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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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The first console video game to be playable in stereoscopic 3D, though it only supports Side-By-Side, Top-And-Bottom, and other now defunct methods of stereoscopy. The game does not support Frame-Packing 3D, as it was released before the Blu-ray 3D format was created/finalized. This therefore also makes it one of the earliest forms of entertainment to properly utilize 3DTVs.
Pandora is supposed to have less gravitational forces than those of Earth. It's the main explanation for why creatures and plants grow so much larger there. However, if a human character falls from a height considered survivable on Earth they will still die.
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