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Lego Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game (2011)

The game spans the stories of the four films (The Curse of the Black Pearl, Dead Man's Chest, At World's End, On Stranger Tides). It features over 70 characters from the franchise and various locations.

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Drew Cain ...
Davy Jones (voice)
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Jack Sparrow (voice)
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Tia Dalma / Elizabeth Swann (voice)
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Will Turner (voice)
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The game spans the stories of the four films (The Curse of the Black Pearl, Dead Man's Chest, At World's End, On Stranger Tides). It features over 70 characters from the franchise and various locations.

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The first Lego game to be based off a Disney brand. See more »

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The best Lego game!
21 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

Lego Pirates is based on the award winning movies with the same name, just in Lego. The game consist of easy puzzle solving witch is fun for both young and old. The graphics are nice and there is a lot to do and collect. I really enjoyed the 6 hours long campaign (1 campaign for each film, also 4) if you are looking for a Lego game for you or your kids, this is the way to go.

Gameplay: You play as Jack sperrow, a pirate from the movies. The game is idetical to the movies, witch is kinda fun if you are a fan of them

Story: its not much of a story in this game. Characters don't talk, but that doesn't matter. The game can be fun.

Graphics: beautiful details. I love it


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