Avatar - The Last Airbender: Into the Inferno Image
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  • Summary: The Fire Nation devises a plot to use the power of Sozin's Comet to rain devastation on the rest of the world. The fate of the world lies in the hands of only a few young, brave heroes - Aang and his friends. They are preparing for the ultimate showdown against Fire Lord Ozai and his terrorizing army that will ultimately decide who will win the great 100 year old war. [THQ] Expand
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  1. 50
    It's super-simple in terms of gameplay, puzzles, and graphics, but it's a kid's game specifically aimed at fans of the show. Sure, I don't really know what the hell is going on storywise in this title because Into the Inferno doesn't explain anything, but a fan of the show won't need to see a well done cutscene to understand why Aang and Toph are attacking such and such place.
  2. "Sigh" The game missed so many opportunities, I think the Wii version is the way to go, but only if you are a die-hard fan.
  3. The only thing that proved to be memorable about this game was how terrible it was. From the broken controls to the mysteriously disappearing audio, this game should definitely be avoided, even for die-hard fans. Although it might be tempting to play a game based on such an awesome series, the game channels none of the amazing spirit of the show.
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  1. Dec 31, 2012
    5
    Having grown up on the hit TV series Avatar: The Last Airbender, I also bought and played this game. I recently replayed it and I must say that it doesn't live up to the show's standard of quality, but is by no means terrible. This is obviously the closest we'll ever come to a good Avatar game (which would be amazing, given the spectacular setting) so it might as well be enjoyed. Expand