Bionicle begins a new partnership between Electronic Arts and LEGO that lets you control the fate of our six heroes of Toa and the Tao of light. With Bionicle, LEGO begins its branching out from classic plastic toys into video games, movies, and action figures. A fresh combination of action and sports maneuvering, your adventures with Bionicle go farther than any normal gaming experience.
First off, Bionicles graphics and game play provide relative ease of controlling heroes and adventures. A few of the camera angels switch a bit fast, most of the graphics are amazing. Whether your gliding from tree leaves or surfing down lava channels, the 3-D Bionicle world is at many times a breathless visual voyage.
With that all said, the adventures of Bionicle cater more towards younger audiences. Compared to most action games which are extremely complex, Bionicle levels out into six unfussy levels and one basic storyline. The characters abilities also remain unchanged throughout the game as well. But, where the complexity lacks, the graphics and game play make up. In the world of Mata Nui, the Tao reign superior.