Summary: I bought this game because I love the lego games so much so i thought "Ok i like lego games so I'll buy this." It is good fun, the levels are nice and easy to play. The characters are created very good.
Summary: Lego has really surprised everyone with their hit games. Now, their moving out of the cutesy games and into the hard-hitting shooter genre. And they don't do that bad. Firstly, those of you who seem to think gaming was created for adults... No it actually wasn't. This game is a great move by Lego to get slightly older kids into games. And Heroes isn't half bad. The graphics are decent, and the enviroments are beautiful.
Summary: Here's another game that was bizarrely reviewed in harsh fashion by Gamespot, where if it's not a big-name title or a the console version, it's going to get ripped a new one. Clearly, CLEARLY this title is aimed at a younger audience and features a very reasonable price to boot, yet it wasn't deep enough or worth the valuable time of the GS reviewer who must be (appare ntly) making a grand an hour if this game wasn't worth his efforts or a good score.
Summary: I bought it because I loved playing Lego Star Wars II, and thought it would be similar. While it is slightly similar, it's lacking in almost every aspect. The cooperative 2-player that was so much fun in LSW2 is totally missing, and the gameplay gets old quickly. While it's not the worst game I've ever played, it's hard to recommend.
Summary: Great action-adventure gameplay. My kids (12 and 10) and I are totally hooked on the game. A nice departure from Lego Star Wars-style play, Bionicle Heroes uses an "over-the-shoulder" 3rd-person view, similar to Gears of War that works really well for this game. Other big benefits: great support for next-gen PC graphics cards with Shader Model 3 support such as on GeForce 7 and new 8 Seri es running a super-high widescreen resolutions makes the special effects and...
Excerpt: Oh man, what a game! Ok, I say I own it - I don\'t actually, I bought it for my 6 year old boy. Let him try and back this game back off me though! The game plays on 2 levels essentially - the 1st a simple shoot em up, but they you have the Matoran shop side of things. Here you can trade up the lego pieces you have collected in each level and buy the power-ups relevant to each of the 6 TOAs.
Pros: Fast, easy, great back drops
Cons: Could get boring after you have got all the power - ups