Reviews and Problems with Avatar: The Last Airbender
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Avatar the Last Airbender Into the Inferno
Family Friendly Gaming
13 September 2008
Excerpt: I like Avatar the Last Airbender Into the Inferno. You may wonder why I start my review with that statement. Well, because there are so many things to not like about this Nintendo DS video game. The graphics are not that great, or inspired. The artistic direction of these graphics are horrible, and there is some mindless fighting as part of the game play. The puzzle action, and controls inspire team work.
Excerpt: Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Burning Earth tells the story of Aang and his continuing quest to learn how to control the four elements and put a halt to the terrorizing war that the Fire Nation has brought upon the world. The Burning Earth follows the second book, Earth, and Aangs quest to master Earthbending. Visually, the game looks okay, but I have to say I was somewhat disappointed to find it didn't fit the same style of the previous game.
Excerpt: THQ and Nickelodeon seem to have a good relationship with each other. And who can blame them? Nickelodeon consistently produces cartoons from which good games can be made, and THQ consistently produces those good games. The latest Nickelodeon series to receive this treatment is Avatar: The Last Airbender. Is this another notch in THQ's ever-growing list of good licensed games, or is it a clunker? Read on to find out.
Excerpt: Avatar: The Last Airbender to kreskówka kanału Nickelodeon, która zadebiutowała w roku 2005 i szybko zdobyła sobie sporą popularność. Popularność ta przełożyła się na wydaną ostatnio multiplatformową grę RPG o podtytule Avatar: The Legend of Aang . Zanim na rynek wejdzie kolejna gra z serii – zapowiadany Avatar: The Burning Earth przyjrzyjmy się pierwszej grywalnej przygodzie Aanga i spółki.