|Avatar The Last Airbender The Burning Earth Nintendo DS Lite DSi XL 3DS Complete|
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|Based on the popular Avatar: The Last Airbender animated series, Avatar: The Burning Earth continues the epic adventure of Aang and his courageous battle to restore balance to his war-torn world. Join him and his friends Katara, Toph, and Sokka as they master their skills and fight their way to defend the greatest Earth Kingdom city against a Fire Nation invasion!|
|Game||Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Burning Earth|
|UPC||4005209093927, 785138361338, 785138472447|
|ESRB Descriptor||Cartoon Violence|
|Number of Players||2|
|Game Special Features|
Average review score based on 16 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
The game in itself is ok, but there is absolutely toooo much dialog. The begining scenes start out slow and easy and are reminescent of those at the begining of season two. But things started getting sketchy and I found myself wondering "When did THIS happen in the series?!" As for graphics, pixelated Aang, Katara, and the gang are cute and all but can be a bit annoying if one is really trying to get into the gameplay aspect of it. The fight scences aren't very intricate as well. They're more like a quick splashes of paint than the artist brush strokes that we've become accustom to on the televsion series. All in all, I think that this game is a very good subsittute for children age 5 to 10 ( and 10 is REALLY pushing it). If you are looking for a version of this game that offers gameplay and action that is truer to the series, but is still in a convenient handheld, than I would advise getting the psp version. The images and recaps are clearer and the action scences are way more defined. This allows for a deeper, more immersing and in my opinion, more satisfying gameplay.
I bought this game for my 6 year old son because he loves to watch Avatar! Him and his dad both really enjoy this game. The game is simple enough for my son but yet entertaining enough for my husband. It's mainly following a story line while completing tasks asked of you. One thing to remember, there is A LOT of reading involved with this game. So, if you have a young Avatar fan with limited reading skills, you will have to read the story line on screen to them so they will know what/how to complete the tasks.
I bought this game thinking in my son 'cause he loves the series, the game has nice graphics but i was really expecting a little more adventures for example, but for the price that I got it it's ok.