Reviews and Problems with Avatar: The Last Airbender
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That's a good thing to me
9 September 2014
Summary: 30 min long levels? That's a good thing to me. Besides, it saves at each major area of the levels so you don't have to play it for 30 min straight before it will save for you. Very funny retelling of the story of book 3: Fire. I've read some reviews that say there are no collectibles in this game. But there ARE collectibles in this game: five lotus tiles hidden in every level and a sixth one for collecting (and not losing) a set number of "coins?" in each level.
Summary: Excellent Product. Came shrink wrapped so was very obvious it was indeed new. Considering it came from the UK to Australia in time for Christmas. Excellent shipping and postage and the charges where also excellent. Runs smoothly for my sister and is Highly recommended as a product and the seller is also highly recommended on my part. Product was perfect!!!! Service was perfect!!! I would use the seller/buy this product again and I would recommend both to people!!!
Summary: My 6 year old son received this game for Christmas. He absolutely loves it. It's perfect for his age, not too easy, but not so hard that he gives up and never returns to it. Highly recommend for this age.
Summary: im 14, and i liked this game a lot! each level is like a puzzle. your trying to get through a maze, kind of. even the volleyball game is fun if you have someone else to play it with. there isnt much fighting in the game, but you can bend the elements, which is fun. you can control two characters at once, and switch back and forth. i think this game shouldve been longer, because i finished it really quickly. also, the last boss level was too easy.
Summary: I bought this for my daughter as a holiday present. Having been an Atari/Nintendo kid myself, and a gamer for life, I am used to games based on movies or TV series being somewhere between slightly and extremely lame. I am really glad to see that someone somewhere has started a new trend - making actual, playable, enjoyable games that are fantastic independent of the show or movie they're based upon. Into the Inferno is an excellent example of this new trend.
Summary: I found this game a little simplistic, and repetitive. But my nephew, who the game was bought for, loves it! He loves the show and loves anything to do with it, this hasn't been removed from his DS in a good week!!