GBAtemp Recommends! Bionicle: Heroes G.R. Issue #9 (GBA) We hope you enjoyed last weeks GBAtemp Recommends! title. Glad to have you back! You are now reading the ninth issue of GBAtemp Recommends! - a weekly magazine feature in which we share our favourite Game Boy Advance titles. The games we recommend may be top titles from the GBA library, or they may be sleeper hits that flew by the radar, but one thing's certain, they're all fantastic games that deserve your play time! GBAtemp Recommends! Bionicle: Heroes If you're one that loves a constant, non-stopping shooter then you'll love this week's GBAtemp Recommends! title. Bionicle: Heroes is definitely one of the best shooters the GameBoy Advance has to offer. You'll find yourself in non-stop gunnin' action as you shoot up robots and baddies. From the beginning until the end, Bionicle: Heroes will keep engrossed in the action as bullets fly every direction. In Bionicle: Heroes, you'll guide the character through nineteen levels (that can sometime be repetitive, however you may not notice with so much gun slinging action going on!). Don't worry if you've never kept up with the Bionicle's storyline, this game's more about gameplay and less about nice storylines. I guess that could be considered a downside, though most who have picked this game play just for the gameplay alone. Bionicle: Heroes is one of those games you'll find a lot of replay action in. The graphics are quite detailed and sleek, and the music for Bionicle: Heroes isn't bad by any means (in fact the quality is quite good!). Give Bionicle: Heroes a try, we're sure you'll agree it's one of the best gun-and-run shooters in the GBA's game library.