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Avatar: The Last Airbender

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Xbox
67
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Nintendo DS
65
5.0
Wii
58
1.2

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GameCube 4 3.2
Nintendo DS 1 5.0
PlayStation 2 2 1.4
PSP Awaiting 1 votes...
Wii 2 1.2
Xbox 1 0.6
Combined MobyScore 10 2.4


The Press Says

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80
XboxWorth Playing
Are you a fan of Avatar? Then you pretty much need this game – you have no choice in the matter. It is, after all, new Avatar, and it plays well enough for you to want to experience the entire adventure. You like new Avatar, don't you? Of course you do. Anyone looking for a good game to tide the kids over will find a good product here as well. It's a little easy, but otherwise, Avatar: The Last Airbender is a solid, well-put together game.
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XboxGamingTrend
The game captivated me with the music and the quality of the voice acting, and the gameplay wasn't half-bad either. Unfortunately, the game doesn't really have any meat on the bones, so to speak, and it just felt like something that I've played before, many times. It's not that there's anything wrong with the game, it's more of a feeling of 'been there, done that, slayed the dragon, got the t-shirt'. Still and all, it's a solid effort, and fans of the series will definitely enjoy it. The lack of multiplayer is a big hit against it, especially in a game aimed at children and pre-teens.
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PlayStation 2Game Captain
Avatar orientiert sich stark an der jüngeren Käufergruppe, trotz USK-Freigabe ab 12. Dabei bietet es solide Actionkunst, gepaart mit erfreulich viel Rollenspieleinschlag wie etwa dem Levelsystem, den ausbaubaren Techniken oder den zahlreichen anzulegenden Gegenständen. Erwartet dennoch nicht zu viel Anspruch: Das Spiel ist recht simpel und die Levels meist vorhersehbar gestaltet. Besonders Fans finden zu ihrer Lieblingsserie aber eine gelungene Umsetzung und erfreuen sich an vielen bekannten Details und der Geschichte zum Nachspielen. Alle, die Avatar nicht kennen oder einfach nicht in die Zielgruppe passen, sollten aber besser zur Konkurrenz greifen.
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Nintendo DSGamingTrend
Avatar is a solid title all around. The developers definitely built the game on strong roots, and they definitely didn't take the cop-out route like a lot of licensed games. Unfortunately there was nothing that really stood out about this game. Fans of the show will dive right in and love the heck out of it. For others it will offer a solid adventure, and provide some needed filler in between larger titles when those lean months hit early next year.
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Nintendo DSGame Freaks 365
What then is my recommendation? The DS version of Avatar is a very good action/RPG hybrid, and I would recommend it to all Avatar fans if it weren’t for the fact that the GBA version is just as good of a puzzle-based title. Therefore, if you are a fan of Avatar, you owe it to yourself to try at least one of the two, but which one should be determined by which type of game you like better, as they both are roughly even in quality for their respective genres.
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Nintendo DSIGN
When a development team cares about the game it's making, it shows in the final product. This is apparent when it comes to Avatar: The Last Airbender. Tose software has made a solid action RPG. It's not as exciting as the show is, but I still had a pretty fun time playing it. I just wish I could be playing it with my friends. I hope that, like Aang, Tose can master their skills and blow me away next time.
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XboxAceGamez
Older, more competently skilled gamers aren't likely to find enough depth or challenge here to interest them for very long and the lack of multiplayer in any capacity is a tremendous disappointment. However, for the game's younger target audience there is a fun, easy going action-RPG and light-hearted storyline waiting to be discovered in Avatar: The Last Airbender, and one that lasts at least a good six to eight hours with plenty of optional side quests, mini-games and unlockable content.
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WiiPGNx Media
Avatar: The Last Airbender, for younger gamers, is a solid introduction to the action RPG genre, especially if they enjoy the series. Older gamers may be bored of the somewhat repetitive fighting and the very light RPG elements, however.
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WiiExtreme Gamer
Avatar: The Last Airbender is a fun action; role-playing game based on the Nickelodeon animated series. Never becoming too complex, Avatar blends the right amount of kung-fu air-bending action along with story telling and adventuring. If you're a fan of the animated show, I'm sure Avatar: The Last Airbender will be an experience that lives up to the popularity of the show.
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GameCubeDigital Entertainment News (den)
Older gamers will be able to figure their way around the harder boss battles if they are so inclined while the younger ones may get frustrated and move on.
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GameCubeAceGamez
Older, more competently skilled gamers aren't likely to find enough depth or challenge here to interest them for very long and the lack of multiplayer in any capacity is a tremendous disappointment. However, for the game's younger target audience there is a fun, easy going action-RPG and light-hearted storyline waiting to be discovered in Avatar: The Last Airbender, and one that lasts at least a good six to eight hours with plenty of optional side quests, mini-games and unlockable content.
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GameCubeGame Freaks 365
The plot in this game, unfortunately, follows the same story as in the GBA and DS versions, so if you've played any of the versions of this game, you'll already know the story behind the game. The environments are different though, and the objectives are not fulfilled the same way, so the game is an engaging experience anyway. Add to that the fact that the console version is a fairly lengthy game, although not as long as most RPGs, and you've got a game that is worth a look for fans of Avatar. My one complaint would be that THQ could easily have utilized cooperative multiplayer in this game as they have in such games as Tak: The Great Juju Challenge and Nicktoons: Battle for Volcano Island, but that is a minor gripe. Overall, if you are a fan of Avatar, seriously consider getting this game.
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Nintendo DSGameZone
Avatar: The Last Airbender is worth renting if you're a diehard fan of the show (assuming you can find it. Few rentailers offer DS games). But you're better off with the GBA version - a game that spends more time on action and puzzles, and less time trying to re-tell a story the fans are already familiar with.
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PlayStation 2Game Freaks 365
The plot in this game, unfortunately, follows the same story as in the GBA and DS versions, so if you've played any of the versions of this game, you'll already know the story behind the game. The environments are different though, and the objectives are not fulfilled the same way, so the game is an engaging experience anyway. Add to that the fact that the console version is a fairly lengthy game, although not as long as most RPGs, and you've got a game that is worth a look for fans of Avatar. My one complaint would be that THQ could easily have utilized cooperative multiplayer in this game as they have in such games as Tak: The Great Juju Challenge and Nicktoons: Battle for Volcano Island, but that is a minor gripe. Overall, if you are a fan of Avatar, seriously consider getting this game.
69
XboxGame Freaks 365
The plot in this game, unfortunately, follows the same story as in the GBA and DS versions, so if you've played any of the versions of this game, you'll already know the story behind the game. The environments are different though, and the objectives are not fulfilled the same way, so the game is an engaging experience anyway. Add to that the fact that the console version is a fairly lengthy game, although not as long as most RPGs, and you've got a game that is worth a look for fans of Avatar. My one complaint would be that THQ could easily have utilized cooperative multiplayer in this game as they have in such games as Tak: The Great Juju Challenge and Nicktoons: Battle for Volcano Island, but that is a minor gripe. Overall, if you are a fan of Avatar, seriously consider getting this game.
69
PSPGameZone
It's an average title that could have been a bit better with a multiplayer option and longer storyline, still, any fan of the show will probably enjoy it once they have gotten over the fact that Aang can't leap around and kick butt like he does on the cartoon.
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PSPGameSpot
Anyone that's already a fan of the cartoon and owns a PSP won't necessarily go wrong adding the PSP version of Avatar: The Last Airbender to their game collection. For that matter, fans of the hack-and-slash genre that have run out of things to do in Untold Legends or Untold Legends 2 also may want to give the game a try. It's not anything overly special, but it's a solid enough experience to make it recommendable.
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GameCubeLawrence
As far as kid's games are concerned, the console version of Avatar is a pleasant surprise in terms of genre. Instead of settling for a simple action adventure, the game's developers decided to go for a full out hack-and-slash action-RPG, something not often seen in kid's games. The result is an occasionally fun title that might appeal to fans of the show, but a large number of flaws keep it from greatness. The end result is a children's game with a number of interesting elements and a surprisingly deep character development system. Unfortunately, a large number of problems and a relatively short length make it hard to justify this as more than a rental.
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PlayStation 2Lawrence
As far as kid's games are concerned, the console version of Avatar is a pleasant surprise in terms of genre. Instead of settling for a simple action adventure, the game's developers decided to go for a full out hack-and-slash action-RPG, something not often seen in kid's games. The result is an occasionally fun title that might appeal to fans of the show, but a large number of flaws keep it from greatness. The end result is a children's game with a number of interesting elements and a surprisingly deep character development system. Unfortunately, a large number of problems and a relatively short length make it hard to justify this as more than a rental.
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PlayStation 2Imperium Gier
Avatar: The Last Airbender zabrakło ostatecznego szlifu. Jako proste action RPG przeznaczone dla młodszych graczy – w szczególności fanów serialu – powinno się jednak sprawdzić doskonale. Do diabła, sam dałem się wciągnąć w klepaną walkę i zasuwanie po lokacjach w poszukiwaniu melonów i zamrożonych żab, a bycie dwunastolatkiem dawno już za mną. To chyba niezła rekomendacja…
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Nintendo DSWorth Playing
Avatar: The Last Airbender for the Nintendo DS is a great-looking title that will definitely appeal to fans of the show. Although the gameplay is a bit repetitive and shallow, the graphics are certainly a pleasure to look at in each area, and the cut scenes with voice acting are a nice addition for a Nintendo DS title. Just don't go in expecting too much, and you'll have fun playing it for what it is, a simple action game set in the Avatar universe. If you want a straightforward action title to spend some time with and are a fan of the Nickelodeon cartoon, Avatar: The Last Airbender might be a title for you.
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PlayStation 2Fragland.net
In the end the game is fun to play... for a while. I certainly wouldn't recommend this title to any adult or teenager but if you know someone who like Avatar, I'm sure they'll like this game as well.
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GameCubeWorth Playing
Sadly, Avatar: The Last Airbender falls into a trap that many games of its type do – it's already been done by another, more successful, less licensed title. If you liked Diablo or D&D Heroes, Avatar has that special kind of gameplay you're sure to love, for as short as it lasts. On the other hand, if you're simply a fan of the show, Avatar lacks that certain witty charisma of the series, lending itself to little more than an uninspired hack-and-slash that just happens to use characters and settings from the television show. Luckily, Avatar: The Last Airbender has a certain level of accessibility and simplicity that the six- and seven-year boys getting this game during the holidays shouldn't be that disappointed.
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WiiGameZone
Avatar is a game that younger kids will want, but with the faulty execution of the special moves, could upset younger gamers. I was really hoping this would be the title that I have been waiting for so my son and I could adventure together (at the same time), but it was not to be.
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WiiFileFactory Games / Gameworld Network
Avatar: The Last Airbender is, while not a horrible game, not nearly as good as it could have been. Unless you’re a die-hard fan of the show, choose Marvel: Ultimate Alliance instead.
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Nintendo DSLawrence
The DS version of Avatar is sure to please some fans of the show with its presentation, but the flawed battle system and difficult boss fights are sure to turn others off. If they fix these things for the inevitable sequel, they might actually have a winning action-RPG for the kids.
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XboxGameZone
Is this a smart purchase for your children? Yes, kids that enjoy the show and don’t care about the death-defying details of keeping true to the source material should be able to enjoy the game. Is this right for anyone above the age of 12? Most likely not, there isn’t enough here to immerse yourself into Avatar’s popular universe.
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GameCubeThe Next Level
As licensed games go, Avatar holds up decently beyond the obvious tie-in attraction. Essentially an action game with some light RPG elements, it almost seems like it's trying to attract more than the casual gamer without making things too complicated for younger fans.
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Nintendo DSAceGamez
I am left in a bit of a conundrum - here is a game where I barely passed the first boss battle and neither of my kids were able to defeat that first boss (my older son would have managed eventually it but after about twenty minutes he wanted to get back to Pokémon Ranger and didn't care if he ever saw Avatar again!) Yet it isn't a terrible game - just a game with terribly balanced boss battles. Unfortunately this is naturally a fundamental problem and while Avatar is a pretty good game, I simply cannot recommend it to the target audience - kids in elementary school. At the same time I wouldn't recommend it to older audiences, as there are better RPGs and action games available for the DS that provider a better depth of experience. For the small remaining group - older hardcore gamers who are avid fans of Avatar - I recommend Avatar: The Last Airbender with the caveats about the difficulty and that the rewards for perseverance might not feel all that satisfying.
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WiiNintendo Insanity
In conclusion, Avatar shows a lot of promise, but falls into a repetitive mash of the same thing over and over. Fans of the series will definitely get their $50 worth here, but others should probably look elsewhere. Then again, if you’re a seasoned Diablo veteran who knows what’s it’s like to swing a weapon a few thousand times during one gameplay experience, then Avatar is a somewhat miniaturized console version for you to play with. Don’t expect any corpses to explode, though.
60
WiiGotNext
If you're looking for a game that does more than you're used to, look elsewhere. Fans and gamers seeking something simple in between those big name 4th quarter titles should be content with what they're getting. Solid but nothing spectacular.
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WiiNintendoWorldReport
Avatar the game should be commended for being a faithful recreation of Avatar the TV show, but as a game by itself there are things that need to be addressed. If the inevitable sequel takes the good parts of the first game, fixes what doesn't work, and adds in multiplayer, it could be really fun. This has some fun it, but not as much as there could have been.
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WiiGamerDad
How can it possibly be a kid's game when the first major battle is enough to stop most kids in their tracks? I persevered in the hopes that there would be a payoff that would allow me to make a ‘your hard work is aptly rewarded' point ... but that never comes. The rest of the game is just average stuff ... until you hit the next boss battle.
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GameCubeGames Radar
The bottom line is that diehard Avatar fans will probably be disappointed with the superficial storyline that lacks the charm of the original show, and newcomers will have trouble finding interest in the loosely tied-together missions.
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XboxGameSpot
Avatar: The Last Airbender isn't so much a bad game as it is one that's disappointing because it fails to capitalize on its many interesting concepts. Even though it's geared toward kids, the game is so watered down that even they won't find it challenging. The RPG elements are underdeveloped and the fighting quickly becomes tedious due to its simplicity. The failure to include co-op multiplayer support of any kind doesn't help either. Just being able to play with one friend, much less three, would have made the whole experience more fun. Toss in some unfriendly design choices and lots of backtracking, and you're left with a game that's just not that much fun to play.
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PlayStation 2GameSpot
Avatar: The Last Airbender isn't so much a bad game as it is one that's disappointing because it fails to capitalize on its many interesting concepts. Even though it's geared toward kids, the game is so watered down that even they won't find it challenging. The RPG elements are underdeveloped and the fighting quickly becomes tedious due to its simplicity. The failure to include co-op multiplayer support of any kind doesn't help either. Just being able to play with one friend, much less three, would have made the whole experience more fun. Toss in some unfriendly design choices and lots of backtracking, and you're left with a game that's just not that much fun to play.
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GameCubeGameSpot
Avatar: The Last Airbender isn't so much a bad game as it is one that's disappointing because it fails to capitalize on its many interesting concepts. Even though it's geared toward kids, the game is so watered down that even they won't find it challenging. The RPG elements are underdeveloped and the fighting quickly becomes tedious due to its simplicity. The failure to include co-op multiplayer support of any kind doesn't help either. Just being able to play with one friend, much less three, would have made the whole experience more fun. Toss in some unfriendly design choices and lots of backtracking, and you're left with a game that's just not that much fun to play.
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GameCubeGameZone
Avatar: The Last Airbender is a game that was made for a younger gamer audience, and that is fine in itself. If the developers took a little more time and fleshed out the game more it would have been so much better, especially since Aang can fly in the television show but can’t in the game. If you are a fan of the show and have little ones at home they will get plenty of enjoyment out of it, otherwise it will be best to skip this game.
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Nintendo DSGameSpot
Slick production values can only go so far. Avatar: The Last Airbender for the Nintendo DS may do a great job of capturing the look and feel of the cartoon, but as video games go, it's just another mediocre brawler loosely patterned after a popular TV show.
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WiiGameSpot
Avatar: The Last Airbender isn't so much a bad game as it is one that's disappointing because it fails to capitalize on its many interesting concepts. Even though it's geared toward kids, the game is so watered down that even they won't find it challenging. The RPG elements are underdeveloped and the fighting quickly becomes tedious due to its simplicity. The failure to include co-op multiplayer support of any kind doesn't help either. Just being able to play with one friend, much less three, would have made the whole experience more fun. Toss in some unfriendly design choices and lots of backtracking, and you're left with a game that's just not that much fun to play.
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Nintendo DSJeuxvideo.com
Archétype du jeu attachant pour son ambiance enfantine et son univers cohérent et chaleureux, Avatar n'en est pas pour autant réussi. En effet, faisant face à de nombreux problèmes de gameplay au niveau des combats, le soft masque un tantinet son atmosphère prenante et ses quelques bonnes idées. Néanmoins, il reste une relative bonne entrée en matière pour de jeunes joueurs désireux de s'initier au RPG.
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WiiVideo Game Generation
With source material of Avatar’s quality, I would have thought it really hard to screw up even a licensed game. However, THQ found a way. While the story and writing are decent, very reminiscent of the show and all that, the game manages to tear away any illusion that you’re “playing the cartoon” with uneven graphics and a bevy of new, soon-to-be-forgotten characters that are key to the story. The gameplay has its moments of fun (such as the mini-games scattered about), but the repetitive nature of the main game and lack of multiplayer really keep the experience from realizing its full potential. As part of the first wave of Nintendo Wii titles the game tried a few interesting things at launch – such as the motion controls – but never with any real proficiency. In the end, much like the Avatar himself, this game is a Jack of All Trades, but master of none. Hopefully the developers of future games in this series prove as willing to learn from mistakes as young Aang is.
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PlayStation 2GameZone
While somewhat faithful to the cartoon, Avatar: The Last Airbender for the PS2 fails to capture the true essence of the show’s characters in a game that’s short and uninspiring. Sure kids will get a kick out of playing as their favorite characters but the beat ‘em up action just grows old the more you play. Sorry, Avatar fans, but this isn’t the game we’ve been waiting for since the show debuted.
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PlayStation 2Jeuxvideo.com
Bien que cette adaptation du dessin animé se destine aux plus jeunes joueurs, les développeurs ont eu la bonne idée de ne pas chercher la facilité en s'essayant à une sorte de hack'n slash. Le côté RPG est suffisamment accessible pour ne pas rebuter les enfants, de même que le niveau de difficulté qui permet d'avancer sans trop d'efforts. Dommage que l'action soit aussi approximative et les quêtes aussi conventionnelles, car on s'ennuie un peu trop rapidement.
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GameCubeJeuxvideo.com
Bien que cette adaptation du dessin animé se destine aux plus jeunes joueurs, les développeurs ont eu la bonne idée de ne pas chercher la facilité en s'essayant à une sorte de hack'n slash. Le côté RPG est suffisamment accessible pour ne pas rebuter les enfants, de même que le niveau de difficulté qui permet d'avancer sans trop d'efforts. Dommage que l'action soit aussi approximative et les quêtes aussi conventionnelles, car on s'ennuie un peu trop rapidement.
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WiiJeuxvideo.com
Bien que cette adaptation du dessin animé se destine aux plus jeunes joueurs, les développeurs ont eu la bonne idée de ne pas chercher la facilité en s'essayant à une sorte de hack'n slash. Le côté RPG est suffisamment accessible pour ne pas rebuter les enfants, de même que le niveau de difficulté qui permet d'avancer sans trop d'efforts. Dommage que l'action soit aussi approximative et les quêtes aussi conventionnelles, car on s'ennuie un peu trop rapidement.
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PSPWorth Playing
In the end, Avatar: The Last Airbender for the PSP is a basic game that's just about right for its intended audience. The hack-'n'-slash gameplay is fun, the graphics are serviceable, and the audio is fitting, if a bit sparse, but the artificial lengthening of the game can make it tedious, due to the incessant backtracking you'll have to do, and the lack of a map. There's some complexity to the title, so it's not for the "Dora the Explorer" set, but if you need a game to entertain a 12-year-old (or you are one), you could do worse than Avatar.
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WiiGame Freaks 365
If you are a fan of the television show or have a child interested in it, you may want to give this a rent. For whatever reason, THQ left out multi-player. With the four playable characters, you would think that they would want you to play with friends instead of stupid computer players. This omission hurts replay value, but the game is still decent fun while it lasts.
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PSPLawrence
The PSP version of Avatar is sure to please some fans of the show with its presentation, but the sluggish combat is so grating that only the most die-hard fans will bother finishing. If you absolutely have to pick up one of the Avatar games, try one of the other versions.
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PSPIGN
Avatar: The Last Airbender gets a passing grade, but unlike the fun and entertaining television show, the game falls well short of greatness. As a straightforward beat-'em-up, the title seems to have the right formula, including solid control and a surprisingly intuitive character upgrade system. It even includes a strong selection of levels and characters. But the game rarely represents the Nickelodeon show well, sometimes lacking satisfying collision detection during combat, featuring sparse voice work and facial animation, and omitting a multiplayer mode altogether. In the show, the Avatar's primary power is that he can fly. He's an Airbender and he can take to the skies. In the game, he rarely leaves the ground.
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XboxIGN
Avatar: The Last Airbender gets a passing grade, but unlike the fun and entertaining television show, the game falls well short of greatness. As a straightforward beat-'em-up, the title seems to have the right formula, including solid control and a surprisingly intuitive character upgrade system. It even includes a strong selection of levels and characters. But the game rarely represents the Nickelodeon show well, sometimes lacking satisfying collision detection during combat, featuring sparse voice work and facial animation, and omitting a multiplayer mode altogether. In the show, the Avatar's primary power is that he can fly. He's an Airbender and he can take to the skies. In the game, he rarely leaves the ground.
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PlayStation 2IGN
Avatar: The Last Airbender gets a passing grade, but unlike the fun and entertaining television show, the game falls well short of greatness. As a straightforward beat-'em-up, the title seems to have the right formula, including solid control and a surprisingly intuitive character upgrade system. It even includes a strong selection of levels and characters. But the game rarely represents the Nickelodeon show well, sometimes lacking satisfying collision detection during combat, featuring sparse voice work and facial animation, and omitting a multiplayer mode altogether. In the show, the Avatar's primary power is that he can fly. He's an Airbender and he can take to the skies. In the game, he rarely leaves the ground.
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GameCubeIGN
Avatar: The Last Airbender gets a passing grade, but unlike the fun and entertaining television show, the game falls well short of greatness. As a straightforward beat-'em-up, the title seems to have the right formula, including solid control and a surprisingly intuitive character upgrade system. It even includes a strong selection of levels and characters. But the game rarely represents the Nickelodeon show well, sometimes lacking satisfying collision detection during combat, featuring sparse voice work and facial animation, and omitting a multiplayer mode altogether. In the show, the Avatar's primary power is that he can fly. He's an Airbender and he can take to the skies. In the game, he rarely leaves the ground.
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WiiIGN
The Last Airbender flies to Wii as a direct port of the previous iterations with updated controls. For the most part, the control enhancements are beneficial to the experience. I especially like the challenges where you must use the Wii-mote to draw calligraphy. Meanwhile, I could honestly take or leave the amendments introduced to combat control – specifically, instead of tapping buttons to execute special bending moves, you now hold the B trigger and motion up, down, left or right with the pointer. Sure, it can be more immersive, but it's also a little clunkier than simply mashing a button.
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PlayStation 2Digital Press - Classic Video Games
Avatar also falls victim to two other glaring issues. The lack of multi-player in any form, especially one that already includes a party system of multiple characters, is nearsighted. Other issues can easily be forgiven when in a decent game with friends - that's an inexcusable oversight. The second is the sloppy feel to the combat. If the numbers indicating how much damage has been dealt didn't appear over an enemy, there would be little way to know a hit had landed. It feels as if the collision is suspect, even though it's nearly perfect. Limited animation on the cell-shaded models only increases the looseness of fighting. Likely rushed to find its way to store shelves for a holiday season, Avatar is close to becoming an enjoyable franchise. Basic game play shows potential, yet also seems unfinished. If the inevitable sequels can build on this base, Avatar could end up as a series for both the key demographic it's reaching for and the growing audience for fans of action RPGs.
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WiiNGamer
Button-mashing with a few RPG-ish stats thrown in. More of a light breeze than a huge hurricane; don't expect to be blown away by this title.
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GameCubeNintendoWorldReport
This is a hardest type of game to review, where its substandard qualities are hidden inside the most mediocre and unremarkable package. Exceptionally good games are fun to play and review, and likewise exceptionally bad games are fun to play (read: laugh at) and review. But this game falls squarely in the lower end of the middle, carving an unspectacular niche in the tree of licensed titles.
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WiiG4 TV: X-Play
Okay, so who is this game for? Well, fans of the animated series will like it more than they ought to, but will be secretly disappointed. Gamers looking for a cool action-RPG with some anime style will be let down. The only way we can absolutely recommend this game is if you love Avatar: The Last Airbender as much as you do breathing. Even if you're huge fan of the series, this game is worth a rental at most.