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|Updated||September 25, 2013|
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Oh come on now, why are you here? What's the point in me writing any of this down, it's about a LEGO game. You know you're going to like it, it's in your veins. Ever since the dawn of mankind, our DNA has been harboured to hunt, mate and slay Sticklebrick aficionados. Traveller's Tales have been using this instinct for years now, developing plastic based parodies that are as bright and addictive as Starburst cocaine. Still, it's a format that keeps many excited at the prospects of what favourite film franchise could be coated in chokeable hazards, and this time, it's the turn of LEGO Pirates Of The Caribbean.
LEGO Pirates Of The Caribbean suitably focuses on all four films in the franchise and recreates them in blocky detail, and is possibly the most true representation of a franchise to date. In some cases, cut scenes replicate the films' shot for shot with their own cheeky charm to boot. The parody is ripe throughout and is sure to tickle the funny bone of young and old alike with slapstick charm and clever wit. Traveller's Tales melds the two together very well, helpful seeing as the humour of both franchises practically go together hand in hand like they were meant for each other, albeit all the rum's gone and been replaced by tea.
Nothing much has truly changed. The simplicity of all the LEGO games that enticed kids and adults alike remains ever present throughout, and the basic platforming and puzzle solving mechanics are as enjoyable as ever. However, if feels as though there have been missed opportunities with the swashbuckling topping. Combat still only relies on bashing one button, and not a lot else. Could there not have been some form of dueling mini-game in keeping with the theme? The constant square bashing is heavily shielded by the laurels of 'If it ain't broke, don't fix it', but after so many LEGO games making the creative team 21st Century experts in platforming, it surely can't hurt to spice up the formula of combat a bit.