It's quite good for short! Good job with the ending there with "Move Along". Took me back when I thought the Inika are the coolest bionicle wave ever created.
Nexoknight is kinda fresh I guess with the blue and orange color scheme + scanning shields for the app game. I had a theory why they short plug Bionicle for Nexoknight and other themes. What I discuss with a Masterbuilder confirms my thoughts. They had to move the resources elsewhere and that may be a smartmove from them since everyone is saying that Bionicle sets weren't selling as much as system.
It was quite sad to see Bionicle G2 story being so "bland". (They are cliche personality and never got really any character development which G1 had.) The cartoon they had for G2 is just aiming way too low. It felt like a cartoon that 4-5 year old children would watch. Unlike G1 which I felt was more marketed towards older kids 8-11 year old.
I just feel back in my day, when you own a set of Bionicle and you know its lore, you have a reputation on the school ground.
Children and teens these days are just way too different and I have trouble to speak with them. Almost all of them play Dota, LoL or something like that. I went back last year to my highschool to help out the robotic competion team. The students ask me what I like, while I do like pc gaming but my pc is way too old to play any recent game, I still play and pose my lego bionicle sets. What I got called?
"Wait WHAT? You still play with Lego... Are you a kid?"
So, does that mean Lego, by today's standards, is consider only as a kid toy?
By no mean, I've ever think of Lego this way. Lego was always one of the tools I use to make my imagination a reality. It helped me greatly in 3D visualization and allowing me to build real world objects from desk to robots faster since I can visually approximate how the parts would assemble. All of which Lego had me learn it at some point or another.
Which all of this leads to this question: How different kids of today are compared to us? All I can see is the existence of Ipad replace the need for a toy, they don't even have to learn what's internet. But how's their mindsets? That's the thing I'm left puzzled.
Edited for double-post. --John Smith