Reviews and Problems with Avatar: The Burning Earth
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Poorly Designed Game
3 December 2009
Summary: This game is absolutely awful. The gameplay is unrewarding, the graphics are choppy, the stroyline is completely unoriginal and a dull rip-off of the Avatar series yet is unable to capture the tension and excitement of the actual show. The only redeeming value to this is that one can easily get 1000 gamerscore achievment points on the XBox 360.
Mediocre for a fan - Great for an easy 1000 gamer point
25 January 2009
Summary: For fans of the animation show, you will probably be a bit disappointed. The game plays like it was made in NES days and by the way the story plays out, you can tell there was not much effort put in this game. THQ has done better but I guess Nickelodeon set a low standard. But on the other hand, if you are an avid XBOX 360 gamer, this game has the easiest and quickest 1000 gamer points to get.
Avatar: The Last Airbender -- The Burning Earth (Xbox 3
8 April 2008
Summary: Games based on cartoons that are popular with kids, teens, and adults have often struggled under the weight of trying to appeal to each audience simultaneously. After all, it's not easy to make a game that a parent will enjoy as much as their child. Such is the case with Avatar: The Last Airbender, an action role-playing game based on the popular Nickelodeon show of the same name.
Summary: The plot is messed up, and unorganized. The grammer is horrable at times. The game doesn't even take advantage of the many features the DS provides. At some points, it is exciting, and you get to take control of Aang, Sokka, Katarta, Haru, and even Momo during your play. The graphics are excellent, but it's easy to get lost on a big map. Not the best game. I would happily recommend a better game, like Animal Crossing: Wild world, or Nintendogs.