If you like RPGs or you like the show, DON'T BUY!
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Ok, the show is amusing on the Nickelodeon channel, but this game is just horrible. The graphics, are a very weird kind of 3d, and the items are hard to equip.
If you were looking for a "thrilling" adventure, you won't find it here. The game doesn't follow the storyline of the show (which was actually pretty good, but repetitive). Also the sound quality for the remote is just ugly.
If you really want an rpg, then get Zelda Twilight Princess, which has all the elements of a great game. I will tell you what I experienced when I put the game in my Wii: It came up to a menu screen that had nothing to do with the Avatar concept, then when I created a file. It was laggy, showing that in fact it does not run in 60 fps. When I started the game, it came up to a embarrassing-looking 3dish Ang (the avatar) that talked like he was 5. It was embarrassing to even look at the screen, then I went and talked to some random guy that an arrow was pointing to, then he said to go on some mission, ok this is where the game starts off.
Then I learned some moves which was actually pretty cool, but then it got boring. The game then prompted you to start walking, which you then fought some wolves, more wolves, then more wolves. Pretty soon you just totally hate wolves and want to throw your remote at the screen.
I personally think that this game is a put down for the wii, in my mind I think that Nickelodeon should just back off and stop making crappy half-baked games for Nintendo. Note: if you got this game for Christmas, trade it in for games or money.
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