Reviews and Problems with Avatar: The Last Airbender
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I love the avatar series
5 January 2015
Summary: If I remember right, I never received this. . I don't renege ever playing it and when I ordered it is have played it quickly after it arrived. I love the avatar series! I put 3 stars only cause I'm sure I'd have enjoyed it but since I don't remember playing it at all I really can't rate it
Summary: I have not purchased this game yet, but considering it. I had to rate it, though. I just had a comment. The price of this game is $115.00. I am a smart shopper, so I went shopping around. The same game is pre-owned at Gamestop for $20.
Summary: Just a couple of comments to add.. It is rated T for Teen. Ignore that if your child is old enough to have seen the movie or cartoon series and likes it. Yes, it's fighting but not graphic at all. As for short, my son that just turned 8 finished the entire game in about 8 hours of game time.
Summary: As Wii fans as well as Avatar fans, my boyfriend and I were so excited when we bought this game. The game is based on the new 2010 movie. Pros: It includes the storyline throughout the game which is helpful for those unfamiliar with the series and not annoyingly long for those who are.
Summary: The graphics in this game are actually quite good so that's a plus. The fighting and bending isn't to bad (although the bending is a little clunky and can be quite frustrating until you get used to it.) I like the slow motion moves near the end of a fight.
Summary: I bought this game for my 6 year old. He had lots of fun with it and did not run into too many places where he couldn't figure it out. This game is based solely on the latest movie, and not the complete Last Airbender story. There are 3 levels of difficulty for the game (easy, normal and difficult).
Summary: My six-year-old boy is a huge fan of the Avatar series. My wife and I enjoy it as well. What's not to like about a series where the main character frets about defeating the big bad without killing him? My son also enjoys playing video games (naturally, within appropriate limits).
Summary: A video game adaptation of the hit Nickelodeon series, "Avatar: The Last Airbender" is a decent game in its own right. Following the TV series' storyline, the Avatar game's plotline focuses around a land where there are four types of elemental wielders, or "benders": Air, Fire, Water, and Earth.