Avatar: The Last Airbender Pro Reviews

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Avatar: The Last Airbender Reviews

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GameDaily 6/10 Nov 02 '06
GameSpot 5.9/10 Dec 05 '06
IGN Xbox 5.1/10 Oct 16 '06
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"Avatar: The Last Airbender could've been a worthwhile effort had THQ actually put some more work and imagination behind it. As it is, it leans too much on the basics. The graphics and sound never really deliver in the same tone as the show, and the gameplay never really rises above mundane. Those who appreciate the TV show would probably be better off just watching episodes or picking up some Avatar DVD's instead."
"During the formative years of most of GamesRadar's veteran staff, games like Disney's Ducktales and Aladdin were often amazingly polished and fun, in spite of their obvious kid appeal. But somewhere along the line this changed, and cartoon-licensed games started aiming squarely at the rugrats. Good for them, but older game fans were left out. This is why THQ's upcoming Avatar: The Last Airbender is rather interesting. While it's not akin to the best of those old games, it's a very capable, ..."
"During the formative years of most of GamesRadar's veteran staff, games like Disney's Ducktales and Aladdin were often amazingly polished and fun, in spite of their obvious kid appeal. But somewhere along the line this changed, and cartoon-licensed games started aiming squarely at the rugrats. Good for them, but older game fans were left out. This is why THQ's upcoming Avatar: The Last Airbender is rather interesting. While it's not akin to the best of those old games, it's a very capable, "
"During the formative years of most of GamesRadar's veteran staff, games like Disney's Ducktales and Aladdin were often amazingly polished and fun, in spite of their obvious kid appeal. But somewhere along the line this changed, and cartoon-licensed games started aiming squarely at the rugrats. Good for them, but older game fans were left out. This is why THQ's upcoming Avatar: The Last Airbender is rather interesting. While it's not akin to the best of those old games, it's a very capable, "
"Avatar: The Last Airbender had the potential to be an enjoyable game for both children and adults but most of that potential went untapped, and the extremely repetitive and tedious gameplay isn't likely to appeal to either audience."
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