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Avatar: The Last Airbender

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Also on:GC, Xbox, PSP Games, DS, GBA, PS2
GF Rating
5.7

489 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
5

Fair

Too much like Pokemon

posted by veelaunch (GLENDALE, UT) Jun 4, 2007

Member since Nov 2006

This game felt like it really did a good job of making use of the wii remote and it felt like it was a good RPG as far as character development, weapon customization but it just had that corny kid feeling to it that didn't allow me to play it much longer although I felt like it had more to offer. Kindof like Pokemon it seemed to have a really cool idea or theme but it was just too young. This is a game that I think my 10 and 12 year nephews could play for months and tell me about for even longer but there are just too many other games out there for me to spend any more time on this. Buy it for your kid, it will make them think and it is a lot better than many of the bogus kids games that are based on movies.

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GF Rating
1

Horrible

Beware if you are a fan

posted by bigbear20 (LAWRENCEVILLE, GA) Mar 16, 2007

Member since Jan 2007

this game dishonors the series by being a typical tv based game. Which means that this game has some good fewatures but none that redeam it.

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GF Rating
4

Weak

Standard.

posted by Ragnex (SILVER SPRING, MD) Mar 12, 2007

Member since Jun 2006

The same thing w've seen about a million times before.

Gameplay: 6.0
Originallity for an action game: 1.0
Originallity in use of Wii-Remote: 1.0
Replay Value/Amount of time gameplay remains fun: 3.0
Story: 5.0

Gameplay:
It's pretty much every other action game ever. Attack, use special abilities, etc.

Originality:
Complete ignores the power of the Wii-Remote. In fact this game is probably better on gamecube.

Replay Value:
As with most action games it's more or less the same thing about 1000 times. Long enough, and with enough new abilities to learn to keep mild interest thoughout.

Story:
Follows somewhat closely to the show (from what I know of the show). Not bad, nothing to write home about.

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