Kameo: Elements of Power (Xbox 360) by Microsoft

Kameo: Elements of Power (Xbox 360) by Microsoft Box Art

Xbox One backwards Compatible

North Amercian Release Date: November 14, 2005.

Average Overall Score:
9.13 / 10

Kameo Elements of Power was supposed to set the Xbox 360 community on its ear. I don?t know if it quite accomplished that task, but is the game anywhere near the hype that surrounded it."

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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. The future of Kameo's world hangs in the balance in this imaginative action-packed game. Only Kameo, who has the ability to morph into powerful monsters, can combat the evil troll king and his mighty army to free her mother the Queen and her Ancestors. In true Rare fashion, the world is wondrous, the challenges are brilliant, and the combat innovative and unique.


Friday, November 11, 2005
Sunday, May 29, 2005


Found Pummel Weed (Secret Achievement)
Kameo can transform into one Elemental Warrior.
Found Rubble (Secret Achievement)
Kameo can transform into two Elemental Warriors.
Found Ash (Secret Achievement)
Kameo can transform into three Elemental Warriors.
Freed Halis
Kameo rescued Halis from the Forest Temple.
Found Major Ruin (Secret Achievement)
Kameo can transform into four Elemental Warriors.
Found Deep Blue (Secret Achievement)
Kameo can transform into five Elemental Warriors.
Found Chilla (Secret Achievement)
Kameo can transform into six Elemental Warriors.
Freed Lenya
Kameo saved Lenya from the Water Temple.
Found Flex (Secret Achievement)
Kameo can transform into seven Elemental Warriors.
Found 40 Below (Secret Achievement)
Kameo can transform into eight Elemental Warriors.
Found Snare (Secret Achievement)
Kameo can transform into nine Elemental Warriors.
Freed Yeros
Kameo brought Yeros home from the Snow Temple.
Found Thermite (Secret Achievement)
Kameo has command of all the Elemental Warriors!
Beaten Thorn (Secret Achievement)
Kameo defeated the Troll King Thorn!
Thorn's Castle Co-Op 'A'
Got a Co-Op 'A' rank on Thorn's Castle
Thorn's Airship Co-Op 'A'
Got a Co-Op 'A' rank on Thorn's Airship
Thorn's Pass Co-Op 'A'
Got a Co-Op 'A' rank on Thorn's Pass
Snow Temple Co-Op 'A'
Got a Co-Op 'A' rank on Snow Temple
Forgotten Forest Co-Op 'A'
Got a Co-Op 'A' rank on Forgotten Forest
Water Temple Co-Op 'A'
Got a Co-Op 'A' rank on Water Temple
Game Complete
The game has been fully completed!
Beaten Old Mawood (Co-Op)
Defeated Old Mawood in a Co-Op Quest.
Beaten Corallis (Co-Op)
Defeated Corallis in a Co-Op Quest.
Beaten Queen Thyra (Co-Op)
Defeated Queen Thyra in a Co-Op Quest.
Beaten Lord Drok (Co-Op)
Defeated Lord Drok in a Co-Op Quest.
Beaten Thorn (Co-Op)
Defeated Thorn in a Co-Op Quest.
Thorn's Castle ranking
'A' ranking on Thorn's Castle.
Thorn's Airship ranking
'A' ranking on Thorn's Airship.
Thorn's Pass ranking
'A' ranking on Thorn's Pass.
Snow Temple ranking
'A' ranking on Snow Temple.
Forgotten Forest ranking
'A' ranking on Forgotten Forest
Water Temple ranking
'A' ranking on Water Temple.
10 Live Co-Op games
You've hosted 10 Xbox Live games on a single savegame!
20 Live Co-Op games
You've hosted 20 Xbox Live games on a single savegame
50 Live Co-Op games
You've hosted 50 Xbox Live games on a single savegame!
Thorn's Castle Expert
Beat Thorn's Castle in Expert Mode
Forgotten Forest Expert
Beat Forgotten Forest in Expert Mode
Water Temple Expert
Beat Water Temple in Expert Mode
Snow Temple Expert
Beat Snow Temple in Expert Mode
Thorn's Pass Expert
Beat Thorn's Pass in Expert Mode
Thorn's Airship Expert
Beat Thorn's Airship in Expert Mode
Castle Time Attack 'A'
'A' rank on Time Attack (Thorn's Castle)
Forest Time Attack 'A'
'A' rank on Time Attack (Forgotten Forest)
Water Time Attack 'A'
'A' rank on Time Attack (Water Temple)
Snow Time Attack 'A'
'A' rank on Time Attack (Snow Temple)
Pass Time Attack 'A'
'A' rank on Time Attack (Thorn's Pass)
Airship Time Attack 'A'
'A' rank on Time Attack (Thorn's Airship)
Treasure Hunter
You've found a mythical Mystery Gem! (Rune Battle)
Rune Champion
You earned 5000 runes in a single battle!
And the winner is...
You've downloaded the winning skins from the Kameo Design-A-Skin competition!

User Reviews

Score: 91
Overall User Average: 9.20 / 10 (91.3%)
Gameplay User Average: 9.60 / 10
Graphics User Average: 9.20 / 10
Sound User Average: 9.20 / 10
Blind Whiplash
Date reviewed: February 2, 2007.

Overall: At first i didnt want to get this game cause it kinda looked like a kids game to me. But when my friend was playing it at a Video game party it actually looked pretty cool. I thoughts it was awesome how i had to change into diffrent creatures to go throught certain obstacles. But this game had terrible AI the monsters just ran into obvios traps and it kinda took away from my experience.
Gameplay: Easy control Scheme makes this good for beggining gamers. Good classic story line of conquering evil always makes a good game. This time it just happens to be her sister who is the evil one. But it was still cool.
Graphics: Great graphics alround. Load times took a little bit but other than that the graphics were fine. On pummel weed the detail on the plant was amazing, it showed so much detail on the plant it was almost as if it was real. The other characters had a good look to them but something was just missing from them.
Sound: From the characters speaking all the way down to the tiniest rock falling the sound was perfect in every single aspect. I really didnt hear anything wrong with the sound but the music in the background was really refreshing.
Suggestions: Make a second one and dont change a thing the game was awesome!!!

Overall: 90 %
Gameplay: 100 %
Graphics: 90 %
Sound: 100 %

Date reviewed: July 26, 2006.

Overall: This is a fun game and unlike any other offering on the 360 so far. It may look kiddish but trust me, I'm 32 and I had fun with this game.
Gameplay: Your a cute little female elf that has the power to change into 10 different elemental creatures each with their own distinct abilities that are required to get past certain spots in the game. The game wasn't all that difficult on normal, but I would say it was just right for me and I thoroughly enjoyed the nearly 10 hour romp through the game's lively world. The story is forgettable and basically just gives the linear progression of the game with minor cohesion. This game is different from all the other current titles on the system making it a nice change of pace from all the shooters (don't get me wrong I love shooters), and sports titles. If your looking for something different pick this title up and it's only 30 bucks now.
Graphics: It looks fantastic with a large open world for exploring. Each of the areas is distinct from the others and nothing ever repeats. The draw distance is far. The first thing that made me smile from ear to ear was when I first ventured out into the large area that connects all the levels together called the Badlands. Here 100s (maybe 1000s) of Orcs and Elves battle constantly and it seems like you can see forever into the distance. That's next generation graphics. The frame rate is steady and the game just looks gorgeous. These first generation 360 games look wonderful, the second and third generation titles are going be incredible.
Sound: Music is ok, sound effects are good. The best thing is the elemental creatures they make some interesting grunts and noises. The voice acting on the other hand is somewhat bland. Especially the woman who voices Kameo, jeez that she just plain sucks.

Overall: 90 %
Gameplay: 100 %
Graphics: 100 %
Sound: 90 %

Date reviewed: April 27, 2006.

Overall: Kameo is a very fun and addicting game. The addition of Co-Op play over Xbox Live adds a lot of replay value to this great game.
Gameplay: The ability to change into different elemental warriors is a very unique but very good feature. The controls take a little bit to get used to, and I thought the opening level could have shown a little more of how to use the different warriors available.
Graphics: The different elemental warriors are very well done. The environments are cartoonish but realistic at the same time, if that makes any sense.

Sound: The background music keeps you sucked into the game and the voice-overs are very well done.

Overall: 80 %
Gameplay: 80 %
Graphics: 80 %
Sound: 80 %

Date reviewed: March 19, 2006.

Overall: When orginally getting the xbox 360, I was thinking Perfect Dark Zero was going to be the key game for me, but Kameo came out to be my choice. Nice epic story, nice Variety of different warriors(which adds plenty to the longetivity of the game) compared to past games like Zelda,ect. The game has great graphics, sound that fits this epic adventure, and great gameplay(huge battles, variety of eneimies)
Gameplay: This is what I love most about the game above all. Great gameplay, great variety of elements and different techniques to use in battle. They didn't just put different elements just for the sake of putting them in.(meaning not one weak element you never want to be)
Graphics: Great beautiful worlds, from everything to the grass to the characters themselves. Definitely one of Xbox 360s top graphics for 1st generation.
Sound: I am glad this game has way better sound than perfect dark zero. It fits the game to a T. The sound throughout the game is very similar would be the only weakness.
Suggestions: Just make another interesting story with great battles, add a couple new elements = 100+ of fun!

Overall: 100 %
Gameplay: 100 %
Graphics: 90 %
Sound: 90 %

Date reviewed: December 3, 2005.

Overall: Kameo is an elf princess whose jealous sister has aligned herself with trolls and imprisoned her family. Kameo must use a book called the wotnot book to gather the elemental warriors and use their powers to free her family. Eventually she will have to face Thorn (the troll king) and her sister. Rare really hit a home rum with Kameo: Elements of Power. It is one of the best launch titles released for the xbox 360.
Gameplay: Kameo?s power is her ability to use elemental warriors. There are ten elemental warriors who have different abilities. The elementals used are fire, water, rock, ice, and plant. There are two elemental warriors for each category. Each elemental warrior has been imprisoned inside a shadow troll. Shadow trolls reside in the shadow realm. There are entrances to the shadow realm in every level. They look like wells or manholes. There are sometimes bats flying around that lead you to the location of one of these entrances. The presence of bats is a sure sign that a shadow troll is around. Once inside the shadow realm, Kameo must use light energy from lost souls to defeat the shadow troll. Once the shadow troll is defeated, an elemental sprite is released. An elemental sprite is kind of a baby elemental warrior. The sprite enters Kameo and immediately grows into an elemental warrior. Kameo uses the abilities of these elemental warriors to defeat a variety of enemies and make her way through the levels to boss characters who usually are holding a member of her family. For example, Chilla is one of the elemental warriors Kameo will free. Chilla has the ability to throw ice spears. He also has the ability to swat enemies and smack enemies up into the air and impale them on the ice spikes on his back. Once they are impaled on his back, Chilla may use them as a club against other enemies or throw them like an ice spear. Like all elemental warriors, Chilla can gain advanced abilities by eating elemental fruit. Two key items in the game are elemental fruit and elixir of life. Elemental fruit are used to give elemental warriors advanced abilities. The elixir of life allows your health bar to permanently increase. These items are found hidden in levels throughout the game. They are also sometimes given to you as a reward for completing a task or side quest. They may also be purchased with runes. Runes are the money used in Kameo and they are found in chests, urns, or other containers throughout the game. Kameo frees her family members by defeating the bosses to levels throughout the game. When Kameo has freed all the elemental warriors from the shadow trolls and freed all of her family members held by the different boss characters, she will have to face her evil sister and the troll king, Thorn. The gameplay for the most part is very chronological. There's not a lot of wandering around you can do. You have some side quests, but they are always in the same level. In the main world, you might have to come back to finish a quest because you don't have the elemental warrior you need to do the job. The gameplay overall is one of the game's many strengths. Kameo: Elements of Power plays like a champion.
Graphics: The visual aspects of Kameo are nothing short of amazing. The environments are breathtakingly well done. The characters are crisp and created with exquisite detail. When viewed on an HDTV, the picture is so clear that it looks as if you could reach right into the screen and pluck different items right out of the game. The detail given to the elemental warriors and the boss characters are particularly impressive. Rare really outdid themselves visually.
Sound: The music that accompanies the game is extremely well done. I found myself whistling one of the tunes at work and a coworker asked me if it was from Lord of the Rings. He was pretty surprised when I told him it was from a video game. The sound effects are nicely done as well. You can actually hear activity going on behind you through the rear speakers, so 5.1 is done right on this game. The soundtrack is worthy of a major motion picture and really gets you into the spirit of the game.
Suggestions: This is a really complete game. The only suggestion I can make is perhaps a battle mode for xbox live. I think using the different elemental warriors to fight other gamers on xbox live would give the game a whole new level of replay value. Also, a little note: Fire beats ice. When you have elemental warriors, water shouldn't fight water, ice shouldn't fight ice. Fire beats ice, water beats fire, etc, etc.

Overall: 100 %
Gameplay: 100 %
Graphics: 100 %
Sound: 100 %

Kameo: Elements of Power News

Kameo: Powerpack
Time to dust off Kameo because the Powepack is now available on the xbox live Marketplace.

Coming Soon: Kameo Power Pack
The upcoming Kameo Power Pack is sure to put your abilities to the test. This downloadable content contains three great new co-op modes of play: Expert Mode, Rune Battle Mode, and Time Attack Mode.

Live Co-op For Kameo
Rare have announced that they are currently in the final stages of making Co-op mode in Kameo playable over Xbox Live.

Kameo: Winter Warrior Pack
Rare has created a Winter Warrior pack for download over Xbox Live. The pack will give a festive touch to all 10 of the playable characters in Kameo: Elements of Power.

Kameo In Stores Now: Pictures Inside
A local gamestop here in Nashville sold me a copy of the retail version of Microsoft's Xbox 360 wonder, Kameo, earlier today. Check out the full story here complete with pictures and box art.

The Story Behind Kameo: Elements of Power Revealed
The story behind Kameo: Elements of Power™, a mystical action-adventure game, available this holiday exclusively on Xbox 360, is revealed in an eight-part series of audio podcasts on www.kameo.com.

Kameo & Others Playable At TGS
Because no one really wants to play Perfect Dark Zero, Kameo will be playable at the Tokyo Game Show. Also available for hands on action will be Ridge Racer 6 and World Air Force.

Kameo Screenshots Updated
We’ve populated our database with Kameo screens, enjoy!

Kameo Video Posted
To put us part way through the flood of Xbox 360 Videos. This is the Kameo Elements of Power video. Still many more too come

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