A review from the point of view of my 12 year old daughter...
7 July 2011
Summary: I gave this game 3 stars instead of 5 because there is bad controls in some areas. There is an important move you have to do a lot through the game and half the time the wii controller won't register it when you do it! Also,the cpu player isn't very good. Bedsides these two problems, it's a really fun game that gives you about 8 hours of game play. There are some mini games and extras on this game too.I would recomend this as long as you don't get frustrated easily.
Summary: I bought this game for my sister and both of us have really enjoyed it. The bending is a little challenging, but when you get the hang of it, it's a lot of fun to play as your favorite characters and explore the world of the tv show.
Summary: Ok-i read all reviews and i dont know if i should get this or not - you all say its hard but i just love avatar. should i get the first game or second. Can you play it all by yourself? It looks pretty fun. If you can bend in it im all for it.
Summary: The game can be fun if your an avatar fan but some the wii moves that you have to do is very very annoying and you have to get the hang of it. Overall the game is very fun, very challenging and sometimes you do have to think. you get to play all of the characters as well.
wish it had the same number of chapters as the series
Daniel Curtis, Amazon
26 June 2010
Summary: very fun but it has crappy graphics and the prompts are a bit tricky (you have to follow the prompt then hold the wiimote in place) into the inferno is better it uses the pointer instead of prompts or preorder the live action version to come out
Summary: I was kind of disappointed with the length of this game. The first Avatar game, while admitedly not the best game ever, had about 10 times more to do in it because of all the side missions. This, I think helped make it at least feel longer. So when I started playing this game, I'd expected it to be similar to the first one in terms of game play. Not so much.
Summary: My kids, 6 and 13, love Avatar: The Last Airbender, and we were excited to purchase this game. The graphics are not bad and the characters are the ones we enjoy from show, and much of the game is enjoyable. But the controls are the worse, least responsive controls I've ever encountered in the Wii or any other game. This is particularly striking on the "focus moves," which involve pressing Z and moving the controller to "bend" the various elements.