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Bionicle Heroes - PC

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  • Features the latest BIONICLE action figure toys including both the evil Piraka and heroic Toa Inika
  • Master the unique weapons and elemental powers of all of the Toa Inika and Piraka
  • Travel through over 25 unique levels and 6 elemental zones
  • Uncover and collect unique LEGO pieces that can be used to Upgrade weapons and special abilities
  • Discover secret areas and hidden extras that provide an interactive world that kids will enjoy
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Unleash the power of Bionicle Heroes!Product InformationDeveloped by the makers of the best-selling children's title LEGO Star Wars:The Video Game BIONICLE Heroes brings to life the characters and world ofLEGO's BIONICLE universe. This brand-new action/adventure title for kids allowsplayers to control the entire 2006 toy lineup of BIONICLE action figures whichfeatures both the heroic Toa Inika and the villainous Piraka.Battle and explore your way through the jungles volcanoes and deserts of themysterious island of Voya Nui in this epic quest. In order to survive playerswill need to master the powerful weapons and elemental powers of each BIONICLEcharacter in order to defeat the Piraka and to solve the challenges and puzzlesof this uniquely interactive LEGO universe. Spanning over 25 different levelsand 6 elemental zones players will experience the ultimate BIONICLE adventure.Product Features The Official BIONICLE video game featuring the entire range of the latest BIONICLE action figure toys including both the evil Piraka and heroic Toa Inika. Master the unique weapons and elemental powers of all of the Toa Inika and Piraka. Battle your way through the rich interactive BIONICLE universe of Voya Nui which is made up of over 25 unique levels through 6 elemental zones. Uncover and collect unique LEGO pieces that can be used to upgrade weapons and special abilities as well as unlock special playable characters such as the Piraka. Discover secret areas and hidden extras that provide an interactive world in which kids will enjoy finding something new every time they play it. Experience the simple controls and accessible gameplay design created just for kids and families. Minimum Requirements Windows 2000 XP (Windows 95 98 Me NT are not supported) Pentium 4 2.4 GHz or Athlon XP / 64-bit Equivalent processor 1 GB of rAM ATI X800 series nVidia GeForce 6800 series or higher Video Card Direc

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Platform: PC
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  • ASIN: B000GACLTM
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.2 x 1.2 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 16, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,975 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 26, 2008
Platform for Display: PC
This game was created by and in the same format as those who created lego star wars. Thinking that is the base it should be good. It isn't. The character remains locked to the side of the screen. In an effort to make it like an FPS while keeping all the stuff that made SWL good doesn't work. The movement of the character in the environment gave me a headache.

You basically just go around and shoot shoot shoot with no real purpose. There is an auto aim and autolock on firing. Some of the weapons each of the bionicles has varies in speed, damage, and function. This is nice and the fact that you have five hearts and when you lose them you lose one of the masks and bionicle characters and his weapon and his force like "constracting" ie constructing force like ability.

The environments aren't graphically bad but I think the whole bionicle thing doesn't work as well as other regular lego figures. The first bionicle game had less relation to construction but it was an ok game and not hard to move around in and tylenol requiring. The only problem with that one was annoying repetitve tasks where if you messed up you did it again and again.

Anyway, rent it, borrow it from your library like I did, or anything before you spend the money on it, even if you are a fan.

Also, you do need a better graphics card but it it can play lego star wars then you should be fine I think with the pixel shading.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on December 29, 2006
Platform for Display: PC
This game has its pros and cons. Unfortunately, there are more cons than pros.

If you're in a middle class family with a computer that's three or four years old, this is not the game for you. The game demands high-speed processors, lots of RAM, and a fast video card. Otherwise, it very choppy (how does 9 or 10 frames per second sound?).

The graphics can be good or bad, depending on how you look at it. In my opinion, they're good, but I've seen better.

If you're a big BIONICLE fan, such as I am, you will notice the story line is very inaccuate and hard to follow. For those of you who aren't even BIONICLE fans, don't buy this game. You'll still be wondering what the heck a "Piraka" is by the end of the game.

The cutscenes are like something out of loony toons. 5-year old humor and very weird.

As far as gameplay goes, it's painfully repetitive. Even a hard-core shooter game fan would get bored of this by their fourth level. The only thing that changes are the bosses and the environments.

LEGO, you're better off sticking with the plastic toys you sell today.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By crawdad on January 4, 2007
Platform for Display: PC
Same issue with the lack of Pixel Shader support. Ordered for my son as a Christmas gift before above comments were posted. I've read that even with a proper graphics card, your computer may not run it because your Intel graphics chipset doesn't support TnL (Transform and Lighting). Package was opened of course. Still possible to at least get a credit? I don't think these graphics requirements were posted by Amazon.
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If you're a fan of anything--and i mean REALLY a fan--you will do almost anything for _______ (you can fill that in). In other words, no matter what people say about this game (including myself) if you are a Bionicle FAN you will ultimately buy this game.

The reason? um....JustCause?

I am also a Bionicle fan (hugely so. I remember when it first came out--10 years ago!) so you can rest assured that this review is honest. Yes, this game is probably not your Unchartered 2: Among Theives, but the casual gamer may find it a bit intriguing--the fan will find it fun--but serious gamers STAY CLEAR!

The main reasons are these: The graphics are not poor, but they are not the best either. The music is OK, but I have heard much better. It is much too easy and way too long (probably to try to make up for the too easy part) making it a snoozefest for most (including myself. i can only stand to play a chapter a day--which brings up another issue--autosave. you got to hate it--but what makes it worse is that THERE IS NO WAY TO SAVE IN THE MIDDLE OF A MISSION! PLAY IT ONLY WHEN YOU KNOW YOU WILL NOT BE INTERRUPTED! DON'T GO THROUGH WHAT I DID!) For the fan: this game is highly based off the Bionicle universe, but little on the story. simply put, almost all the characters in the Bionicle universe are here BUT THEY ALL DON'T HAVE A PUPROSE TO THE STORY IN THE GAME. THEY ARE JUST THERE FOR NO APPARANT REASON. though the game doesn't appear to have much story either....

Now, for the good qualities (yes, there are some). The cutscenes are absoluetly hilarious, as well as the Piraka playground (but you may need a sense of humor to appreciate that, lolz!) The most positive thing about the game, however, is the scoring.
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Platform for Display: PC
My son really enjoyed playing this game. Unfortunately, as games get bigger and bigger, we ran out of space on the hard drive. In order to make room to install a new game (Heroes is BIG), we went through the uninstall routine. Knowing this wouldn't be a permanent solution, I then added another hard drive. Naturally he wanted Heroes back on the PC, but it won't install. I've checked the hard drive for anything which might not have gotten deleted, and I've searched through the registry with any key I can think of which might pertain to the game (and I indeed did find things to remove). Nothing works -- you go to install, and after a screen or two it asks if you want to UNINSTALL the game. Say yes, and get an error. Say no, process ends. Stalemate. I've contacted the people who make the game, and as is typical, they're of no help -- the only things they can suggest is what I've already tried. Someday I imagine I'll have to wipe the drive and reload it -- in which case we'll be able to install the game once again. (And THIS time we won't do an uninstall until it's no longer wanted.) BEWARE (for the sake of the kids)!
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