• Pirates of the Caribbean: Master of the Seas (iPhone)

    Even a pirate wouldn't want to steal this game.

  • LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean Announced!

    You know, I keep getting amped up for these LEGO games, because I loved the crap out of LEGO Star Wars (it was even voted as GameCola's Game of the Year for 2006!), but I've never actually played any

  • Adventures in the Magic Kingdom (NES)

    You know what? I don't care what any of you cynical angsty youngsters think.

  • … of the Month: Pirates of the Caribbean

    I'm sure many of you have seen this movie, which many would call the greatest pirate movie of all time, but in case you haven't, let me sum it up for you: Captain Jack Sparrow is awesome, and goes on a pirate adventure with swordsmith Will Turner. Any more information would spoil the movie, I'm afraid, and I just cannot do that to such a piratastic film. The characters were well portrayed by the actors, especially Captain Jack Sparrow, and keep your eyes glued to the screen wondering what they are going to do next. The story is filled with action, leaving out the ridiculously long and boring dialogue scenes that plague so many movies. The pirates in this movie, unlike in the video games, act very piratey (stealing, kidnapping, plundering, pillaging, arring, etc. etc.) and even turn ghostly, making for an exciting scene that captures the qualities of the actual ride. Piratey or not, this is a great movie and if you haven't seen it please get together whatever money you have and write the following sign and paste it on your back:

  • Forgetting to Sharpen Their Cutlasses

    First and most importantly, let's all take a moment to reflect on how hilarious that title is. Get it?? "Point" because they're not sharp and don't.. have points... alright. If you didn't laugh you must not be the type of person who would stop and take the time to learn to appreciate the subtle art of extreme hilarity, so whatever man, whatever, I don't care, it was funny. Anyway, in this amazing feature article I am going to be discussing several games, and giving reasons as to why they are or aren't piratey.

  • Carbonated News (August 2002)

    - TDK Mediactive and Disney Interactive are teaming up to bring you video games based on upcoming Disney flicks, based on the "Haunted House" and "Pirates of the Caribbean" rides located within Disney