James Camerons Avatar: The Game is the official video game based on the highly anticipated film James Camerons Avatar. The video game will take you deep into the heart of Pandora, an alien planet that is beyond imagination. Gamers will encounter the Navi, Pandoras indigenous people and discover other life forms the likes of which have never been seen in the world of video games before. When conflict erupts between the RDA Corporation, a space-faring consortium in search of valuable resources, and the Navi, gamers will find themselves thrust into a fight for the heart of a planet and the fate of a civilization.
Immerse yourself in James Camerons world. Peer deep into the heart of Pandora and see James Camerons universe, from your own perspective.
Engage in a massive conflict between two worlds. Fight for you cause; RDA or Navi. Customize more than 60 RDA and Navi weapons, combined. Choose your skills: 20 for each clan. Drive all of the vehicles and ride the animals. Expand the battleground in online multiplayer.
Develop your character and acquire new skills. Create your very own character and acquire skills as you progress through the game.
Brilliant graphics, good skill level options and a true two player experience with backup options for both players.
Very like the film experience and young players are able to get as much out of this game as more experienced gamers.
My 10 year old loved the movie and was desperate for the game so we bought the Wii version. He loves it, although does need help from time to time as he gets a little frustrated. I haven't have a chance to really sit down and play it but the bits I have played have been really good and kept me interested. I would recommend it for both kids and adults alike.
Avatar: the game is not as good on the nintendo wii as it is on the Xbox 360 or the Playstation 3. The gameplay is completely different which shuold be a good change, but the changes are just so it can be released on the wii. they arent better, they are really poor.
this is one game that you can do without owning, maybe just to rent for a couple nights.
James Cameron Avatar is a movie game that tried to not be a movie game, But does it work? Yes and kinda No.. At the begging of the game you are getting warmed up playing as a RDA solder, You do this for a good 30 minutes, Then you get a choice, Do you want to take the RDA solder path or do you want to become a Navi? This is when the game splits and you start playing what ever story side. This is a good idea and also gives more replay value to the game but this is also where the "No" part comes from. If you play as a solder you will quickly be playing the same thing over and over again, You must activate this or protect that until you beat the game, The Navi is about the same, They basically just put a new skin on you and a few bits of story. The jump from solder to navi can also be tuff. The Navi have primitive weapons at the start and this can really put you off from wanting to play as them since the NDA solder has a ton of weapons.
Avatar is a fun game and it is a long game with a bit of replay value. The graphics are good for a "movie game". The camera and controls can be frustrating at times but you will get use to it. If you loved the movie, Check out the game.