Summary: Games based on cartoons that are popular with kids, teens, and adults have often struggled under the weight of trying to appeal to each audience simultaneously. After all, it's not easy to make a game that a parent will enjoy as much as their child. Such is the case with Avatar: The Last Airbender, an action role-playing game based on the popular Nickelodeon show of the same name.
Pros: Interesting mix of action and RPG elements, License doesn't feel tacked on, Simple, colorful cel-shaded graphics fit the game nicely
Cons: Neither the RPG aspects, nor the fighting are fleshed out enough, No co-op play, Too many fetch quests and backtracking, Motion-sensing controls feel tacked on and make the game worse, For some reason, the Wii version is $10 bucks more