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Kameo Elements of Power by Microsoft




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Kameo Elements of Power is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 21.
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  • Platform: Xbox 360 , Xbox One
  • Publisher: Microsoft
  • Developer: Rare
  • Category: Action , Adventure

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From legendary game developer Rare Ltd. comes Kameo: Elements of Power, a larger-than-life journey full of intense combat, magnificent exploration, and innovative action that allows Kameo to transform into incredible monsters to search out and battle ever-present evil.

The future of the world depends on Kameo, who must capture, harness, and unleash a wide assortment of monsters to rescue three of her Elemental Ancestors and destroy the Dark Troll King who threatens the planet and its wildlife.

In true Rare fashion, the world is wondrous and immense, the puzzles and challenges are brilliant, and the monster-oriented combat and exploration is innovative and unique.

When Queen Theena bestowed the power of transformation upon her youngest daughter, Kameo, it ignited the jealousy of her older sister Kalus. Filled with desire for revenge, Kalus has freed Thorn, the Troll King, from his age-old curse. Now Kameo must master her new abilities, seeking out warriors and harnessing their elemental powers. Only she can turn the tide against Thorn's army, rescue her kidnapped relatives and end Thorn's threat - forever!

With an ancient spell broken and the Troll King Thorn back to blight the kingdom with his dark army and darker ambitions, young elf Kameo - gifted with the rarest of talents but cursed by her family's involvement in Thorn's release - finds she has a dramatic and challenging role to play in events to come.

Guided by the age-old wisdom of the Mystic, Kameo sets out on a path which winds inexorably towards a confrontation with Thorn himself, knowing that along the way she must tackle other matters such as the deliverance of three Elemental Ancestors whose powers have been seized by the Dark King. It won't be an easy road, but our heroine has the crucial advantage of her inherited talents: talents which must be honed to their maximum capacity as she makes her way through a world bursting with strange life and breathtaking sights. Though she is young and her powers relatively untested in the wild world beyond the castle, Kameo has the determination and resourcefulness to see this quest through to its all-important end.

With ten Elemental warrior companions to rescue and command, each with their own very different abilities, Kameo can build up an impressive arsenal as she travels towards the distant shadow of the Troll Castle. At the heart of her powers is the ability to actually morph into the physical forms of these warriors, using their individual strengths to overcome Thorn's Trolls and other enemies, and to find a way through all manner of environmental hazards. Each warrior is backed by a specific element and its own distinct natural resources, with each new form changing the gameplay considerably: progress is a matter of deciding which to adopt in times of trouble...

The game's heroine, daughter of Theena, sister of Kalus, out to rescue the Elemental Ancestors and ultimately overthrow the Dark Troll King, Thorn. Kameo has the gift of transformation, allowing her to take on the form and abilities of any Elemental warrior that she takes as a follower.

Bitter to the point of betraying her family and the entire kingdom when Theena's powers were exclusively passed down to her sister Kameo, Kalus' actions have set her on a dark road from which there may be no return, making her a sworn enemy of her own flesh and blood.

The Dark King, overlord of the Trolls, sealed in stone following the last Great Battle but now free, thanks to the jealousy of one woman. As he always has, Thorn seeks dominion over the whole kingdom and all the life it contains, and will use every weapon and wile at his disposal to get it.

Ortho and the Mystic
Long-serving Royal aide, the sharp-tongued Ortho is the ideal foil for his level-headed wife, The Mystic. Kameo will have to prove herself to this unusual couple since they possess an unrivalled knowledge of the land and the Tribes that populate it, not to mention some invaluable magic.

Theena and the Ancestors
Relatives of Kameo and Kalus (Theena being their mother), and guardians of strong Elemental forces. The Ancestors grew complacent following the first defeat of the Trolls, and now find themselves in Thorn's clutches: Kameo must free them before their powers can be dangerously subverted.

The Warriors
Ten different species of Elemental warrior who can be rescued and recruited by Kameo on her journey, adding their strengths (and their physical forms) to her ever-expanding arsenal. From hulking ice beasts to nimble pugilistic weeds, there are allies to help in every situation.
* Morph-into-monster action: Transform in real-time into a dazzling array of incredible monsters each with its own fantastical strengths and fighting styles. To defeat the hordes of evil, players must strategically employ 10 elemental monsters from the five Elements of Power: Plant, Water, Rock, Ice, and Fire. Evolve Kameo's powers and abilities by tracking down, capturing, and harnessing the unique powers of each creature.

* Unleash an impressive arsenal of attacks and weaponry: With fast-paced action, loads of enemies, and massive boss encounters, success depends on the ability to think and act quickly using a boundless monster repertoire, skillful command of attacks, and keen ability to use "quick switch" combinations. Engage in up-close combat with a wicked boxing plant monster Pummel Weed, switch over to the rock monster Rubble to launch salvos of rocks, and finish off enemies as an ice yeti named Chilla by throwing penetrating ice spears.
Players have the freedom to use roughly 30 unique attack and exploration abilities, with the ability to enhance their skills through a variety of upgrades.

* Innovative combat system: A sophisticated combat scoring system will track players' effectiveness to outmaneuver, fight, and destroy the enemy. Vanquish foes with quick brutal attacks using the environment and a combination of monsters.

* Monsterous exploration: Monsters are key for combat, but also vital tools for exploration. Crafty use of monsters coupled with agility and timing is critical to unlocking new worlds, solving environment puzzles, and avoiding obstructions, traps, and enemies.
Use monsters to tunnel underground, climb ice walls, jump ramps, blow up obstacles, and much more.

* Action-packed journey across an immense world: Explore a vast and magical world filled with lush environments, wondrous creatures, clever puzzles, and big challenges. Gorgeous 3-D environments with sprawling hills, fertile valleys, and threatening lairs covermultiple fantasy-style locations and the dangerous Troll Castle. Battle relentless armies, go toe-to-toe with powerful elemental trolls, and confront daunting, yet outrageous, bosses.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from An underrated gem My memory of Kameo is somewhat fuzzy, so bear with me when I tell you this is one of my favorite games of all time. The gameplay centers around unlocking and transforming into different Elemental Warriors, each of whom possesses unique fighting and puzzle-solving capabilities. The game's graphics are decent, but its soundtrack is where the true magic lies. Its orchestrated tunes are simply amazing. To see what I mean, just look up "Hero's Theme Kameo". The story of the game is also great, and the world that it inhabits is so packed with mystery and lore that a prequel or sequel feels almost necessary. It's a shame that neither was ever made. However, there is one central problem I have with this game: length. It felt somewhat short, and though there's still a good amount of exploration to do after you beat it, I just wish there was more of this game to play. That being said, I cannot express how underrated I feel Kameo is. Some specific parts may have been annoying (i.e. underwater parts and the Snow Temple), but as a whole I cannot praise this game more. With its significantly reduced price, I definitely recommend purchasing Kameo, right now. (Sorry if my nostalgia biased me).
Date published: 2014-07-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from i love it i loved this game i wish microsoft would come out with another luv it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Date published: 2012-07-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Loved it. Kameo: Elements of Power was actually the first game I'd ever played on the Xbox 360. Loved it. Played it almost every day. Had a fun story to it and the graphics and controls weren't too bad. I liked the way you had to utilize certain monsters to complete certain tasks, it made it more innovative. Not for the hardcore gamers, but if you want to chill and earn some easy achievements, this is for you.
Date published: 2012-06-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from not bad this is a pretty cool game. knowing that you can turn into things. it is also co-op but you haft to beat each level first before. then you replay that level with a friend kinda dum its what it is. for 5 bucks give it a try not to bad
Date published: 2011-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved the game. It was fun and easy enought to understand what was going on and difficult enough to make it challenging and not boring. Its one of my favorite games for xbox. I like free roam action rpgs so its perfect for me.
Date published: 2011-10-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from EXCELLENT GAME THIS IS A GAME OF 5/5 Great graphics, awesome game play sometimes the controller sometimes doesnt respond, im mexican so i bought the spanish version and the sounds arent great but one day i played the english version and was very great so if you like this tipe of games buy it you will not regret it.
Date published: 2011-10-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great just great if i could go back in time till when i got it and play it again i would be super happy i hate how my xbox fell and broke the disc i still try to make the game work but im just gonna get a new one soon but this game is great especially at 5 dollars
Date published: 2011-09-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Colorful...a bit hard This game has really neat graphics, and pretty fun characters. for 5 dollars i would get this game. but to me its hard and sometimes boring.
Date published: 2011-08-20
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