Reviews and Problems with James Cameron's Avatar: The Game
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Ricky3 , GameStop
16 January 2012
Summary: The only reason I completed the game was b/c it was the first PSP game I got. There is nothing to do once you complete the 4-5 hour campaign but keep replaying the levels,which by the way are all the same. all you do is walk around in trees to jump down and kill bad guys underneath you. If they see you, you either die or have to wait 5 min. for them to forget about you.
Summary: This game is very boring and simple. It doesn't even have the characters from the movie. The graphics are nice but the gameplay is just very simple. Do not buy this unless you are a hardcore Avatar fan. I made a mistake buying this game for this system. It might be better for PS3, XBOX 360, and/or Wii. But since I have neither of those systems, I cannot tell what the game is like.
Summary: I just bought this game today and it is really bad and really boring! When i first turned the game on the graphics weren't very good but i continued to play. After 10 min. I was ready to send the game back because all u do is do stealth attacks and get shot at to find an objective that's not even there! NOT RECOMMENDED AT ALL!!!!
Summary: I borrowed this game from a friend several days ago and I can't stand the game after playing like 10 minutes. All you can to do in the game is RUN, SHOOT and GET SHOT TO DEATH. With no other path to go, all you can do is go through the only way so it gets boring real soon. I won't recommend this to anyone! Especially if you are a fan of Avatar, you'll be really disappointed in 10 minutes.
Summary: If you watch al those videos showing a high quality game, with great gameplay, graphics, and overall fun, and you decide that you want that game, don't get it for PSP. Everything changes in the PSP version. First off, the effects are weak. You would think that by now, people would be able to remove the glitches where someone pries open a door with his staff (or other prying tool) inside the wall. Also, the graphics are awful. Nothing like in the videos (big surprise).
Summary: I bought this game at walmart. I couldn't wait to play it. But if I would have known that the game was so boring, I probobly would have never even walked in walmarts doors. The "Na'vi" (the character you play as) only walked like 1 mph. The humans could run and had guns. All you have is a bow that exposes you when using it and takes a long time to fire and then you have a staff looking thing that you wack hummans with.
Summary: Sorry, but this game just did not do it for me - repetitive, a let down and just not worth your time. A case of go through the jungle paths (well, where the game will take you at least)avoiding mines, killing the same old enemies in each scene, no character development and all over very quickly. The scenery is a mix of quite stunning to, well, quite blocky and pixelated and you can sometimes see straight through your characters head & body.
Summary: For a start, ignore Amazons description of the game (which seems to have been taken directly from the xbox/ps3 release). This is not an impressive 3D open-world battle for Pandora where you can choose sides and control vehicles; this is a very bad 3rd person stealth game. I feel like I could rant about this for pages and pages, but I will try to be concise: Linear gameplay - You are supposed to be in a jungle, but you are basically running down green corridors.