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#41 Offline aaninja64

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Posted Aug 03 2012 - 11:03 AM

This sums it up quite nicely.Posted ImageIt's a good game, but the repetitiveness does get boring.EDIT: On the blue side of the graph, I meant Gafna, not Gavna.

lol, yeah, pretty much. I would always fight a few Rahi along the way while traveling to talk to Garan. Or kill a Gafna.

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Posted Aug 10 2012 - 01:09 PM

The game was fantastically made. It was one of their only two fighting RPGs (the other should be obvious). The lack of player interaction was a bit of a disappointment, as having the ability to meet with other players (maximum of 6, of course) would have been cool. Of course, the game would be drastically different if that were the case. I found the game to be quite enjoyable and will replay it at some point in the future. It was made by Ankama Studios, who made Dofus, which remains one of my favorite MMOs.As said above, the game really can't be compared to MNOGs I and II. The games are all significantly different. VNOG is best for those who enjoy fighting RPGs and grinding.Vezon is quite easy to defeat. Just pick up two Launchers (the powerful versions) and shoot him then run away. He won't ever reach you. I assume that works for most characters although I haven't played recently. For Zaktan, if you can beat Vezon, you can beat Zaktan. He's ridiculously underpowered, especially since you have the Mask of Life. He should be at least twice as powerful if not more.

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Posted Aug 10 2012 - 08:26 PM

When it first came out, I enjoyed VNOG somewhat, but due to a glitch I never made it past the third chapter. It seems like the original MNOG was the only significant online Bionicle game that wasn't riddled with massive bugs - which is fortunate, as that would have made even more tedious than it was back in the age of dial-up internet.

VNOG bored me, frankly. It had no meaningful story information (or if there was any, I didn't get to it).

That is because 2006 was the year Bionicle officially abandoned any attempts to synchronize its main storyline material with its additional multimedia content. Between VNOG, Piraka Attack, Matoran Escape, Inika Island Assault, the interactive flash videos, and Bionicle Heroes, the Voya Nui saga alone spawned around half a dozen alternate continuties. It's understandable, considering that most typical Bionicle fans had only a basic knowledge of the storyline, and thus didn't care about inconsistencies between online games and books they likely never even read. And anyways, the increasingly intense and Toa-centric focus of the storyline made another MNOG type game all but impossible.

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Posted Aug 11 2012 - 11:33 AM

I liked it, yet they should have made a metru nui online game.
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Posted Aug 12 2012 - 04:05 PM

I will always love VNOG.
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Posted Sep 08 2012 - 11:08 PM

I've played the game all the way though as every toa, most of the Piraka and several rahi using the cheats. And yes it does get repetitive but i use the cheats to get from place to place.
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Posted Sep 09 2012 - 01:44 AM

I liked it, yet they should have made a metru nui online game.

I can't remember, because it was so long ago for me, but I believe there was a really awesome fan-made game that took place in metru nui. To describe it, I think I would say it's kind of a combination between the mnogs and vnog. And it was awesome. I really wish I could remember what it was, I would totally try to find a way to play it. You could play akilini!

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Posted Sep 09 2012 - 09:52 AM

I liked it, yet they should have made a metru nui online game.

I can't remember, because it was so long ago for me, but I believe there was a really awesome fan-made game that took place in metru nui. To describe it, I think I would say it's kind of a combination between the mnogs and vnog. And it was awesome. I really wish I could remember what it was, I would totally try to find a way to play it. You could play akilini!

http://www.menol.org/There you go. Easily one of the best, if not the best, fan-created BIONICLE games in existance.

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Posted Sep 10 2012 - 12:01 AM

Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!(CLICK)Edit:

http://www.menol.org/There you go. Easily one of the best, if not the best, fan-created BIONICLE games in existance.

I totally agree.

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Posted Sep 10 2012 - 02:00 AM

This sums it up quite nicely.Posted ImageIt's a good game, but the repetitiveness does get boring.EDIT: On the blue side of the graph, I meant Gafna, not Gavna.

You perfectly summarised the overall tedium of a lot of the gameplay. The graphics were pretty cool though. I feel it should have had a better name than Voya Nui online game, that was just given because of the MNOG and MNOG 2. It had very little resemblance to those, and objectives were very different.

Lol. I thought I was actually getting somewhere when playing the game, so I put up with the tedium. And finished it. But you are indeed correct.

http://www.menol.org/There you go. Easily one of the best, if not the best, fan-created BIONICLE games in existance.

Actually, Menol suffers from tedium even worse than VNOG does. I don't want to think about the steel-gathering, widget-earning, brick-making...it took an eon, and it was so tiring.

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Posted Sep 15 2012 - 10:31 AM

VNOG was the first real game I ever played. I was eight years old, and at that point my parents would not allow me to play video games, they finally caved when I was ten. Since VNOG is really just a flash game, they let me play it, not really thinking anything of it. I played it while I was on vacation in France, and I became hooked, and it took me two weeks to beat. I cried when it was over, since I'd never really played a real video game before that could be completed. I have never played it since then, but after the rush of nostalgia that overcame me when seeing images from it, I imagine I would just become ecstatic. My dad says that he remembers the game's two songs when he remembers that vacation. VNOG is, without a doubt, the best flash game ever produced (tying with the MNOGs, and Menol).

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Posted Sep 21 2012 - 02:15 PM

I was wondering if anyone still plays Voya Nui online, and what their thoughts are on it. I personally like it a good bit, although it's too short.

Yeah. I still play the game. I love it!

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Posted Sep 21 2012 - 03:07 PM

I finished it once and I was like "it's about time!" Never finished it again.
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Posted Oct 06 2012 - 09:02 PM

I never did finish VNOG unfortunately. It just got too boring for me. The lack of variety in its soundtrack also annoyed me. It looked great though!
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Posted Oct 16 2012 - 09:15 AM

I still haven't finished it...
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Posted Oct 23 2012 - 12:19 PM

^ I'd definitely go and try and finish it. VNOG was such a fantastic game. Countless hours were spent grinding and moving from map to map... Ahh, such good memories. - Taka
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Posted Nov 19 2012 - 11:24 AM

I only actually finished it last week. The game was really good, although the chart posted earlier is 100% accurate. The running back and forth was a massive pain. (I abused the console and teleported around the island instead, to save my sanity.) I liked how the weapons got gradually more powerful as you went along, and how they did different stuff. One big complaint I have (other than Earth and Stone being mixed up) is that the final boss was a huge let down. Zaktan? AFTER Vezon? Zaktan was a pushover that I finished in two rounds, and Vezon in four. Right before that, I had to fave FIVE Piraka, some of whom had more than a thousand HP. Plus, I felt the ending was a bit anticlimactic. "Yay. You got the Ignika. Now let's continue playing the same music you've been listening to this entire game."Don't get me wrong, though, I had lots of fun getting that far, though!
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Posted Nov 20 2012 - 10:52 AM

This sums it up quite nicely.Posted ImageIt's a good game, but the repetitiveness does get boring.EDIT: On the blue side of the graph, I meant Gafna, not Gavna.

Truth! This was the only reason why I never played it again after I finished it. Too much back and forth. But the art style was cool, and the whole RPG element to it was great.TAK

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Posted Nov 20 2012 - 06:36 PM

I still like the VNOG.:) It's fun!:)
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Posted Nov 21 2012 - 04:41 PM

Would anyone have liked a remake for Mahri Nui/ Karda Nui or Bara/ Spherus Magna?

Totally. When I saw the ending to VNOG, I was expecting a Mahri Nui Online Game. I was kinda upset when there wasn't. I really enjoyed VNOG.

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Posted Nov 21 2012 - 11:55 PM

*Just beat Vezon/Fennrakk in a seperate window*What? Me, still liking the Voya Nui Online Game? I - hold on a second.Please Zaktan, I just beat every other Skakdi on this island in a row, two of which had two thousand HP. You're not honestly...Yes, apparently you are honestly.Uh, so yeah. I actually liked this game quite a bit, especially in the way some of the Piraka's abilities were handled. They could've seen more use, though, especially vision powers.Side note: I loved the Lava Launcher. It was so helpful against five of the Piraka, at least in combination with my Stone Power Launcher.
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Posted Nov 22 2012 - 07:44 AM

The Nui boaster was so unfair. I would literally skip to the end and just kill all the Piraka. Or hunt the Dermis Turtles.
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Posted Nov 23 2012 - 12:22 PM

I'm in love with the Nui Blaster! It's my baby! Fire once and never have to fire again. Although, I wish there was a big explosion whenever fired.
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Posted Nov 23 2012 - 12:30 PM

I wish there was a big explosion whenever fired.

Yeah, that would be awesome.

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Posted Dec 01 2012 - 10:47 PM

I never beat the game, nor did I even get very far.

 

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Posted Dec 16 2012 - 09:58 PM

I still miss Vnog. I never got to finish the game.


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Posted Dec 17 2012 - 12:49 AM

 

I liked it, yet they should have made a metru nui online game.

I can't remember, because it was so long ago for me, but I believe there was a really awesome fan-made game that took place in metru nui. To describe it, I think I would say it's kind of a combination between the mnogs and vnog. And it was awesome. I really wish I could remember what it was, I would totally try to find a way to play it. You could play akilini!

 

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Posted Dec 24 2012 - 11:54 AM

I never like it. It's to short, it's just plain HORRIBLE, and you can't ever use the weapons that your Toa has in set form.


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Posted Dec 24 2012 - 01:48 PM

I never like it. It's to short, it's just plain HORRIBLE, and you can't ever use the weapons that your Toa has in set form.

Short? You have obviously no played it. It takes a while to beat (without cheats). As for the weapons, so what?

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Posted Dec 24 2012 - 02:27 PM

I wish this game was brought back to life right now.


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Posted Dec 24 2012 - 05:55 PM

I wish this game was brought back to life right now.

You can play it on the BIONICLE Media Project.

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Posted Dec 24 2012 - 10:29 PM

 

I wish this game was brought back to life right now.

You can play it on the BIONICLE Media Project.

 

 

You can also get it from BOGA.


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Posted Dec 26 2012 - 09:14 PM

I found it fun for the first 10 minutes of playing.

Then I got bored and never set eyes on it again. :P


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Posted Dec 31 2012 - 04:39 AM

I demand a mobile version


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Posted Dec 31 2012 - 08:37 AM

I demand a mobile version

That would be interesting.

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Posted Dec 31 2012 - 09:06 AM

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I demand a mobile version

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Hmmm. VNOLG on the iPad. Or iPhone. Or Android. That actually seems pretty cool!


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