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Bionicle ( for XBOX )

Platform : Xbox
Rated: Everyone
3.6 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews
Metascore: 49 / 100
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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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Product Description

Product Description

Join the six heroes of destiny, the Toa, as they face their greatest challenge of all.

From the Manufacturer

In a time before time, in a world you've only imagined, a shadow has been cast, six heroes have been chosen and the greatest of all challenges has been laid down. With the awesome elemental powers of the Toa at your fingertips, it has fallen to you to defeat Makuta and return the island of Mata Nui to light. Be the Toa--Live out the Legend...

Product Details

  • ASIN: B00009X3VG
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.8 x 0.5 inches
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #47,223 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Customer Reviews

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My 6 year old son is a Bionicle fan, and he also loves platform-style games, so this title is a perfect fit. I think that, for the target audience, the game is well done. It is short; my son beat it in two days all by himself (except for two fights that I did for him). It might be better if it were priced in the thirty dollar range, because of the length. But there is a good mix of action/platforming gameplay involved, and it never gets too difficult. If you die, you just restart the section you were on, with no penalty, no limit on "lives", nothing. Very kid-friendly. Argonaut Games also created the excellent I-Ninja, so there's a quality developer behind the title. The graphics are not really up to Xbox standards, but for a multi-platform release they are serviceable and do have some nice lighting effects. The story also ends up reflecting events in the Mask of Light DVD movie, so if you're familiar with that, it will add another dimension to the game for you. Bottom line: if you are wondering if this game is worth your money, I say yes if you are buying it for a younger Bionicle fan. It's a game he or she will enjoy and will actually finish in a few days (how many unfinished games do you have sitting on your shelf?)
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This game will definetly NOT appeal to hard-core gaming fans, but fans of BIONICLE(which I am) and Kids should like it. It's fairly easy, but we just recently got an Xbox and this was the first game we tried on it(you can't try something like Halo and expect to be good at it right away).

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.
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A Kid's Review on February 12, 2005
This game helps bring the real BIONICLE lover to life. It is great for people who have been a fan of BIONICLE for a long time. It also is great for youngsters.

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.
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If you're a fan of the Bionicle toys, this is a great game. If you're a Bionicle story know-it-all, this game will bug the crap out of you, like Rahi, Bohrok, and Rahkshi all being around at the same time, and Turaga Nuju speaking in words instead of clicks and whistles. The game itself is surprisingly hard, being a kids' game, however a lot of friends I've talked to who played this game said it was easier when they were younger, but got harder and harder as they got older.

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.
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By A Customer on December 28, 2003
I got this game for chrismas and I was very exited about playing it.I switched it on and the first thing I noticed was that the that the toa and the villagers look really different than they do in the movie and the toy.I beat the game in 5 1/2 hours.They make tou be toa Tahu in the start then Kopaka,and just from there you get the toa nuva,then you use Gali and fight all 6 bohrok kal with no help.Then Pohatu kills lerahk with no hand to hand fighting same thing when you use Lewa exept you're fighting Panrahk.Then you surf with Tahu and you have to get to Ta-koro before Kurrahk then the game kills Kurrahk you get the mask of light it puts itself on Takua and then you fight Makuta.Makutas way to easy for a bionicle as powerful as him.The game was fun and it was cool to use the toa but there is alot of things they could have done but they didnt.It certainly needs better graphics and more realistic characters.
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