Avatar: The Game (2009)

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When conflict erupts on the planet of Pandora between a space-faring consortium and the Na'vi, gamers will find themselves thrust into a fight for the heart of a planet and the fate of a civilization.


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29 October 2012 | yasenkiranov
5
| A big lost opportunity
I didn't quite know what to think of this game before I started playing it.On one hand a game based on "Avatar" is an interesting idea,on the other hand there was a trailer for this game as a bonus feature in the "Assassin's creed II" menu and that said trailer didn't represent the game in a very good way.The moment I saw it,I knew "Avatar" would suffer the problem a lot of movie based games do - very short development time.I mean this game looks and feels like it's in a beta phase.The vehicle mechanics are very flawed,especially the exosuit.The storyline,in my opinion,was not really that bad,but the game is very linear,offering little to explore compared to other RPG games.I think this game is supposed to be a third person shooter/RPG,but it integrates the RPG elements very poorly.In my opinion, "Avatar" would have had a lot more potential if they took more time making it.That is the main reason I'm giving it 5/10.The game does have some positive qualities to it,so if you're curious you can give it a try.

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Release Date:

1 December 2009

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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