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Avatar the last airbender Into the Inferno follows the third book of the avatar series. This time around Aang is a lot more serious, and starts out recovering from being stabbed in the back (almost literally). Impending doom approaches, and this time he needs to learn the bending art of fire. The fire nation continues their conquest of domination. Gamers get to continue Aang's quest in this E10+ rated video game.

Avatar the last airbender Into the Inferno seems a little darker, and the camera has been improved. There are still a few places in this game where it can be a little confusing how to solve the puzzles. Eventually yours truly did figure out what to do, even if that meant turning the game off doing something else until a light bulb turned on. The violence has been dropped, and that is good thing because of how boring fighting is.

Avatar the last airbender Into the Inferno has music that feels very majestic to me. There is an eastern flair to the music, and the voice acting continues to be great. I really enjoyed the characters bantering around. Players of this home console video game are pretty much expected to have an idea what is going on in the series. The beginning of the game does set it up with a previous episode recap.

For some reason the Avatar series has been growing on me. THQ makes sure there are a lot of collectible items in this franchise, and Avatar the last airbender Into the Inferno is no exception. This game is also a little bit longer than the last one so they were listening to Family Friendly Gaming. If you liked either of the previous versions then you will most likely appreciate this one as well.

Avatar the last airbender Into the Inferno has much better controls, especially on the bending. The previous Avatar game had some confusing control problems in that regard. This is another area this franchise has made improvements. I enjoyed the puzzle aspects of Avatar the last airbender Into the Inferno. There is less fighting, and that is also a major improvement.

There is good and bad in Avatar the last airbender Into the Inferno. I enjoy how Aang fights for his friends, and does not harbor grudges. He also believes in serving justice to the wicked. The spiritual nature is still present and it continues from a eastern religious view point. I am pleased to see this sequel, and look forward to future releases of this franchise.
- Paul


Graphics: 64%
Sound: 71%
Replay/Extras: 73%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%
System: Wii/Playstation 2
Publisher: THQ
ESRB Rating: 'E10+' for Everyone 10+
{Cartoon Violence}

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