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Walk the Plank with this LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean Trailer

Posted by Zach Kaplan

Plastic Captain Jack in action

If you're a fan of a popular film franchise, you can bet that sooner or later, TT Games will make a slapstick-infused LEGO video game adaptation of it. The next scheduled to receive the treatment is Disney's blockbusting, swashbuckling series in LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean for 3DS, Wii and DS. The game will feature all four films including the upcoming On Stranger Tides, and Disney Interactive has just released their first full trailer, largely showcasing the first episode, The Curse of the Black Pearl. It may be a video game based on a series based on a film based on a Disney World theme park ride, but it still looks pretty exciting, and if LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 is any indication, the LEGO series is going to just keep getting better. You can watch the trailer below.

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pixelman said:

OH my gosh. That last bit where they walk the plank... ahahahaha. I've skipped the past two dozen lego games but I'm going to have to buy this one.



NESguy94 said:

I hope they make it like the old ones, (Lego Star Wars, Lego Indiana Jones and Lego Batman) I hated Lego Indiana Jones 2. They tried to change things up and just made a frustating and annoying game.



Stine said:

Looks awesome. I should try out my Lego Harry Potter copy soon.



SMW said:

I'll be getting this one for sure. I haven't missed a single LEGO game yet; they just keep getting better and better!

Believe it or not, but this will be the first LEGO game thats based off of a movie series that I've watched entirely. (Excluding On Stranger Tides, which I'll see soon enough.)



Link79 said:

This looks just as good as Lego Star wars and Lego Indy. I'll be picking this one up as soon as I can. A Lego Pirates life for me Harr harr.



ianmage1 said:

I've only gotten the Lego Starwars games, but I have to get this, considering that Pirates of the Caribbean is my favorite movie series.



Tasuki said:

@Mikau94: I totally agree with you. I didnt like Lego Indiana Jones 2 either it seemed to me like they tried to introduce to many changes to the series all at once. I think part of the reason was that they wanted to make the game alot different the Lego Indiana Jones so it didnt seemed like just a rehashed gamed with just one new level (crystal Skull) priced for $50.

However with Lego Harry Potter they seemed to iron out the kinks from Lego Indiana Jones 2 and put the Lego series back on track. I just finished Lego Harry Potter with my son and we are ready for the next Lego game. PotC cant come out soon enough for us.




I've played all the Lego games on nintendo consoles except the DS RTS and Rock Band games but I won't be getting this one. The first film was ok, but the next two were terrible. I know its Lego, but I have to save money somewhere with the 3DS and Wii games to think about!



Objection said:

Idk, the LEGO games are cute and all, but as actual games they've never impressed me. And by that I mean, I found them quite frustrating and sometimes quite buggy/annoying. I'm basing this off of the LEGO Star Wars and Indiana Jones games.



Rensch said:

Pirates and LEGO,has been a masterful combination since I was just a kid.



Morpheel said:

i have been curious about the lego series for some time, seeing how i like the movies and it covers up them all.... Yup i'll get this.



NESguy94 said:

That's really good to hear. My twin and I have played all the way though each LEGO game with the exception of Harry Potter, and we both were unsure if we would get it if it followed in Indy 2s footsteps. I think I'll get it now.



sfcitygirl said:

Does anyone know if the DS version will be button controls or stylus use like Harry Potter?

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