Avatar - The Last Airbender: Into the Inferno
One of the best games i have played
it was outstanding, the bending, the fights, the glider. and the bosses aren't push overs! I suggest buy it.
The graphics are horrible!!! The first game of the series there mouths won't even move when they talk. The series was ok.
Better than all of the Avatar games.
This is a good game it is made in 2008 Im still paying with Avatar the last airbender The Burning Earth and that is old and boring. So I decided to get a newer edition for better graphics and gameplay so I got this game. Avatar the last airbender Into The Inferno is a game based on the Fire Nation mostly its when Aang learns Firebending. thx u for viewing have a great time.
this game is great
the game is great and the people who like the cartoon for the avatar the last air bender they will say it is a great game this game is like book 3 fire from the cartoon i love it
this game is great
i would like to every one to buy it . you should buy this game because it is great game for the people who like Avatar the last airbender
This game doesn't do the show justice.
I rented this game hoping for an immersive game with a wide variety of bending moves. I was sorely disappointed. Each character has basically the same attacks, just in different colors. Zuko's fire is like Katara's water, and Aang's only real move outside of battle is a ball of air that floats around. The AI is pretty good, though, which almost makes up for the lack of variety during battle. The enemies aren't too stupid, nor are they obnoxiously strong. The bending mechanic is a little difficult to control. The developers tried to mimic the point and click control of the Wiimote, which doesn't work nearly as well with an analog stick. Rocks are often getting stuck behind things, and the game often thinks you're aiming at the foreground when you're really trying to hit something in the background. The voice acting isn't as good as it could be. Although all the characters are voiced by the people from the show, it sounds like they're speaking too close to the microphone the whole time. Another big issue (at least with the copy I rented) was that the sound would cut out during cutscenes. This might be a glich specific to my disc only, but if not, it's just not acceptable for a game based on a show as big as Avatar. Lastly, the game is just too short and too easy. After playing for only an hour and a half, I was 50% done with the game. If you like Avatar as much as I do, you might consider renting this game. The story line follows the show very closely, and I did enjoy playing the characters and messing around. However, I don't recommend buying this game. If you're really itching for some Avatar, your $** would be better spent on the DVDs.
As a die hard fan of avatar i am going to reserve my copy for this. I heard you can use the avatar state again! And you will be able to play as ozai! I just wish it would come out on xbox360!