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Lego Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game (Nintendo DS)

by Disney
Platform : Nintendo DS
69 customer reviews

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Nintendo DS
Standard Edition
  • Exploration: Players will explore familiar locations filled with interactive LEGO Objects and encounter more than 70 memorable and new characters while making their way through more than 20 levels
  • Combat: The LEGO Caribbean is full of danger! Intense sword fighting moves give the LEGO Minifigure a brand new pirate flavour
  • Unforgettable Cut Scenes: Some of your favourite scenes from the Pirates of the Caribbean films are re-rendered with LEGO Minifigures, in the humorous style synonymous with LEGO Video Games
  • 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
  • Freeplay: Building a collection of characters throughout the game, players can then use their distinctive abilities to gain access to previously unavailable areas
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo DS
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform: Nintendo DS | Edition: Standard Edition
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  • ASIN: B004OL29IM
  • Product Dimensions: 13.6 x 12.4 x 2 cm ; 86 g
  • Release Date: 13 May 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,747 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: Nintendo DS | Edition: Standard Edition

Product Description

LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game will be based in the world of the globally successful film franchise, incorporating storylines, locations and characters from the first three films ("Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl", "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" and "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End") as well as the upcoming fourth film, "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides".

LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game will re-create the action, adventure and memorable moments of the Pirates of the Caribbean mythology in LEGO form, incorporating the humor of LEGO minifigures and fantastic worlds built from LEGO bricks and elements for players to explore.

Players can take on the roles of more than 70 characters and experience the pirate adventure, irreverent humor and amazing creatures of the Pirates of the Caribbean films, through action-adventure gameplay and hilariously quirky LEGO cut scenes.

Throughout the game, players will also have the freedom to explore environments from the highly acclaimed movie series in more than 20 levels. The game features two-player cooperative mode, in which players each control a character to experience the story together, and freeplay mode, which lets players return to levels to discover new items.

Manufacturer's Description

LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game is an action-adventure game that brings the Pirates of the Caribbean world and all its colourful 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.

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Evangelevence on 16 May 2011
Platform for Display: Nintendo DSEdition: Standard Edition
As a happy owner of all current LEGO ____ games I preordered this one with months to go.
More than happy that it arrived on the day of official release to say the least.

First impressions when I turned it on was that the cutscenes were awfully pixellated. I was using a DSIxl at the time and even when in a smaller DS there's the same problem. - this comes from the game being made for larger platforms and scaling down as a personal thought.
Then when gameplay began the graphics are different from past titles on the DS, this is something that is easy to overcome as the camera follows the player and the levels are huge.

Yes, the levels are large, which makes up *almost* for only four levels per movie. Each level as usual has a story mode and a freeplay mode where players can pick up all the nifty bonuses.

The only thing is with the levels being few there's little point in bothering with most of the bonuses unless you intend for lengthy replays. Which is always a possibility as the game does host the usual LEGO whimsy.

My only complaint is that the duel system gets a little tedious, but this is coming from an older gamer, rather than someone closer to the 7yr old minimum age who would more likely be entertained by the sequences. That said the game doesn't suddenly take on the classic 'nintendo hard' syndrome, which means anyone can play the game with security in knowing that the game gets steadily trickier with knowledge and skills gained on earlier levels.

The whole thing opens up with a tutorial level and there are tips and hints around to remind users of what to press and where (which sometimes gets a little annoying when you know darn well what you are doing).

Overall the game is a good buy, even before you see the last film.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Rkl on 28 Jun. 2011
Platform for Display: Nintendo DSEdition: Standard Edition
Was very excited that a new Lego game was being released and with Captain Jack Sparrow no less and having played Harry Potter thoght it would be brilliant but it's a bit boring. It's worth 4 stars and might be better on a different platform but it's not nearly as good as some of the other Lego games.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By team-projects-guy on 19 Aug. 2011
Platform for Display: Nintendo DSEdition: Standard Edition
The 3D animation, sound effects and score are vivid and entertaining: Captain Jack is very funny.

We were disappointed by the blurry video compression and muddy sound in the movie cut scenes. I don't know what video quality to expect on a DS Lite, but there is no excuse for the terrible sound. Thankfully the game itself sounds good on headphones or a stereo.

The puzzles and tasks we have seen so far are great for a 7-9 year old. Lots of hacking and shooting minifigures to bits, which should satisfy most young Lego fans. Completing the first level takes 30 to 90 minutes, and unlocks the choice of another four levels to play next. Unfortunately, when you save the game, you cannot restart in the middle of a level. "Free play", disappointingly, is not free, but forces you through the plot again, though with extra abilities to tackle the uncompleted tasks.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Keedale on 4 Oct. 2011
Platform for Display: Nintendo DSEdition: Standard Edition
My son is aged 10 and just loves this game. My daughter is aged 8 and is not interested in computer games at all however she picked this game up and had a go and said she really enjoyed it!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth on 5 July 2011
Platform for Display: Nintendo DSEdition: Standard Edition
Great game, as are all of the Lego games but I found this game too short, I just don't think that it is as good as the other lego games and could of been alot better.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By C. Milton on 16 May 2011
Platform for Display: Nintendo DSEdition: Standard Edition
Just got this and gave it to 6 year old son yesterday lunchtime. He'd finished two levels by bedtime (with a few breaks in between). He seemed happy with it. Good buy at the price.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo DSEdition: Standard Edition
My son is an avid lover of the Lego franchise games especially Star Wars. He also loves pirates so we got him this to provide a change of scenery.
This game is a change but unfortunately is a change for the worse, it strikes from the start that it is base on reused code from Star Wars and Indian Jones just with new animations laid over it. The next issue is that the levels are all very repetitive and lack imagination. Thus reducing the incentive to complete the game. If you are looking for an step change from Lego Star Wars go directly to the Harry Potter and miss this game completely.
Moving on this game on loading offer "Start New Game" and "load Game" at start by default. The way the menus appear an that by default "Start New Game always lands in position one it is really easy to over ride previous saved progress when loading the game especially in the hands of little fingers. We have already had to restart this title due to an over eager little man trying to get started.
Overall unless you are real fan of the Pirate's Franchise and want to be a Lego "Jack Sparrow" skip this and proceed to "Harry Potter"
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Although I admit that the Lego game genre is probably more intended for players younger than myself, I have nevertheless had (and am still having) enormous fun playing all of the previous Lego games for the DS. I have come to expect a certain level of quality for the DS versions of the games, even though they are more abbreviated than the games for PC or larger consoles, but was sadly disappointed at the lack of depth, chapters and all-round playability of Pirates of the Caribbean. It took me approximately 3 days to 100% finish the game, and given that I have yet to completely finish all the previous Lego games apart from Harry Potter Years 1 - 4 (which took months and months of dedicated play) shows just how short the game is. Your 3 - 8 year old will probably have the short attention span required to enjoy this, but older ages will expect something better, especially if they have played any other Lego DS games before.
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