Summary: I am NOT a serious gamer, by any means, so I'm glad that the game was designed the way that it was. I realize that even a child could probably play this game (even though it has some violent tendencies), but I was SO impressed with this game. The only thing was that when I got to the end of the game, I wanted more! Great job, James Cameron!
Summary: This game is pretty good for what you pay now instead of 60 dollars. The story line is pretty good once you get into it but when you start it's a little boring. you can choose RDA ( the one you want to pick ) and the Na'vi.
Surprise a video game based on a movie is actually very good
6 August 2012
Summary: This game is fun and I was surprised that I would like it so much because a lot of video games based on movies are not that good. A couple of people told me they liked it but I never took them seriously until I played a demo of it and it became a must have video game for me. It is not a perfect game but it has a lot of elements that work well and it looks visually stunning.
Summary: This game is a good. Not perfect but definitely worth more than a 6.5 *cough* *cough* Game Informer. In the beginning you get to choose a person you want to be. Then you begin playing. A few missions down the line you are given a choice, play as the humans or the Na'vi (The Avatars). Both sides give you fun gameplay. Also, there isn't any of those "run around and talk to people" missions. The missions usually have alot of running around to do though.
Summary: Avatar is a great fun game. The graphics are very good. I made it though playing the marine, but I'm having problems getting past a level in the Na'vi mode. The sight lines can be a bit annoying at times, but it's still a fun game. The sight lines are why I gave the overall rating a four start rating.
Summary: My son starting playing one role and decided he wanted to change it so was able to start a new role. Great thing is that he can go back to the original if he wants to. He's only had it 2 weeks and already almost done.