Bionicle - PC

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Also for: PS2, Xbox, GameCube
Viewed: 3D Third-person, floating camera Genre:
Adventure
Media: CD Arcade origin:No
Developer: Argonaut Soft. Co.: Lego
Publishers: Electronic Arts (GB)
Released: 31 Oct 2003 (GB)
Ratings: PEGI 3+
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Summary

To many of us, Lego is remembered purely as a set of rainbow-coloured building blocks that kids used to build houses with. But there are many sides to the Lego franchise - just one of them is Bionicle. Aimed at older children, Bionicle is a set of dark action figures, and takes quite a large step away from the usual plethora of kids' toys. And these plastic creatures are set to come to life in EA’s Bionicle game for PC.

Set in a fantasy world in which a dark shadow has been cast, six unwitting heroes have been brought together to bring down the menacing Makuta. With your Toa powers at your fingertips, elemental spells and combat are going to be your greatest allies as you traverse six distinct and hostile game worlds inspired by elements such as fire, water and ice.

Once you have chosen your hero, you must explore the world of Mata Nui, defeating evil minions, overcoming hazards and solving puzzles along the way. It sounds very similar to an RPG experience, and in many respects, it is. It’s a great blend of adventure and combat, but it doesn’t inflict myriad stat menus and confusing dialogue on its players. It’s easily accessible, which is crucial to a game with a young target audience.

Much of your game will take place on foot, tinkering with Toa powers and ridding the game world of your enemies. But there are other ways to get around Mata Nui. In several unique sections of the game, players can snowboard down icy mountains and even surf through lava streams. They’re almost like mini-games and offer a break from the norm.

Bionicle is a sound adventure game that kids are going to love.

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