Summary: I figured this would be a decent 3D title and the price was right ($20), but alas there's a reason the game is cheaper then the rest. For starters THIS IS NOT A STEREOSCOPIC 3D TITLE. It is a checkerboard/top&bottom 3D title meaning if you have a newer 3D television (2010 and later) it may very well NOT be compatible with your television for viewing it in 3D. This is a shame since it was one of the main reasons I purchased it in the first place.
Summary: I swear to god I am a die hard Avatar (the movie) lover wrote a five paragraph essay on it... yeah. But when I say this I mean it, THIS IS STUPID! Look at the graphics no blood no gore the story line was the weakest thing nearly nothing like the movie. I wouldn't recommend it to my worst enemy. I rest my case.
Summary: this game was one of the worst playstation games out there. first of all the shooting is crap and the weapons are annoying. the story has nothing to do with the movie and when your a na'vi you have to hit them like 80 times with tour stupid swords. third of all the graphix suck it seems like it would be a gamecube game.
Summary: I loved the Avatar movie, so when I saw the game I thought I had to buy it and like the movie it too would be graphically outstanding and fun. Unfortunately I was very wrong. Its graphics weren't terrible but were not close to the top end at the time and the game it self. NOTE: Seller and the condition of the game was perfect however.
Summary: Worst PS3 game I've played. Counter intuitive controls (half of which you never use), repetitive gameplay, and an downright slog to get to the unrewarding ending, which is a half-arsed, nonsensical lead in to the film. I played it over a weekend while suffering food poisoning - the food poisoning was far more entertaining.
Conclusion: yeah i fort the movie was rilly good so i fort il get the game but no the game is so rubish its a west of time and not fun to play just not worth geting but yes the movie is grate ok just not the game lol