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BIONICLE (Macintosh)

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Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 5.0
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Im großen und ganzen ist Bionicle gut durchdacht und macht Spaß. Die nicht allzu tolle Grafik, eine eher naive Story und die Umsetzung deuten eher auf eine Zielgruppe unter zehn Jahren hin, ein Erwachsener sollte sich keinesfalls damit auseinandersetzen (dafür ist Bionicle ja auch nicht gedacht). Wer seinem/r Sohn/Tochter ein Geschenk machen will, der liegt bei Bionicle sicher richtig, legt am besten ein Gamepad bei und bereitet dem Nachwuchs sicherlich große Freude.
Inside Mac Games (IMG)
Bionicle is a game that obviously was not just churned out to make a quick buck. Some care and thought was put into the entire package, and younger players would doubtless enjoy it a great deal.
If there’s a Bionicle fan in your house who hasn’t already played this on a console, it may be worth your while. Otherwise, the game’s frustrating camera controls alone make this one to avoid—pick up a copy of Feral Interactive’s Rayman 3 instead.
Anyway, with the kids today it's all Bionicles, which look very much like robots but apparently aren't. They are, in fact, "Toa," the mystical guardians of the light who fight Makuta, who also looks like a robot, but isn't. As you might expect, the bad guy shows up and it's the job of the good guys to fight his endless stream of ever-more-powerful henchmen while increasing their own power. If he were thinking about this at all, the villain would send his most powerful henchmen out right away to crush the heroes before they became powerful enough to challenge him. But then I guess that wouldn't be much fun.