The Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. The attraction has a timeless appeal, and its greatest strength was its lack of storyline. But then, Disney added Jack Sparrow to the ride in 2006. Sparrow’s inclusion, and the intrusive manner in which it was done, detracts from…
I promise you, this is an image of a cosplayer, not a promo shot from the 2003 movie.
In a rush to cash in on the popularity of the first Pirates of the Caribbean film, publishers Bethesda and developers Akella released in 2003 a very strange game.
The upcoming cooperative action game Disney Universe gives players the ability to "suit-up" as characters from their favorite Disney properties. What better day to introduce the Pirates of the Caribbean themed area than international it's-beginning-to-get-old day?
Johnny Depp does a great job playing an off-kilter buccaneer in the Pirates of the Caribbean movies, but can a pile of LEGO bricks—a pile of virtual ones, no less—nail the performance in a new video game? I checked the brand new LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean video game and, well, they nailed it.
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.
Loosely based on the Rafael Sabatini books that spawned an Errol Flynn movie and possibly a 2011 remake by director Phillip Noyce, Captain Blood follows the adventures of a doctor sold into slavery who later becomes a pirate. Developer SeaWolf picks up the story between the time when Captain Blood is no longer a slave…
A-har me hearties! Avast ye swabs! Other pirate cliches!