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Trotz der abwechslungsreichen Welten ist der Spaß doch recht schnell vorüber. Geübte Spieler werden sich schnell im Endkampf wiederfinden. Immerhin erfahren Fans der Serie durch das Bonusmaterial vieles über die geheimnisvollen LEGO-Völker.
Game Informer Magazine
Wow, a 3D platformer! At this point, do we really need another generic walk-around-and-collect-things quest? Everything about Bionicle is quite solid, but it’s still a very unnecessary title – I feel like I’ve been playing this game since 1998. There are no glaring problems, which I suppose is a step up for Lego games, but it’s not enough to make this a competitive effort. Unless your eight-year-old has an affection for Legos that borders on obsession, you don’t need to bother with this title.
One of the contenders for the title of hottest toy franchise this holiday season is Lego's Bionicle. The line of action figures is reminiscent of Micronauts and Transformers, so it's a certainty that the colorful little robots will end up under a lot of Christmas trees. Lego and Disney have even teamed up to offer Bionicle: Mask of Light, a straight-to-video animated film that garnered good reviews when it was released in September.
Bionicle: The Game can hardly be called a game. The gameplay is such a hodgepodge of styles -- an attempt to keep kids entertained -- that you never get into the title. You're thrown from one seemingly random instance to another strung along by a thin storyline. This is simply a case of trying to stuff too many gameplay ideas into a game and dumbing it down way to much for a kid's audience.
Quel bel objet marketing que voici. On trouve entre autres, en bonus, une bande annonce du film qui sort justement en dvd. A la fin de la notice, une pub pour les jouets Bionicle s’est subrepticement glissée, bref c’est la joie. Dommage que LEGO ait un peu oublié de proposer aux joueurs un titre avec une durée conséquente, un gameplay évolué et un tout petit peu de plaisir de jeu. par contre ils n'ont pas oublié de rajouter des ralentissements proprements hallucinants sur cette version Gamecube !! Il y a des jours franchement où on ferait mieux de ressortir ses boîtes de Playmobil.