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Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole - Playstation 3

Platform : PlayStation 3
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  • Experience the magical, airborne adventure of the Legends of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'hoole epic 3D film
  • Rise to the challenge of a secret mission to uncover a threat to the owl kingdom, as you become a young Guardian
  • Soar into stunningly rendered scenes from the movie with the freedom of 360° flight mechanics
  • Explore five unique worlds as you fly your way through 25 thrilling levels
  • Enjoy the challenge and excitement of a wide variety of gameplay styles, including flight, combat, racing and RPG-style leveling up
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A companion game to the upcoming Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole theatrical release, this videogame will take players on an amazing adventure as they customize their very own Guardian owl and experience an airborne adventure like never before. Take on the role of a young Guardian and set out on a secret mission to uncover a new threat to the owl kingdom. Fly, race, fight off enemies, string together combos, and battle epic bosses throughout the mystical and magical world of Ga'Hoole.

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Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole
Soar into stunningly rendered scenes from the movie
Stunningly rendered scenes

Synopsis

The starry night sky holds more secrets, more danger — and more magic — than you could ever imagine. Over treetops, beyond the tallest skyscrapers and above mountains, an entire world teems with mystery and legend. It is a world of flight, a world where owls rule the night, a world where a majestic kingdom stands proudly in the clouds — but it is a world in peril. Soar into the secrets of the deep, black realm above and become part of the epic legend that will come to define an entire stratosphere.

In Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole, you'll take flight as a young Guardian owl, charged with a dangerous mission — to uncover a dark secret that threatens the glorious kingdom in the sky. Combining RPG-style immersion with frenetic combat, high-speed racing and awe-inspiring 360° flight mechanics, Legends of the Guardians plunges you into the action and adventure of the major motion picture. Flap, glide and dive through an epic journey that leads you into five stunningly rendered worlds and across more than 25 levels. A robust combat system, complete with lock-on targeting and melee combos brings feather-flying brawls to life as you battle bosses and frightening foes. The owl kingdom is looking for a hero — it's time for you to fly into action.

Targeting and melee combos
Targeting and melee combos

Key Features:

  • Experience the magical, airborne adventure of the Legends of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'hoole epic 3D film
  • Rise to the challenge of a secret mission to uncover a threat to the owl kingdom, as you become a young Guardian
  • Soar into stunningly rendered scenes from the movie with the freedom of 360° flight mechanics
  • Explore five unique worlds as you fly your way through 25 thrilling levels
  • Enjoy the challenge and excitement of a wide variety of gameplay styles, including flight, combat, racing and RPG-style leveling up
  • Combat dangerous enemies in feather-flying midair fights and epic boss battles, using a robust combat system with lock-on targeting and melee combos

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  • ASIN: B003DU36L4
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 14, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,730 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Format: Video Game
---Length---
The game's main story is pretty short: On my first play-through as a Spotted Owl (weakest attack, but fastest flier) I clocked the main story in around 4 hours. On a subsequent play-through as a Horned Owl (higher attack) I cleared the last stage in a little under 3 hours.

---Difficulty---
For the most part, it's a fun slash n' dash through Bats, Crows, Pure Ones, and Hagsfiends that is thoroughly enjoyable and you'll rarely be defeated by enemy fliers if you stay alert. However, bosses and some missions are drastically more difficult than the rest of the game. The bosses are a welcome challenge, and all of them have special quirks or behaviors that demand an extra level of effort and strategy to defeat. The few escort missions are probably the most challenging in the game. One mission in particular in Tito forest has you escorting owlet carriers to a new base for the resistance- and I failed this mission many, many times on the first play-through, but beat it in the first go on the second play-through (the extra attack power of a different owl-type helped a lot). In short, the boss battles are fun and will give you a challenge, while the escort/rescue missions can be pretty demanding and intense.

---Combat---
The combat is great and engaging once you unlock all the different attacks- which is easily done. All the attacks have a good heft and versatility. You can fling enemies into terrain or obstacles, ram them out of the skies, chain together combos- and my personal favorite- the "Fall From Grace" attack: you lock talons with an enemy and plummet towards the ground, releasing at the last moment to smash your foe into the ground and break-neck speed for insane damage.
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A Kid's Review on February 15, 2011
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I have had this game for about a month and I am still not done with it. In my point of view I think it is pretty challenging but you never know. If you like games where you fly around and fight this is the game for you. Have you ever faced a level where you were almost done then you screwed up? Some of these levels are like that so if you don't have a lot of patience and get very frustrated easily then this might not be the game for you. Remember this I'm only 10 so you might look at it differently just telling you that.
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Although the Demo for the PS3 version of this game on PSN is rated poorly, and makes the game look terrible, it's actually an enjoyable game. You see, the Demo is placed smack dab in the middle of the game, where the difficulty is far too advanced for someone just starting the game. So that's why the Demo is no fun.
Anyway, as a fan of the Book Series, I instantly got this game. The game doesn't let you choose the name of your owl, -sadly-, but you can choose one of four different species; Spotted, Barn, Horned, or Great Grey owl. Spotted owl is the fast and weak one, Barn Owl is overall good in everything, Horned basically is terrible in everything and is worst one to pick, and Great Gray is slow, but it's the strongest. In the end I recommend choosing Barn Owl or Great Grey on your first try and then, if you want a Gold Trophy, beat the game with the rest of the owls as well.

The game doesn't really get old. Although it's short, the missions have variety, and you're never doing the same thing twice. The Bonus Mission in each Stage is basically just a Free Play, where you can roam around Tyto or Kuneer and such, and pick from extra missions.

I'm already in the last world, and I got the game about 5 days ago. I spent a large ammount of time collecting trophies, and if I didn't, I'd be done with the game by now.

So all in all it's a great game, and pretty easy to get Gold Medals and to beat the game. Although the story is kind of boring and most of the gameplay mechanics won't make much sense to younger players, it's a realy great game.

Oh, also, there are a few minor glitches, but they are always fixed in about 5 seconds so there shouldn't be a problem.

The game is $50 and it's only about 5 1/2 hours long, INCLUDING collecting all the trophies, so the price is kind of jumping the bucket. Perhaps renting the game and beating it would be better.
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The Owls of Ga'Hoole became my favorite book series after the animated feature dazzled me in 2010. It's somewhat of a strange thought that the video game is based off a movie that is based off a book. Know that the video game largely takes place in the movie's fiction, though there are countless goodies that fans of the book series will recognize and love.

In response to the game's story, it exists and is more entertaining than I thought it would be. It won't win any awards for creativity or originality, but your character, Shard, has an interesting past that adds a feeling of depth. If you've read the books, this depth is even easier to grasp as the entire Ga'Hoole world is rich with culture and detail.

The gameplay itself is as simple as could possibly be. If ever I lost a life, it was due to my inability to complete an objective on time or my inability to defend a certain owl group. Shard can take a healthy amount of damage, even in what seems like fatal plummets to the ground or a random tree. This bashing about doesn't mean the flight controls are difficult. These things just happen in heavy conflicts with a lot going on (or maybe I just suck. Who knows). The game has a "lock on" feature that focuses the camera on the nearest enemy or objective, which at times can disorient you. But the aid this feature provides far outweighs potential disorientation.

Shard's different attacks feel right, though there's a lack of intensity or violence in the combat that older players will notice. The world pauses shortly every time you hit an enemy as if to highlight or show off your move, but I personally believe it interrupts the flow of melee combat. Or perhaps I've just been playing too much of the "Condemned" games, you never know.
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