James Camerons Avatar: The Game
Excellent environmental detail and good implementation of 3D technology.
Looks alright, Can be bearable in short bursts
Branching story provides replay value, Some nicelooking environments, Melee kills are fun, Conquest mode is a neat idea.
Spotty attention to movie canon, soso Na'vi gameplay.
Broken, boring and lackluster gameplay, Terrible framerates, Horrible plot
Conquest mode is ultimately all but useless, The story and characters stink, The action gets tedious, Absolutely awful vehicles.
By What Laptop TechRadar on February 09, 2010
Released in conjunction with James Cameron’s record-breaking film, Avatar: The Game is a prequel to the movie and sinks like the Titanic in many departments, including story-telling and controls.The result is that Avatar: The Game quickly becomes...-
By Tech Arkade on January 17, 2010
If you haven't heard of (or seen) Avatar (James Cameron's newest movie) you have clearly been living under a rock. With over 1Billion is sales it is likely to become one of the highest grossing movies of all time. However, we aren't here to...50
By GamingShogun on December 28, 2009
With James Cameron's AVATAR now out in theaters, I felt it was time to publish our full review of Ubisoft Montreal's adaptation of the fictional world of Pandora. Unfortunately, some things have gone wrong while the game was in development......-
By itreviews.com on December 24, 2009
A terrific game world with a middling game sat in the middle of it. Better than you might be expecting, though. UbiSoft - James Cameron's Avatar: The Game price Buy James Cameron's Avatar: The Game securely online at a bargain price £39.99...-
By Tech2 on December 21, 2009
As the Na’avi you’re tied down to melee weapons and bows and arrows that are no match for assault rifles. The Na’vi have the ability to camouflage with the environment and this ability renders them invisible momentarily during which...40
By NowGamer on December 17, 2009
Avatar isn’t horrible, but totally misses its potential as a clunky, uninspired third person shooter. 5.5/10Print this pageUser reviews (0)Share this pageNoticed something wrong? Report error/mistake.Add to my profile pageGame...55
By Destructoid on December 06, 2009
Videogames made solely to coincide with the release of a major movie tend to be terrible -- rushed, lazy, and made with little to no care by studios who are just doing the bare minimum required to get paid. Avatar: The Game, however, is supposed to...30
By Games Radar on December 05, 2009
James Cameron’s Avatar certainly has all the ingredients for an action-packed videogame. The only trouble is, these ingredients are getting dangerously stale. The ‘space marine versus alien’ thing is well-travelled ground on the silver...70
By GameSpot on December 02, 2009
This disappointing film tie-in transforms the magical into the mundane....55
By cnet on December 02, 2009
Bigger doesn't mean better. Developer Ubisoft Montreal disregarded this mantra when creating James Cameron's Avatar, delivering a mediocre game loaded with unnecessary padding, rather than a tight and enjoyable package that could have gotten...55