Reviews and Problems with Avatar: The Burning Earth
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Wouldn't work on our xbox
20 May 2014
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: I actually thought I might play this game, not just farm it for an easy 1000GS... But after trying to play the game, I just couldn't... So I started mashing away and few minutes later had my easy cheesy 1000GS. I promptly turned around and sold it and recovered some of my money. I've since decided to stop being such a floozy when it comes to GS.
As Karl Pilkington would have put it "Why is it in HD, it's a waste of time being in colour?"
25 October 2012
Excerpt: This is quite simply an awful game, but it's also one of the most famous Xbox 360 games. Funnily enough NOT known for being the worst game ever made. It's actually known for it's easy 1000G, the easiest throughout the xbox 360 franchise. When i put this game in the disc tray it loaded up, i played it for 2 minutes, and then took the disc out, put it straight back on eBay. There are two reasons for this: 1. Its absolutely god awful 2.
Not worth buying or renting, unless you're desperate for gamerscore
26 January 2010
Excerpt: This is one of the worst games you can buy for the Xbox 360. I spent a solid ten minutes playing it before regretting my purchase and selling it on. You might be thinking that I didn't really give the chance, but you're wrong. I got the whole 1000G available for the game with that 10 minutes (took about 5) and that's actually the only, and I mean ONLY reason people buy/rent this game anymore. I'm not going to bore you with details...
A truly awful game which should only be picked up by those wanting to quickly boost their gamerscore
21 December 2009
Excerpt: **This review is also on Ciao, under my username "MonsoonBaby88"** Oh dear. Every so often a game is released that makes you question how it even managed to get funding for it's production. Avatar: The Last Airbender-The Burning Earth is one of those games. Based on the successful kids TV series of the same name, players will play as protaganist Aang and play along side his assortment of buddies with the intention to defend the Earth Kingdom city against the Fire Nation...