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AVATAR THE GAME (Wii)

AVATAR THE GAME (Wii)
alaScore 66

3 reviews

Oct, 2017

  • Negative

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites. There are some mixed views about the graphics.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the AVATAR THE GAME (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 65/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by: MikeBantick (ausgamers.com)

James Cameron's Avatar: The Game Review

 

I imagine, the description of the game is similar to the movie; there is a lot of showiness masking some mediocre core structure. In the end the hero wins, we enjoy our hours in the dark, walk out into the sunshine and immediately forget the experience.

Presentation and voice acting; Simple, straight forward objectives and action (if you like that kind of thing); Nice variety of location and some ok level design

Tedious mission structure and vacuous objectives: run from one yellow area on the map to the next.; Nausea inducing vehicle camera; Awkward controls; Set and forget RPG elements; AI bordering on brain dead; Tacked on Area Control mini-game

Feb, 2010

Expert review by: Wesley Yin-Poole (videogamer.com)

James Cameron's Avatar The Game

 

In this pretty but basic third-person action game, in which you play a blue-skinned Na'vi hell bent on ridding the planet of Pandora of unwelcome Newcomers, waggling is both woeful and frustrating.

At times decent stealth ; Lovely graphics

Repetitive ; Waggling

Indeed it's a crying shame, because if you were able to map the various actions to button presses the entire game would be vastly improved (why can't I fly with the Nunchuck analogue stick?), while the stealth gameplay occasionally shows glimpses of...

Dec, 2009