Reviews and Problems with Avatar: The Last Airbender
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What a wonderful game for my 5 yr old to play!!
10 December 2010
Summary: My son adores watching Avatar on the Nickelodeon Channel, so to be able to play the game is such a bonus for him:) He is in his glory playing it, and I couldn't be more satisfied. It's a game that I find appropriate for him to play @ 5 yrs old, not extrememly violent, filled with profanities, and bloody tragedy. It's kid appropriate and as a parent, that is my biggest concern.
Summary: The graphics are are pretty good and the overall gameplay value is good. The story is an original one seperate from the animated series but the voice actors remain the same. The game gets a little repedative the further you go and it is a little easy for experianced game players. The setting of the game takes place after the first season, and you get to controll Aang, Katara, Soka, and Haru on missions to Omashu and other places.
Summary: I love this game the only thing that would have made this better is if it were a 2 player game. My nephew and I take turns playing it. We have gotten to the end of the game and we now both have a copy of it so we can still play it again from time to time cause it is fun to revist it and play again.
Summary: I decided to buy the game after I've all the episodes of the story...The story was really amazing and the Avatar have mastered all the elements unlike in this game he can only use air...In fact after a couple of minutes playing the game show his true face :"bored game"...
Summary: Bought this item as a Christmas present for my daughter. She loves it! She was so excited about it that she began playing it as soon as possible. She watched the TV show all the time so she didn't even need an instruction manual to play it.
Summary: I bought this game for my five-year-old who is able to do more advanced video games. Unfortunately, you have to be able to read to participate in the majority of this game. Avatar: The Last Airbender game would be perfect for a seven or eight-year-old, though.