Reviews and Problems with Avatar: The Burning Earth
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3 July 2014
Summary: Avatar: The Last Airbender is an amazing achievement and one of the best games I have ever played. The Puzzles are challenging and diverse and the game has almost zero bugs. The one part of this game that impressed me the most though was the achievements. Avatar has some of the most challenging and distinct achievements I have ever seen in a game. I highly recommend this game to any one who has an Xbox 360.
Summary: Ok, I'm technologically challenged so when this came and didn't work on our kinect I thought, "My bad." But when we tried to play it just as an xbox game we couldn't. I now have to buy a separate hard drive to be able to play this. They cost about $50. Sending it back.
Summary: Expecting a great game i was let game. The game has chunky mechanics and terrible graphics compared to the other games the were released that year. Also the dialogue the was between the character was often bland and uninspired. also there lips didn't even move resulting in very little feeling of interactivity within the game.
Summary: This game is excellent for children who watch the TV show. Its puzzle solving elements offer a different type of challenge to the player, which is great if ur kids are playing. It's a good because it keeps the kids' attention and follows the story line of the TV show. The only down side to it is that for younger kids (younger than recommended) the combination controls are a bit complicated for some though.
Summary: I really loved this game- the design is amazing, so detailed and the scenes are beautiful. You can explore the landscapes a bit and find secrets and smash things to power up. At the end, you can go back and battle the bosses again or there is a combat mode where you can choose any character vs any character. I really like the attack moves of the characters and you get a chance to be almost everyone- aang, katara, sokka, toph, momo, appa, zuko, and ozai.