game is based on the Pirates of the Caribbean film series, and its storyline covers the first four films. The game is available on the Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Wii, Xbox 360.[1]




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Gameplay is similar to previous Lego video games in the series. The game uses the same two player drop in drop out co-op mechanics used in all the Lego video games.The hub in this game is called The Port. From here, players advance through the game, unlock characters and extras, and as players get further through the game, The Port will evolve and get bigger, revealing new areas to unlock and discover new things. Like past titles, different characters have different abilities. For example, everyone (except characters like Davy Jones who can walk under water) can swim under water, and members of Davy Jones's crew can breathe whilst doing so, Captain Jack Sparrow has the ability to use his compass, which points him to hidden items throughout the level, Will Turner has the ability to throw axes at targets to complete objectives, while female characters such as Elizabeth Swann have the ability to double jump, allowing them to reach higher locations inaccessible to male characters.


LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game is a video game developed by TT Games, published by Disney, and released on May 10, 2011. The game is based upon the Pirates of the Caribbean films, but with a blurred line with the LEGO products. The game was released on Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Nintendo Wii, Windows PC, Nintendo DS, PSP[1] and the Nintendo 3DS.[4]


LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game is an action adventure game bringing to life the Pirates of the Caribbean world and all its colorful characters 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.


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Won't be getting this. May be destined to be the only Lego video game I haven't - or won't be - playing. I'll wait for Lego HP 5-7. Still playing the Wii version of Lego Star Wars 3 as well - which is good btw ... I really didn't like the Pirates of the Carribean films (well, the first one was ok I guess) and even Lego won't change my mind. Too many games ahead of this even if it was a consideration.


It's definitely not a challenging game, but as a Pirates fan and as my first lego game, I really enjoyed it. If you go in with an expectation that it isn't going to blow you away, you can get a lot out of this game. I'm halfway through doing everything 100%, and I'm loving it as a simple entertaining game.


its ok its the latest game ive had but also had the star wars one for 3ds so a bit samey really off to trade it today for doa to be honest though lego games are for real young ones no real challenge but ok when your waiting for other games to come out on 3ds


if you'ew me, you know how many lego games i played. my first was lego starwars:the complete saga. the jokes were good at first, but then they start getting pretty crappy. later, we have the gameplay. the controls are good and all, but they make the game too easy. owning a lege batman DS copy, i think that the controls for the 3DS copies will be tweeked a bit, but still be bad. im in hope that there will be an option to swap the controls. anyways, anstead of lego starwars, lets talk about the other games. they follow the same plot. try and crack a joke which isnt funny, because in a while, you expect EVERYTHING they imitate and do. while the jokes arent funny, it resembles the story O.K, but it's medeocer. in the later versions, the puzzles just get harder and harder, so you have to go see the movie to find the answer(which sucks, because T.t only makes lego games for the lamer movies)or use a computer and become a cheater to the game. although i dont own the game, nor played it at all, i expect the jokes to be expected hense not funny, screwed up story, lame puzzles/levels, and junky gameplay. if i'm wrong, i'd give this a smackin' 7/10 as of this review, but if im correct, this deserves a 1.5/10.0MM - 1 2 3


This is an action-adventure game in which players control small Lego figures modeled after characters from the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. As players traverse castles, pirate ships, and tropical environments, they swing swords and use "cartoony" weapons (e.g., cannons, guns, explosive barrels) to shoot pellet-like projectiles at pirates, skeletons, hostile natives, and enemy soldiers. Gunshots and battle cries can be heard during the somewhat frenetic combat; enemies burst into Lego pieces when defeated. During some sequences, players use a targeting crosshair to fire cannonballs at enemy ships; in one level, players use this same first-person perspective to shoot cannonballs at a giant squid, resulting in brief explosions. Some cutscenes depict instances of slapstick humor: a pirate kicking a character in the crotch; two male pirates wearing women's clothing and slapping their buttocks (amid catcall whistles).


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LEGO Pirates of the CaribbeanDeveloperTraveller's TalesPublisherDisney Interactive StudiosReleasedMay 10, 2011GenreAction-adventureSourceLEGO Pirates of the Caribbean is the ninth LEGO video game to be made and the seventh Pirates of the Caribbean video game (fourth console video game).


LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean was announced in May 2010, by Traveller's Tales Jon Burton, and on November 18, 2010, by Traveller's Tales Mark Stone. The game follows the previous LEGO video games: Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Batman and Harry Potter Years 1-4.


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