Summary: Five minutes for a cool 1000 points, no game can touch that record. If you're an achievement junkie you probably already know about this one, but if not, Avatar has five achievements based around a hit counter. You get points each time you add 10 hits to your counter and said counter resets each time you get hit. In the very first level of the game you can easily obtain all five achievements. Will kids like it? Probably... I don't know.
Summary: I am not a kid and I am not a fan of the series so just disregard my review if you're looking to buy this for your kid/fan of the series. It is a very generic game with very little challenge that is so poorly made that the characters mouths don't even move when they talk. The graphics are sub par and the only thing I can give it credit for is the fact that you can play it 2 player to have fun with a friend if you're into that game.
I only played this for one reason: 1000 gamerscore points in under five minutes!
Kyle D, Amazon
8 November 2009
Summary: There's only one reason I picked up this title: the 'Oh my God it's so easy an epileptic infant could do it' achievements. The game is probably cool for those of you who are Avatar fans, it looks good and seems like solid gameplay. But for those of us looking to jump ahead of our friends on XBL, it's a quick and simple 1000 point booster shot. This is what you need to do: start the game, repeatedly press the B button, and in five minutes you're 1000 GS points richer.
Summary: Graphismes : C'est assez ressemblant au dessin animé mais avec les bugs de collision en plus.Les personnages sont ressemblant mais les décors sont très fades.Le but du jeu est d'enchainer les combats dans des couloirs pas très grands. Gameplay : C'est du beat em all donc on tape sur tout ce qui bouge.Là aussi de nombreux bugs sont présent comme des sauts qui atterissent sur des plateformes invisibles.De plus, les coups ne sonts pas très variés.Le jeu est destiné aux...