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- Become immersed in the world of the Avatar feature film, viewing James Cameron's universe from your own perspective
- Take your stand in a raging conflict, fighting either for the indigenous Na'vi or the resource-hunting RDA Corporation
- Arm yourself with any of more than 60 total RDA and Na'vi weapons, customizing them for your own use
- Prepare yourself for battle by choosing any of 20 skills for each clan
- Design your own character and acquire new skills as you make your way through the game
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James Cameron's Avatar: The Game is the official videogame based on the highly anticipated film James Cameron's Avatar. The videogame takes you deep into the heart of Pandora, an alien planet that is beyond imagination. You will encounter the Na'vi, Pandora's 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 Na'vi, you will find yourself thrust into a fight for the heart of a planet and the fate of a civilization.
In a distant corner of the universe, a devastating conflict is about to erupt between two very different worlds. On the planet of Pandora reside an indigenous people known as the Na'vi. When the Na'vi find themselves engaged in a struggle with the RDA Corporation, a space-faring consortium in search of valuable resources, it sets the stage for a conflict unlike any the universe has seen before. Step into a dazzling world from the imagination of James Cameron and take your stand in the battle to determine the fate of a civilization.
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No Character Selection.
On the PC version, you are able to pick an appearance out of multiple male and female models. Each model comes with it's unique human and avatar appearance, but are all named Able Ryder. On the Wii, you just pop right into the game as a male Na'vi, Rai'uk, that looks a lot like Tsu"tey. He is the only one left from the Anurai clan, along with his sister, Kyuna. Any second player that joins the game will join as her.
On the PC version, you can join a multiplayer with other people playing the game. On the Wii, if you want to play with another human being, you will have to call over a friend to play with you as Kyuna.
Everyone with a Wii knows that no game has amazing graphics, because that's the quality of the Wii. Those amazing HD pictures you saw? Those were from the PC. The graphics here are just average graphics, so it will look a little bit pixelated.
We all saw advertised that you could choose between the RDA and the Na'vi, but of course, this isn't so for the Wii. Rai'uk was a born Na'vi, so you will only be able to play as a Na'vi.
The story on the Wii and PSP is that Rai'uk wants revenge on the "Newcomers" for destroying his village and clan. The PC version is much different, and you can find a detailed summary of that on the Wikipedia article for the game.
Is it playable...?
Yes! Although it is much different than the PC version, it is most definitely an enjoyable game. Although it was quite short, it was fun to play. If you like collecting hidden things in the map, Totems can be found in this game. If you like being able to replay missions on the same, or different levels of difficulty, you can do that too! If you have already played this game on another console, different from the Wii or PSP, this version will not be boring, as it is completely different. It would almost be an entirely different game!
In short... it was not as advertised, it was a little limited and kinda short, but it was still fun.
all in all the game can be fun but does get old fast in my opinion.other reviewers were right,this game was rushed bigtime.
I think the Wii version got jipped a little (like with other games -- CoD) on features.
My only suggestion is that advanced game players might want to rent it first. My boyfriend completed it in 3 days, and he's not the tpye to play VGs for hours on end.