Summary: I like avatar and had high hopes for this game for the DS. It's not very fun because 60% of the game play is just the show in a game-you're not doing anything and the charactors are just talking. It's complicated and I can't even get past the second level!
Summary: The graphics are pretty good but the game is pretty short. I didn't exactly like the controls. In this game, Aang doesn't have his glider and he can only air bend. If you want to water/earth bend you have to switch charater.
Excerpt: Ok, you would have thought after the lacklustre performance of Avatar: The Legend of Aang I would have learned my lesson, after all 'Shame on you if you fool me once, shame on me if you fool me twice.
Excerpt: Ok, you would have thought after the lacklustre performance of Avatar: The Legend of Aang I would have learned my lesson, after all ‘Shame on you if you fool me once, shame on me if you fool me twice.
Pros: Actually quite fun
Cons: Doesn't seem quite sure who it's appealing to and far too short
Summary: My 8 year old got this game on Saturday tea-time, did his homework and went to the Park on Sunday, went to school the next day and finished it before bed-time on Monday. He really enjoyed the game but was CROSS that he had wasted his pocket money on something that was so short.
Excerpt: Hello and welcome to my review of Avatar: Burning Earth for the Nintendo DS Gaming Console. I hope you are well and comfortable enough to read this review on such a phenominal cartoon series making its second appearance on the DS gaming system .
Pros: Great, Plot, Crisp Graphics and fast battling system
Cons: Unreleastic uses of sounds, Extremely short story mode .