Reviews and Problems with James Cameron's Avatar: The Game
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Plagiarism at its finest?
J. Michael Gallen "J. Michael Gallen", Amazon
20 July 2014
Summary: It's become a tradition of the videogame industry to produce videogame tie-ins to major box-office releases, although the quality of these titles tends to be poor, given their typical rushed development cycles. Among the latest recipients of this treatment was James Cameron's major release Avatar, with different versions of its game adaptation released to different consoles, among them being the Nintendo DS version, James Cameron's Avatar: The Game, which actually...
Summary: I purchased this item for my daughter who LOVES Avatar. She originally wanted for the P3 and was disappointed when I gave her the DS version. She said, Mom, isn't it going to be too small to play, Like Zelda. I said, we'll find out soon enough. She has not stopped. It is much easier on the eyes verses earlier DS games and it is quite challenging for her. I would recommend this for a newbie. A seasoned player may beg to differ.
Summary: Avatar the Game is fun and gives the back story of the Avatar movie. It allows you to run around as Nok, the young Na'vi warrior as he tries to save his world. It is a fun game but somewhat repetitive and simple in its design. I liked that it gave more background info. and I would recommend it.
Summary: Very nice standard platform game , little to do with the movie but uses charactor's and situations (sort of in the movie) with-out it being too "same'ee".. Took about a week to finish and has some nice graphics to explore... If you like "Ray Man" or puzzle games rather then "shoot-em-ups" you will enjoy this little jaunt into game-land..
Summary: I'm an older gamer and new to the Nintendo DS. I bought mine to play puzzle games (like Prof. Layton) and after watching Avatar in the cinema wanted to experience more of the film - luckily Avatar for the DS is primarily a puzzle/quest game. First off, the Amazon description is for the wrong product - the closest you get is the Amazon.com description, but even that is mostly wrong.