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About the product
- 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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Bionicle Heroes brings the characters and world of LEGO's Bionicle universe to life. This brand-new action/adventure title for kids allows players to control the entire of Bionicle figures, from the heroic Toa Inika to the villainous Piraka. Battle and explore your way through the jungles, volcanoes, and deserts of the mysterious island of Voya Nui in this epic quest. In order to survive, players will need to master the powerful weapons and elemental powers of each Bionicle character. Solve the challenges and puzzles of this uniquely interactive LEGO universe, spanning over 25 different levels and 6 elemental zones. Unlock special playable characters, such as the Piraka Experience the simple controls and accessible gameplay design created just for kids and families
Top customer reviews
Obviously a bionicle theme lego star wars game with the same easter egg hunt looking for parts to build sets to get more points
Our heros are of the worst toy sets ever
The heros were given toa mata weapons....
WTF???? Ugh wth lego
Jaller has some fire ball gun
Matoro had kopakas ice sword as a sniper rifle
Hahli had gahli's hook as a water gun
Nuparu had onua's claw that fired a bomb
Kongu had lewas axe as some laser spread gun
Hewki had a rocket launcher...
Ugh guys. Im 100% sure heros dont use guns
And the toys had thier own unique weapons.
This is terrible
terrible gameplay too
There are no really fancy graphics. But, it does have creatures that my son built over the past few years since the Bionicle movies came out (1, 2, and 3). What it really underlines is this: how much more fun it is to INTERACT with a game, than to sit passively in front of movie he's seen a dozen times before.
Check it out. It doesn't have the fifty buck price tag of some of the other games. And, it will re-ignite your interest in Bionicles, Legos and, of course, LEGOLAND!