I found this game to be fun and a lot like the nickeloden television show, Avatar: the last air bender. You get to expirience all of the elements and most characters from the t.v show. The only problem i had with this game is that the story is very short and easy to complete. For some that is great but i enjoy a little challenge. I beat the game on 4 seprate occasions and each time in less than a day. Other than this i really enjoyed the game.
Upon renting Avatar: Into the Inferno, I was expecting a fairly good game. The opening scene seemed to start off pretty good but lead to a complete an utter mess. The controls for the game were horrible. When trying to attempt to water bend or air bend the remote is all over the place. You would figure if your in the third book that Ang would know alot of air bending moves. Instead he only knows very few from the start and your expected to fight firebenders and beasts with what little moves you have. The only way I would ever play this game again is if it were all redone with better graphics and put either on Xbox 360 or PS3. Very Very Low Replay value.
They finally get Avatar right for the Wii. While the first two Avatar games played like 1990's RPG's, this one actually uses the Wii-mote to its fullest, getting the player to actually 'bend' the four elements in the game. Alas, if they would now remake the first two games in this style this would be a classic Wii trilogy.
A great game for Avatar fans and general players alike.