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Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Burning Earth (Wii) Review
10 December 2007
Excerpt: Avatar the last Airbender: The Burning Earth is the videogame tie-in to the second series of the successful Nickelodeon cartoon of the same name. However, rather than take the chance to immerse the player in the wonderful world of elemental bending the developers seem to have taken the easier path. The result is a videogame that disgraces the name of the series completely from the low production values and visual eyesores to the repetitive combat and shoddy controls.
Summary: Based on the second season of the Avatar animated series, players will join Aang and his friends as they master their skills and fight their way to defend the greatest Earth Kingdom city against a deadly Fire Nation invasion.
Excerpt: Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Burning Earth follows the second season of the hit Nickelodeon animated series as Aang continues to master the elements in hopes of stopping a massive war. In Book Two: Earth, Aang must find an Earthbender to learn under. Where the previous game didn't follow the show's storyline and felt more like a side-story or alternate tale, it had a somewhat unique visual style and feel.
Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Burning Earth (Wii) Review
12 June 2007
Summary: Overall, I thought that this was a fine licensed game and worth at least a rental, because the game is fairly short. However, I'm sure that fans of the show will be more than satisfied with this latest installment of the Avatar game franchise.