Bionicle GameCube
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  • Summary: Bionicle puts the elemental powers of the Toa at your fingertips to battle the forces of evil. Summon blasts of fire, ice, water, stone, earth, and air in six island environments. With Toa energy, you can snowboard down Mount Ihu, surf through lava rapids, and race through Pohatu's desert. Your path takes you through jungles, mountains, and lakes, and ends in Makuta's lair. It's up to you to defeat the evil spirit and stop his Bohrok from devouring all of the island's resources. Expand
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  2. Negative: 3 out of 5
  1. Unless your eight-year-old has an affection for Legos that borders on obsession, you don't need to bother with this title. [Jan 2004, p.141]
  2. The difficulty is too high for novices, but experienced platformer fans will enjoy the challenge. [Jan 2004, p.159]
  3. All the wonder of the Bionicle universe has been bled dry by a vapid design and an atrocious camera system.
  4. And yes you did read that right, there are just six measly levels. Which disappointingly explains the reason that tasks (or rather chores) such as mini- bosses and end of level fights can be extremely tiresome and the wrong side of difficult.
  5. 38
    The adventure is also far too short and easy -- you can complete the entire game (100%) in less than two hours -- even while struggling with some counterintuitive (because of control) levels.
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  1. [Anonymous]
    Dec 20, 2004
    It sucks but i gave it a 1 because it is a game(but a crappy one).
  2. SandyM.
    Feb 9, 2004
    It SUCKS and way to hard.