DescriptionBased on the animated television program of the same name, Avatar: The Last Airbender follows the adventures of a group of kids living in an Asian-inspired fantasy world where the nations have been divided up according to the four classical elements: Air, Water, Earth, and Fire. Within each nation are people who can control that one element, known as benders. The Avatar is a person who can control all four elements, and is charged with keeping peace between the four nations. However, 100 years previous the Avatar had disappeared, making it possible for the Fire Nation to wage a war of conquest across the world. As the show begins, the new Avatar, Aang (originally an Airbender, hence the title of the series), has been found, and now he must travel the world, learning how to bend all four elements and fighting against the Fire Nation alongside his friends Katara (a Waterbender of the Water Tribe) and Sokka (her older brother).
In the game, the player may choose one of four characters: Aang, Katara, Sokka, and Haru (an Earthbender). Each character's fighting style and abilities are unique, and new abilities can be gained as they earn experience by defeating enemies. Items are also available to assist the player, such as armor, chi, accessories, and healing potions. As an action/adventure game, the gameplay is viewed from top-down perspective, with the player battling enemies and searching for specific items required the complete the quests necessary to progress further into the game. The story unfolds over several chapters, and players cannot return to previous areas.
Set between the first and second seasons of the show, the game follows Aang and friends as they investigate the disappearance of a young Waterbender, and find themselves in pursuit of an inventor named Lian the Maker, who has been forced to create dangerous machines for the Fire Nation. As they travel between the Water Tribe and Earth Kingdom, the characters battle Fire Nation soldiers, strange animals, and various machines. Some other characters from the world of Avatar also make minor appearances in the game, including Prince Zuko, who appears during cut scenes only.
- "The Legend of the Last Airbender, Aang" -- Slang title
- "Avatar: The Legend of Aang" -- UK and Australian title
- "Avatar: Le Dernier Maitre De L'Air" -- French title
- "Avatar: La Leyenda de Aang" -- Spanish title
- "Avatar: Der Herr der Elemente" -- German title
- "Avatar: De Legende van Aang" -- Dutch title
- "Avatar" -- Slang title
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|GameZone||Oct 23, 2006||6.9 out of 10||69|
|GameSpot||Jan 17, 2007||6.9 out of 10||69|
|Worth Playing||Jul 16, 2007||5.5 out of 10||55|
|Lawrence||Oct 30, 2006||5.2 out of 10||52|
|IGN||Oct 16, 2006||5.1 out of 10||51|
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- Avatar: The Last Airbender (Official game website)
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