Disney, Pirates and Legos.... Awesome
Some things are just awesome - pirates and LEGO are two such beasts. And when their powers combine, they make the awesomest news we've
heard all week.
Traveller's Tales, the developers of the much-loved LEGO series of games, which combine relatively simple platforming, adorable LEGO characters
and a good dose of slapstick humour for great measure, have yesterday announced that the next franchise to get the LEGO treatment (following in the
footsteps of Indiana Jones, Star Wars and Harry Potter) would be Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean, in a partnership we're sure no-one saw coming.
Washing up on the Wii, DS and Xbox 360 in May 2011, to coincide with the release of the new film, 'On Stranger Tides', the game won't just contain
levels from the new film, with the three previous films 'Curse of the Black Pearl', 'Dead Man's Chest' and 'At World's End' all getting a digital plastic
recreation in the 20+ levels in the game, along with more than 70 different playable characters (I want that angry little monkey). The LEGO standard 2
player co-op is still intact with this game too, which is good news. Read more here...