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    Bionicle: The Game - LEGO Interactive update
    Hot Bionicle NewsTuesday, May 27th, 2003 at 1:55am by Kelly, BZPower Co-Owner
    [Source: BZP Readers]

    The official LEGO Interactive web page has been updated with all five (yes, five) platforms for the upcoming "BIONICLE: The Game" software. And there are a few new screenshots, which all focus on Lewa.

    To see the screenshots, click either the PC version or PlayStation 2 version and make sure "screenshots" is highlighted. Click the "Next" button under the screen.

    Bionicle the Game screenshot Lewa flying  Bionicle the Game screenshot - Lewa in Le-Koro
    Bionicle the Game screenshot Lewa flying 2

    The official description reads: "In a time before time, in a world you've only imagined, a shadow has been cast, six heroes have been chosen and the greatest of all challenges has been laid down. With the awesome elemental powers of the Toa at your fingertips, it has fallen to you to defeat Makuta and return the island of Mata Nui to light. Be the Toa - Live out the Legend... Coming Soon!"

    In addition to the four previously-announced platforms (PC CD-ROM, PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, and Microsoft Xbox), it now looks like the game will be released for Game Boy Advance as well.

    Bionicle the Game GBA cover  Bionicle the Game GameCube cover  Bionicle the Game PC cover  Bionicle the Game PS2 cover  Bionicle the Game Xbox cover

    Nintendo Power magazine also has a short blurb on the upcoming game, with the following description: "Lego and EA Games send you to the world of Bionicle in a 3-D adventure. Players can build and operate their own Bionicle mechanisms."

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