Lego Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game - The Power of Pirates
Phil Ring and Jonathan Smith from TT games talk about playing with huge licensed film franchises in the video game sphere, as well as making dark themes and death safe with the power of Lego.Posted Jul 3, 2012 | 2:21 | 12,211 Views
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- May 13, 2011
Jonathan Smith, head of production for TT Games, describes the execution in bringing the blockbuster film franchise, Pirates of the Caribbean, into the Lego world.