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Avatar the Last Airbender The Burning Earth  


Avatar the Last Airbender The Burning Earth on the Nintendo Wii is vastly different from the last console version of Avatar the Last Airbender. Gone are the expansive areas to explore. The eastern mysticism has also been toned way down. The Wii Remote is in certain areas adding a little flavor to the franchise. There is still some humor, but not as much as the previous game.

The graphics stay similar with the cel shading. Most of the Family Friendly Gaming readers have a like or dislike reaction to cel shaded graphics. I have grown used to this graphical style personally. Some games do not pull it off, but Avatar the Last Airbender The Burning Earth does okay. There is violence as the ESRB denotes. Players use their elemental skills (editor: earth, air, fire, and water) to make the enemies fall down, and then vanish. There are a few small puzzles to solve, and looking around usually solves them.

I really enjoy the voice acting in Avatar the Last Airbender The Burning Earth. The elemental sounds flow like nature. I wish there was more of the humor though. Audio sounds are used when enemies are defeated, but nothing too note worthy.

There are some secrets to find while playing Avatar the Last Airbender The Burning Earth. It took me around five hours to beat this Nintendo Wii game. There are some nice extras in the game that add a little bit to that time amount. The difficulty of Avatar the Last Airbender The Burning Earth is also on the easy side.

Each level in Avatar the Last Airbender The Burning Earth is completely straight forward. Secrets are just barely off the beaten path. There was a problem with the focus moves since the Wii Remote needs to be held one position for two seconds before slowly moved to the second position. The Wii Remote had to be held in the second position for two seconds as well. The game does not tell the player this, nor does the instruction manual. The layout of the controls works perfectly though.

There is one spirit of note that Aang the Avatar interacts with. There are also some wonderful lessons about not abusing power, and taking responsibility for a mistake. These are wonderful to see. Friendship is also taught in a mild degree in Avatar the Last Airbender The Burning Earth. I would like to see a sequel, especially if it is longer.
- Paul


Graphics: 66%
Sound: 74%
Replay/Extras: 64%
Gameplay: 72%
Family Friendly Factor: 67%
System: Wii
Publisher: THQ
ESRB Rating: 'E10+' for Everyone 10+

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