Reviews and Problems with Avatar: The Last Airbender
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This game has definite frustrations.
30 April 2009
Summary: My kids are huge Avatar fans, so were really excited to get the game. However, the game is difficult to move through, and the bending is tricky. The controls can't/won't "control" the game very well, so the frustrations end up making the kids end up giving up many times and just putting a different...
Summary: I was having a conversation with a friend of mine recently and mentioned that with the revolutionary gesture control possibilities with the Wii, it should be worth getting a Wii just for Avatar. Unfortunately, gestures from the show aren't really employed.
Summary: Avatar is an engaging TV show. The Avatar videogame is a generic RPG with Avatar characters and Wii remote support tacked on. Most disapointing is the magic system. A central aspect of the show is the magic system - earth/air/water/fire "benders" cast spells using martial-arts-like motions, and I...
Summary: Only used twice and he sold it. Thats speak volumns to me. If I saw a rating like that I wouldnt buy but every child is different and if you are man on airbenders then you will like this I guess (though my lad didnt )
Summary: Bought the game specifically to play story coop, disappointed there's only an "arena coop", which is basically stationary Double Dragon where you don't move forward in the level, the enemies come to your area. The box is not clear regarding that, only says "Gameplay Coop".