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Bionicle ( for XBOX )
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- Six unique regions to discover and explore
- Six bosses and one final boss to confront and defeat
- Puzzles to test players' wits and fast-paced levels that find the player surfing lava, snowboarding down mountains, and racing across the desert
- Dramatic special effects such as powering up the Toa character with elemental energy from the environment and combat effects as you use blasts of elemental energy
- Detailed storyline with the satisfying final goal of defeating the ultimate evil boss, Makuta
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BIONICLE fans might find something lacking about it, and I'll tell you: Not enough levels. The only Original Toa you can play are Tahu and Kopaka, and then you play all the Toa Nuva in turn EXCEPT Kopaka Nuva. Oh well.
Still, don't be put off by video game review websites or some lousy customer reviews. It IS a fun game, has some challenging parts, and has good graphics(not amazing, but still good). The stupid "bad camera angles" are junk talk, because you can control the angle(except for a few parts, but what it's doing is showing you the way)and it looks fine to me.
It's a great game, and pretty well designed for a Kid's game.
The only question is... when is the sequel coming out? I think that they should come out with a sequel. I love this game but this only involves the first toa's experience. What about the Vahki, The Toa Metru and so on. This game is great but it also needed some imrovements.
The game is basically a tie-in to the Mask of Light movie, summarizing the story of the first three years (Rahi, Bohrok, Bohrok-Kal, and Rahkshi), but it really doesn't follow the canon story at all. But the graphics, though dated, capture the feeling I got from the first story arc perfectly. The Toa Nuva look the best here than anywhere else.
The game is divided into 8 levels.
Level 1: Tahu Mata - Toa of Fire
Fight through Ta-Wahi, the fire region around Mount Ihu, battling Rahi beasts like Nui-Jaga, Nui-Rama, and then Bohrok at the end. You find a Krana, a Bohrok's brain, and meet up with Kopaka, the Toa of Ice.
Level 2: Kopaka Mata - Toa of ice
This level is basically just a race. You play as kopaka and try to meet up with a poorly portrayed Turaga Nuju. He tells you to follow a Bohrok before it destroys Ko-Koro, the Ice village.
There were originally going to be levels of Gali, pohatu, Onua, and Lewa Mata, but they were cut from the game due to time constraints. A Kopaka Nuva level was also planned.
In the backstory, the other Toa also gathered a few Krana, only six, and are transformed into Toa Nuva by... energy from the Krana?! This part doesn't follow the story at all.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I played this game a long time ago when I was a kid, and I thought it was awesome. Now that I am older and have played a more variety of games, this game falls into the "If... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mark
This game is awesome on the xbox. I used to have this game for pc and it SUCKS on pc. On the xbox it runs perfectly smooth. As a bionicle fan, this game is so cool, it's perfect. Read morePublished on March 19, 2013 by Mike50
This could be more fun if it wasn't so short. The game also freezes a couple times on my 360. Also the game doesn't have much story and some parts have no explanation as to what's... Read morePublished on August 24, 2012 by Zack Fisch
This is a great game, but a bit outdated. For better gaming, check out "Bionicle Heroes."Published on March 13, 2010 by Raffaele2020
This game is the best one to hit the game market yet. I loved the game and so did my whole family. This game is nothing but FUN!!!!!!! Id give it about 14 stars.Published on July 23, 2004
THis game has poor graphics, little gameplay, boring content, and does not deliver what has been expected. Read morePublished on November 23, 2003