LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean Trophy Guide. Difficulty: * An adventure platformer and part of the LEGO game franchise, based on the first four Pirates of the Caribbean films. The Platinum is arguably the easiest among the LEGO game titles.
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LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean
LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean is a third-person action platformer, and a LEGO block theme to the four Pirates of the Caribbean films, which include The Curse of the Black Pearl, Dead Man's Chest, At World's End, and On Stranger Tides. Replaying events from the films recreated with LEGO sets, players use different characters each with unique abilities, unlocking more characters and extras while progressing through the game. Like most LEGO titles, Pirates of the Caribbean includes a two-player co-op mechanic, with the ability for the second player to drop in and out of the game.
LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean received mostly positive reviews, with an average score of 72%, praised for being fun for fans of the LEGO and Pirates of the Caribbean series, while not adding anything exceptionally new to the LEGO franchise.
If you've played any LEGO titles before, then you'll have an idea of what to expect from this one. The story's playthrough for Pirates of the Caribbean is a bit shorter than the average LEGO game, and while unlocking the trophies can be a bit time consuming and tedious at times, there is nothing difficult about the game.
The Platinum will require two playthroughs, plus some mopping-up afterwards. Overall, expect around 18-20 hours to acquire 100%.
Your first step, is to simply play through each of the four storylines. You can select whichever order you wish. Since there will be some areas you can't yet access, don't worry about finding all the extras at this point. Just get through the four stories.
Once they have been completed, they will be unlocked in a Free Play Mode. Now, you'll be able to use different characters. So as you replay the four films, make sure to find all 10 minikits, all 8 compass points, and obtain True Pirate on a level. Also, make sure to get the And Really Bad Eggs trophy out of the way, so as to avoid another playthrough.
Once that's done, you can simply mop-up whatever trophies you're still missing. This might include finding the last 4 gold bricks, and any others not related to playing through the story. Check the LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean trophy guide links under our Links tab for specific details to whatever you're still missing.
First, here's a great Walkthrough, by Rob:
And a Walkthrough on IGN:
And a text-based Walkthrough, by cyricz42:
Here's a great Trophy Guide, by paultsmith1980:
And another great Trophy Guide, this one by antoniosbandana:
And xx_shoemaker_xx created a Trophy Guide, here:
This is a Red Hats Locations Guide, by Steve Anderson:
And a Minikits Locations Guide, also by Steve Anderson:
Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: