Reviews and Problems with Avatar: The Last Airbender
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Average At Best.
Carson27 , GameStop
8 July 2013
Summary: This game is average. The graphics could be somewhat better. The gameplay is somewhat boring, you just keep fighting wolves and feral cats it seems like. The controls are easy to use, sound is good. But this game isn't great overall. It's a nice game to play if you need something to play that's different.
Summary: Close to the end there is a quest where you have to find a village flag. I found it before the quest was opened, as a result each time I tried to give the flag to the village elder the screen would go black. There would be sound and you could attack things afterward, but it didn't do much use sense you couldn't see what you were doing. The game is great, I have a lot of fun with it. But you have to be careful what order you preform the quests or the game freezes up.
Summary: I bought this game for my nephew, he watches and LOVES this show sooo much, I had to get this game for him. It's a little difficult for his age, but he still likes it and has his own little stick here and thinks he is the airbender lol
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.
Summary: I think I would have enjoyed the game more if they had made it later in the series. However it plays well, and isn't quite as linear as some games that came out in that time period, plus I like that there are side quests that you can choose to do or ignore, giving you more time to play and get familiar with your characters. Also being able to play multiple players can get confusing, but once you get the hang of it it's very handy.
Summary: If you are looking for the ultimate fun game, that's The Burning Earth, not this one. This one is more annoying than fun. You have to bend by using one analogue stick while moviing with the other. It's all about puzzles that really get frustrating. My sister and I finished in 3 days, The Burning Earth in two, yet Into the Inferno seemed shorter. Weird.
Summary: I am a big fan of this series of cartoon. This game has mixed reviews from me. On the one hand I LOVE the game. The characters, the quests, the power-ups. But, here's what I had a big problem with: 1) The game would freeze and if you try to load the game you saved, it would lock up and not allow you to load. 2) You have to read the conversations with the villagers and others. And sometimes it's downright confusing.