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Avatar The Game

Avatar the game is being released December 2009 in conjunction with the highly anticipated movie of the same name.
The movie has been twelve years in development as the director, James Cameron, has waited for technology to catch up to his vision.
Cameron is responsible for some of the most successful movies ever made, both commercially and critically, so when it takes this guy over a decade to concentrate on getting a single movie just right then it's sure to attract a lot of attention and hype so there's been plenty of time for the game developers to fine tune the gameplay and graphics for this title.
Cameron is quoted as saying he was fed up of seeing movie titled licensed games tagged on after the fact and wanted the game to be created hand in hand with the movie experience.
The movie is set in the 22nd Century on an alien planet called Pandora which is inhabited by the indigenous Navi tribe.
Pandora's atmosphere is toxic to humans so they create hybrids, known as Avatars (a genetic mixture of human and Navi) that can be controlled using a mental link.
A paralysed soldier by the name of Jake Sully volunteers to become an Avatar and finds his beliefs and convictions tested in the battle between humans and Navi's.
Avatar the game draws on the rich storyboard present in the movie and takes you to the planet of Pandora where you can play as either human or Navi.
The choice as to who you play dictates the path you take in the game as almost two separate gameplays are available depending on which side you select.
You're able to use and customise 60 different weapons as well as the ability to create your very own character acquiring skills as you progress through the game.
It's also possible to drive all of the vehicles in the game as well as ride and control the alien animals you will meet across your journey although beware as not all the animals are friendly.
There are different weapons for the different sides but the controls are pretty much the same and whichever side you choose you will still be able to enjoy the stunning scenery, lush, exotic jungle foliage with alien plants that can surprise you with what they do! As with the movie, Avatar the game is available to play in 3D although a suitable television set and 3D glasses are required.
Avatar the game is available on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, PSP, Nintendo DSi and the PC.

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