Bionicle Heroes DS

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  • Summary: Bionicle Heroes brings to life the most powerful and exciting LEGO characters ever seen in one game, in an action-packed world of adventure and discovery. Take control of a young hero as he steps out of the real world and into the strange and dangerous universe of Bionicle. Only by masteringBionicle Heroes brings to life the most powerful and exciting LEGO characters ever seen in one game, in an action-packed world of adventure and discovery. Take control of a young hero as he steps out of the real world and into the strange and dangerous universe of Bionicle. Only by mastering the powers and special abilities of the greatest Bionicle heroes will he be able to overcome the many challenges ahead. [Eidos Interactive] Expand
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 11
  2. Negative: 1 out of 11
  1. 80
    This is a satisfying shooter experience that fans of the genre shouldn't ignore.
  2. Games Master UK
    78
    A surprisingly entertaining adventure with great controls. [Mar 2007, p.84]
  3. Although it lacks online play, Bionicle Heroes is a surprisingly adept and enjoyable first-person shooter.
  4. Excellent for younger gamers, Bionicle Heroes is a well-designed and enjoyable shooter, although more experienced players might consider it lacking in challenges.
  5. From gameplay to graphics to sound, there's a lot to enjoy with Bionicle Heroes - just don't expect to be blown away. If you're a fan of action games or giant robots, this game is sure to keep you satisfied.
  6. Overall, accessible and straightforward and worth checking out if you’re a fan of either the genre or source material.
  7. Even the target audience has games in the same genre that are more well defined. While these may entertain, after one or two levels you realize that there is nothing new coming.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 9
  2. Negative: 5 out of 9
  1. KelliK.
    Dec 8, 2006
    9
    This is even better than Metroid Prime Hunters! But no wifi is bad thing.
  2. ChristinaS.
    Nov 23, 2006
    9
    I just thought I would mention that this is a first person shooter not a third like it says above. Also I am enjoying this one more than I just thought I would mention that this is a first person shooter not a third like it says above. Also I am enjoying this one more than metroid hunters. Not very challenging but always something going on. Expand
  3. Dec 4, 2015
    8
    I, a rabid BIONICLE fanboy, enjoyed this game. However, you, possibly not a rabid BIONICLE fanboy, may not. You see, it's certainly aI, a rabid BIONICLE fanboy, enjoyed this game. However, you, possibly not a rabid BIONICLE fanboy, may not. You see, it's certainly a competent game, even if you aren't into the toy line, it's just that knowing about the source material will make you appreciate the game on a whole other level. So the game is an FPS starring your favourite plastic heroes getting kidnapped by plastic bad guys, and now you have to play as a nameless grey plastic good guy to save them. Once you've finished the opening cut scene, you'll be given access to the six elemental regions of the island, as the game lets you choose the order you want to play them, Mega Man style. At the end of each region you'll take part in a boss fight, bringing you one step closer to saving the others. One thing those familiar with the toys are sure to pick up on after a few levels, is the fan service. So many iconic things from BIONICLE's past make this game even more fun to play in my opinion, and it's completely non canon, so crazy and impossible things are allowed to happen without screwing with the official story. One criticism iv'e heard is that the graphics are bad, but the sharp edges and blocky character models suit BIONICLE well - it's how the toys look after all. so if you like BIONICLE, this might just be the game for you. If not, you might still enjoy it, and might find a new love - colourful lumps of plastic with ridiculous names. Expand
  4. UltimateLuigi
    Aug 28, 2007
    4
    This not so much a game that you can actually play, but a game that lacks any remote idea of challenge. Sorry Lego.
  5. Dec 7, 2011
    4
    Third person (or is it first?) shooter set in a world populated by Lego Bionicle characters. Not too bad an engine, but also not the type ofThird person (or is it first?) shooter set in a world populated by Lego Bionicle characters. Not too bad an engine, but also not the type of game too fit for a DS. Expand
  6. Jan 9, 2015
    2
    A very bad port for the original PS2 game on the DS. It doesn't stay true to the PS2 version at all. The levels are completely different (andA very bad port for the original PS2 game on the DS. It doesn't stay true to the PS2 version at all. The levels are completely different (and worse), the enemies are even more repetitive, and the boss fights are way to easy. Not to mention its sub-par graphics which are not as good as the DS could do. 2/10 (horrible) Expand
  7. JameyS.
    Nov 20, 2006
    0
    Yes, a big fat goose egg for this one. As an angered parent, I am simply appalled by thought process that went behind this game's Yes, a big fat goose egg for this one. As an angered parent, I am simply appalled by thought process that went behind this game's creation. Lego BIonicle is a property for kids 7-13 years old. That is the age range stated on the box when you buy the Bionicle toys. Why the game developers chose to make a Teen-rated game based on this property is an EPIC blunder and one that will surely squash any potential that this title could have. When are you bottom-feeder game developers going to learn to understand your audience? Probably not before your doors will be shut. Expand

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#24 Most Discussed DS Game of 2006