Thursday, 21 February 2013

Bionicle Heroes Review

I've been with Bionicle from the beginning to the end. I've been into it since 2001 to 2010 and collected a vast amount of the sets released for it. 2006 is where I REALLY got into the series. 2006 was, in my opinion, the top of the Bionicle series. During that year they released a video game based on the 2006 storyline. I am here to talk about it.

Story-4/10- The story is very basic. These bad dudes named the Piraka have taken over an island and have a thing you want. You, being the almighty god chosen Toa, have beat them and get the thing back. There's also something about the Piraka turning the animals of the island into monsters, but that's just an excuse to bring in old bad guys from previous years.

However, the game has a myriad of continuity problems, such as dead characters being alive, good characters being evil, and thing that really shouldn't be on the island being there. However, this is null and void, as it makes up for these errors in the extra content, which I will get to in a minute.

Friday, 15 February 2013

Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions Review

Spider-Man is really the only Marvel character I care and know a lot about. He's just one of the more likable Marvel characters. He also has the second best rogues gallery , right next to Batman. But enough about me liking Spidey, it's reviewing time!

Story-7/10- The game starts with Amazing Spidey stopping Mysterio (AKA The best Spider-Man villain) from robbing a museum. In the process, Spidey breaks an ancient stone tablet that keeps the dimensions in balance or something. Madame Web, Spidey's mentor or something I guess, tells him he done screwed up and that he needs to get the pieces back. Madame Web also gains access to the alternate versions of Spidey from alternate dimensions to help gather the pieces.

Friday, 8 February 2013

Disney Universe Review

Disney is cool. There are a lot of good Disney films, like Nightmare Before Christmas, and The Muppets. Those are also the only Disney movies I own on Blu-Ray, so they're really the only ones I can name. I'm going to do some reviewing here I go.

Story-4/10- Disney Universe takes place in a weird virtual reality thing called the Disney Universe. Pretty creative, I know. But this place recreates famous Disney movies and sequences, and it's run by a blue cube named VIC, short for Virtual Information Cube. There's also robots that work there, but they're friendly. Oh wait no they aren't, cause this dude named HEX takes over the program and makes everything evil and red. That's basically it. You have to go through levels and beat up bad guys, and then when you beat the last level it ends. The ending is pretty amazing though

Saturday, 2 February 2013

Toy Story 3: The Video Game Review

Movie licensed games are almost never good, with some of the most infamous games made being based off movies, such as E.T and Bebe's Kids. However, once in a blue moon, a good one comes out, having original concepts and creativity. Toy Story 3: The Video Game is one of those games. Heck, it was good enough to inspire that Disney Infinity game that's coming out.

Story-5/10- Being based on a pre-existing plot, the game tries to adapt it into an interactive perspective. However, this is where it falters, as it really doesn't follow the plot of the film all that well, sometimes for good, sometimes for bad. The plot follows Woody, Buzz, Jessie, Rex, Hamm, and Slinky Dog as they make they're way to SunnySide Daycare and meet Lotso Huggin Bear. Woody wants to go home because he has to go to college with his owner, but is sidetracked from that by having to save his friends from SunnySide because the place turns out to be evil.