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Avatar: The Last Airbender -- The Burning Earth (Wii)

Avatar: The Last Airbender -- The Burning Earth (Wii)
alaScore 75

12 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 12 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the story. Opinions are divided on the action, and many are critical about the gameplay.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Avatar: The Last Airbender -- The Burning Earth (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 75/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 12 reviews)

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Avatar: The Last Airbender (DS)

 

Avatar: The Last Airbender for the Nintendo DS is an action adventure game featuring the characters and locations from Nickelodeon's popular cartoon show. In the game, players lead a party of four heroes through multiple portions of the Avatar world...

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Avatar: The Last Airbender– The Burning Earth

 

There are so many bad licensed games; they really should start putting warning stickers on them. Avatar: The Last Airbender- The Burning Earth adds a whole new level of unpolished game play to the usually bad genre. It may be that the developers...

Follows the Avatar story, and has familiar characters ; DS version is much stronger than the console release

Horrid cut scenes are poorly put together, with lips that only move sometimes when the characters talk ; Action is monotonous

In the end this will end up in the bargain bin before the next season hit television. Not all licensed game suck, but Avatar certainly lives up to the stereotype. The DS version is the strongest, but that isn't saying much.

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Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Burning Earth (Wii) Review

 

I can bend air... can you?

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Avatar The Last Airbender: The Burning Earth

 

They should call it Avatar: Your Burning Wrists

Co-op play ; Laughing at the crappy animation ; It's mercifully short

Controls are buggy ; Puzzles are annoying ; Tedious combat

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Avatar: The Last Airbender-The Burning Earth Review

 

Do you have what it takes to save the world?

Before I give my concluding remarks, I have to say that in comparison to last year's game, the developers really improved the sequel. While there are still things that need to be ironed out, this is a much better game, from the graphics to the...

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Avatar: Burning Earth | Avatar: The Last Airbender -- The Burning Earth (2007) on Wii

 

What's more, the controls cued to the Wiimote's motion sensitivity are often hard to handle. Each character's chargeable distance strike is activated by holding the Remote vertically for a few seconds, then bringing it back down to a horizontal...

Nickelodeon's elemental hero returns to Wii for a little more Bending.

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Avatar the last Airbender The Burning Earth

 

Family Friendly Gaming |

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Avatar: The Last Airbender review

 

Avatar: The Last Airbender is relatively new for a Nickelodeon show, but it must be doing fairly well if it has reached the point where THQ has seen fit to release a set of games based on it. And surprisingly, despite having the same story as the GBA...

What then is my recommendation? The DS version of Avatar is a very good action/RPG hybrid, and I would recommend it to all Avatar fans if it weren’t for the fact that the GBA version is just as good of a puzzle-based title. Therefore, if you are a fan...

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Avatar: The Burning Earth

 

Avatar: The Legend Of Aang was one of the American launch titles when Wii first came out, and was received with fairly average reviews. A year on, THQ have brought forth a sequel

We've played far more offensive games. That doesn't make Avatar: The Burning Earth good, but it doesn't make it bad either. It's a middle of the road standard game for children, with little imagination but reasonably solid gameplay. If you like that...

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Fun singing game for all ages

 

This game is fun for everyone in the family. Our kids ages 10, 7 and 4 love to play it. The four year old can't read all the words and doesn't know the songs, but that doesn't stop her from trying to sing and dance. It's a singing and dancing game. ...

Fun

Doesn't have a lot of songs

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