Don't waste your money on this game!
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This game isn't as cool as you thought. I beat it in 3 days, I was so disappointed. If you do get it, slow down do a half a chapter a day. Some of the levels aren't based on the show. If you got the first Avatar game, this one has way better graphics, but sometimes when they talk their mouths don't move.
The sound is excellent. There are subtitles whether you like it or not. Sometimes when the subtitles appear they don't talk at all. The gameplay is kinda good. It is multiplayer co-op mode, but only 2 player.
You can play as Toph, Aang, Katara, Sokka, Jet, Zuko and Iroh. The last boss battle is Azula and Zuko on the giant drill. At the end of every boss battle you go into the avatar state because each boss somehow threatens Katara or any other friend of Aangs. When you go into the avatar state you have to press certain buttons, and then you kill the boss.
The first level is The avatar state, 2) Return to Omashu, 3) The swamp, 4) The blind bandit, 5) The city of walls and secrets, 6) Lake Logaei , 7) The drill.
So yeah it's a short game. Overall it's fun at the beginning but when you beat it you'll be like "that's it!".
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