Summary: The game's simple and repetitive, clearly aimed at children. It's extremely easy. I never even got a game over through the whole thing, and barely ever lost a "mask". The gameplay is the same thing over and over, and only the softest of gamers would truly find it enjoyable beyond the first couple of levels.
Summary: If you're a fan of anything--and i mean REALLY a fan--you will do almost anything for _______ (you can fill that in). In other words, no matter what people say about this game (including myself) if you are a Bionicle FAN you will ultimately buy this game. The reason? um....JustCause? I am also a Bionicle fan (hugely so. I remember when it first came out--10 years ago!) so you can rest assured that this review is honest.
Only Good For A Coaster If You Don't Have High End Computer
C. Kretsinger "NetPotion", Amazon
31 May 2009
Summary: The requirements listed for this game are bologna. I have a fairly decent computer and this game locked up almost immediately. Make sure you have a really good computer or you will be very disappointed. In this case, it was my children who were disappointed. ----------------------- My computer specs: Single core 2ghz AMD processor (Don't even try this game without a dual core) Nvidia 8400 GS video card with 248 MB onboard memory 2 GB of ram on main system.
Summary: This game has entertained my son for many hours. The robots blast each other into lego pieces, moving through a complicated maze of tunnels accompanied by a stirring sound track that sounds like the heroes have arrived. It's action packed without any meaningful violence.
Summary: My son really enjoyed playing this game. Unfortunately, as games get bigger and bigger, we ran out of space on the hard drive. In order to make room to install a new game (Heroes is BIG), we went through the uninstall routine. Knowing this wouldn't be a permanent solution, I then added another hard drive. Naturally he wanted Heroes back on the PC, but it won't install.
Summary: This game was created by and in the same format as those who created lego star wars. Thinking that is the base it should be good. It isn't. The character remains locked to the side of the screen. In an effort to make it like an FPS while keeping all the stuff that made SWL good doesn't work. The movement of the character in the environment gave me a headache. You basically just go around and shoot shoot shoot with no real purpose.