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Name:Avatar The Last Airbender USA PSP pSyPSP h33tSpamicide

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Avatar: The Last Airbender (c) THQ crack ........ n/a
developer ... thq oz ± ±

supplier ..... Mr N
publisher ... thq ² ²
store date ... 11/10/06

protection .. n/a ² Û
release date . 11/10/06
files ....... 08x15

R E L E A S E N O T E S :

October 16, 2006 - Nickelodeon has with Avatar: The Last Airbender created an anime-style show that

appeals to both kids and adults. We know because we're probably not the cartoon's target audience, and yet

we watch it religiously - even as we are mocked by family and friends. The show follows the exploits of a

whimsical hero named Aang - the Avatar - who has been tasked with the lofty challenge of battling an

entire nation of enemies and restoring piece to a war-torn land. Aang is an Airbender, which means that he

can manipulate air itself to fly, send wind tunnels at foes, and so on. But the young warrior will only be

able to best the menacing threat of the Fire Nation once he has also learned the intricacies of Fire,

Water and Earthbending, too. For only the Avatar is able to harness the power of all four elements.

The show runs with this premise and is complemented by a cast of likeable characters, including Aang's

friends Katara (who is herself a young Waterbender) and Sokka, a loud-mouthed teenager whose primary

ability is his conviction. Between regularly funny wise-cracks, the series dishes out enough

well-choreographed action sequences to satisfy Jackie Chan and Jet Li fans combined. It is, to be short,

good entertainment that can be enjoyed on multiple levels by multiple demographics.

The game, developed by THQ's Australia Studio, is designed largely for kids and it does succeed as an

entertaining, but slightly shallow beat-'em-up set in the Avatar universe. That noted, as a playable

entity, Avatar oftentimes lacks the color, wit and the high-flying action of its television predecessor,

which is sure to be a disappointment for any diehard fans.

Avatar: The Last Airbender is a fairly straightforward affair for game consoles. In the beginning, you

control Aang as he sets out to meet up with his friends Sokka and then Katara. The character moves with

satisfying speed around top-down 3D environments and uses his staff to battle enemies. You control him

with the left analog and block, attack or turn temporarily invisible at the tap of a button. The primary

selection of maneuvers is basic, to put it mildly, but a simplified and surprisingly intuitive RPG

mechanic enables you the option to equip items and enhance the abilities of your characters. You also

unlock new moves as you level up throughout the game. Even so, your heroes will never advance beyond a

normal attack and four special moves, thus inevitably the combat will become predictable. This is perhaps

a drawback to the genre just as much as it is the game.

Still, THQ's Australia Studio has compensated for this truth by including the ability to control

characters beyond Aang, including aforementioned heroes Katara and Sokka, as well as Haru and, in some

cases, even Momo, a cuddly lemur who usually rests on the Avatar's shoulder. A simple tap on any side of

the D-Pad switches between the characters, each of whom has unique powers. For instance, Katara is the

Waterbender and natural healer and as such she is the one to use to navigate fire-based obstructions and

when a party member needs to be revitalized. The developer could have easily included these heroes as

cosmetic additions, but there is some substance to each of them, which is welcomed.

Avatar includes just enough of the right spice to keep the gameplay interesting, although it never aspires

to be riveting. Character control is impressively responsive, but collision detection on combat feels

flimsy at best. When you slam a Fire Nation guard with Aang's staff, you never really feel as though

you've dealt this foe a deadly blow. The connection is muddled. There are a wide variety of recognizable

and new locations, just as there are old and new faces to behold. Unfortunately, the software house has

used voice work and facial animation sparingly so most of these inhabitants lack the color of their

television counterparts. And while the game succeeds as a decent beat-'em-up, it captures very little of

the show's intense action sequences. To give you an idea of this, in the Nickelodeon cartoon, Aang soars

into the air and flips about acrobatically, but in the game the character can't even jump, let alone fly.

Despite these omissions, we believe that kids - especially those who watch and like the television show -

will probably still find some good fun in this game. The story is coherent, the characters look and talk

more or less like their television originals, there are a few solid jokes, and the overall control

mechanics and level designs are passable. That all being said, the game has one glaring, nearly

inexcusable omission, which is the lack of a multiplayer mode. Just about every beat-'em-up of the last

decade has included - at the very least - a two-player mode, but Avatar is solely a single-player affair.

Tsk, tsk - surely kids would have enjoyed the option to play with their friends.

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