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Voya Nui Online Game

Posted by Nathan Evo , Jun 30 2013 · 233 views

Yeah... This isn't quite as fun as I remember it being.

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SO MUCH RUNNING. HEY GARAN HOW ABOUT YOU MOVE CLOSER SO I DON'T HAVE TO GO ACCROSS VOYA NUI EVERY TIME YOU WINK. AAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaa yeah. It gets kind of repetitive, though it isn't all bad. The boss fights are fun.
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The Lonesome Wanderer
Jul 01 2013 08:01 AM

Never could beat Zaktan...

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Own Personal Quixote
Jul 01 2013 09:36 AM

Never could beat Zaktan...

Copious spear usage is your friend.

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:kaukau: I haven't played that game since I first joined BZPower.  I think my first post might have actually been about that game.  Wow, this bring back memories.


Yeah, it wasn't the most fun game and I had some issues with it, since you really didn't branch out much, but it was still more fun than most of the games on the site.  I think I'd play it again...someday.



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I don't think that any of the online games after MNOG quite had the same immersive, adventurous feeling as the original. MNOGII introduced repetitive item collection and leveling-up that could become tedious, and was riddled with bugs. VNOG's world wasn't as immersive due to the top-down view, its battles were fairly repetitive, and there wasn't as much story or world-building as in the previous two online games.

I never played the Toa Metru games, which were only available through the Kanoka Club. From what I've seen they come closer to the MNOG in terms of storytelling and immersion, though they have a more realistic, set-accurate art style.
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You remember it being fun? I remember it alternating between dull and cripplingly difficult, but I don't think even then I'd describe it as "fun".

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Cheat Code: "pieceofcake". Enjoy your game. :)

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Cheat Code: "pieceofcake". Enjoy your game. :)

I'm aware of the cheat codes, and I'm trying to play through the game without them.
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The Nui Blaster is just terrible.
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Jul 25 2013 04:58 AM

I liked the reinterpretations of the Kanohi masks though.


Well, the general art assets and the world were pretty good overall.


Everything else is eh.

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