It's a mistake, in light of Lego Pirates Of The Caribbean, to accuse Traveller's Tales of diminishing returns with their Lego series. I keep seeing that happening. It's wrong. If anything the problem is the stability of their consistency. I've had a think about why.
Less than two months after the last Lego video game, we've got a new one.
Wondering if the latest Pirates of the Caribbean film has what it takes to be a blockbuster? Look no further than this On Stranger Tides trailer for LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean. There are blocks busting everywhere.
The first Pirates of the Caribbean movie was a refreshing sea breeze that's grown ranker with each subsequent sequel. In swoops TT Games with a blast for fresh ocean air in LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean.
Put a video game on the Nintendo 3DS and weird things can happen, including random pirate battles.
There is a quality that is hard to define but is essential for a great Lego game, John Smith told me yesterday. The man who helps make the many popular Lego video games was trying to articulate it for me.
You've seen the trailer, now check out the first action-packed, block-built screenshots of Lego Pirates of the Caribbean in action.