Just in time for the new movie, Captain Jack Sparrow and Co. get LEGO-fied next week.

Disney Interactive Studios has revealed a release date for LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game : it'll be on store shelves on May 10 and if you want a sample, there's a demo online right now. Of course, until the PSN is back up and running (and the Store isn't slated to return this week,  unfortunately), you'll be limited to downloading it from Xbox Live. The demo will let you play through the Port Royal level, which ought to be entertaining. Boasting the popular Jack Sparrow and over 70 other characters from Disney's blockbuster film franchise, this new LEGO title is bound to appeal to fans. It'll even feature content from the fourth movie, "On Stranger Tides," so the cutesy adventure will most certainly be up to date.

You know, these games are always decent. They're long, they offer a ton of replay value, the controls are pretty solid, and the option for a buddy to jump in and play is a huge bonus. Just about every LEGO game is great fun for the whole family, we promise.

Related Game(s): LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean

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main_event05
main_event05
9 years ago

PotC is about the ONLY thing I like from Disney (whom I hate more than Microsoft)

The Doom
The Doom
9 years ago

?etah eht yhW

main_event05
main_event05
9 years ago

live si yensiD

kraygen
kraygen
9 years ago

I haven't bought a lego game in quite a while. This one might get me back into them though. I'll play the demo as soon as the network is operational again.

Just wish they hadn't screwed up this movie franchise so badly.

main_event05
main_event05
9 years ago

as long as they stay away from Bloom I think they can salvage it.

JMO_INDY
JMO_INDY
9 years ago

I'm 18 and can still find an enormous section of time in my gaming habits for LEGO titles. Like Ben mentioned they have an incredible replay value and are extremely large both content wise and hours in length. It's nice to get a break from all the games on the market who take themselves too seriously, these games are a very important staple point in a way (at least in my collection).

SirLoin of Beef
SirLoin of Beef
9 years ago

I've played a few Lego games and have found them fairly entertaining. I might have to check this out.

Fane1024
Fane1024
9 years ago

I got LEGO-fied once; it left me with a rash.

;P

But, seriously, these games are usually great fun. I may grab this one once I've finished LEGO Indy (it's in my back log).


Last edited by Fane1024 on 5/4/2011 3:57:49 PM

sirbob6
sirbob6
9 years ago

How many more franchises can be turned into LEGOs?

Fane1024
Fane1024
9 years ago

(quoting Lord Carlos)

"…all of them."

SirLoin of Beef
SirLoin of Beef
9 years ago

Lego Lord of the Rings would be awesome.

BikerSaint
BikerSaint
9 years ago

Maybe Lego Uncharted or Deus Ex:Human Revolution LOL

___________
___________
9 years ago

i use to really enjoy lego games, but the last one SWE3 just bored the sh*t out of me!
pass, this is coming out the same day as brink so i think that will be more then enough to keep me occupied!