Hero mode activates once you've picked up a certain number of Lego pieces. The blatant similarities to the Lego Star Wars series are also troubling because they often leave you with the feeling that you're playing a retextured version of those games. The Toa in the game go through three stages which are upgraded as masks are collected. 39 aanbiedingen in augustus - Koop en verkoop bionicle hero eenvoudig op Marktplaats Lokale aanbiedingen - Ga ervoor! There are also 3 bonus levels available for purchase, which are accessed through Piraka Playground. The game was released in November 2006 by Traveller's Tales on PlayStation 2, Xbox 360, Nintendo GameCube, Microsoft Windows and by Amaze Entertainment on Game Boy Advance, and Nintendo DS, a Nintendo Wii version was later released in April 2007.

This is the only version that contains enemy spawners. GOLD CANISTER TROPHIES (non-italicized descriptions from the game itself, 2. Players control an anonymous hero out to stop the evil During gameplay, players collect Lego pieces with different point values. The frame rate will occasionally drag during some of the latter boss-fight sequences, though. However, many of the other arrangements that you'll occasionally hear aren't exactly a pleasant alternative, such as the cacophony produced by a French horn and electric guitar mash-up. Great for dodging attacks while you fire your weapon.With the Left Analog Stick, you can move your character while using the Right Analog Stick to aim or look around.

THE BIONICLE HEROES GUIDE version 1.1 (for Playstation 2 Entertainment System) by Davy Jones (a.k.a. In fact, Traveller's Tales seems to have given Bionicle Heroes no thought at all. Specifications. "PlayStation" and the "PS" Family logo are registered trademarks of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. A battle mode would have gone a long way in extending the value here, especially because slugging it out against another player with the six different elemental powers could potentially be pretty neat. You'll also find these effects in the PC version, but they look much cleaner, so the PC version looks the best. Boss enemies-which include the seven Piraka, the six Rahkshi from the 2003 story, and the large set characters Nidhiki, Krekka, Roodaka, Sidorak, Brutaka, and Axonn-are also unlocked for viewing after they have been defeated. The game stars that year's feature characters, the Toa Inika and the Piraka. After completing a level, points collected can also be used to purchase items and upgrades from the in-game Lego Shop. : Watch out for glitches. This version's storyline is similar to the DS version. There are 25 levels and 19 bosses in total. Scattered throughout the levels are several canisters that give bonuses when collected: collecting all of the silver canisters in a level unlocks a common enemy for viewing between levels, while each gold canister found unlocks a collectible item for viewing. And that's about it. How you interact with Bionicle Heroes is nearly identical to Traveller's Tales' other Lego series, Lego Star Wars. The one exception to this is in a stage where you face off against a boss and hordes of enemies...while you're in hero mode.

: Watch out for glitches. 1 Player Types Condition is Good. And if you're familiar with the lore, you'll know that Bionicle Heroes mostly follows the Bionicle Legends story arc. They are rare but very unpredictable, so don't be surprised if your game freezes after completing a level (which will force you to replay it to make its completion count, like in "Shattered Wreck", "Blizzard Peaks", and "Zaktan's Chamber"), or you find no or not enough baddies on a course ("Desert Outpost" and "Mountain Path", for example).

Players are able to upgrade weapons throughout the game, starting with the Toa Mata's tools before upgrading to the Toa Metru's tools and finally the Toa Inika's tools; armor and special abilities can also be upgraded.