DS #2855: Avatar The Legend of Aang: Into the Inferno (Europe)

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  1. Rayder
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  2. tinymonkeyt

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    OMG. WHAT?
    i didnt see this coming
    AVATAR FTW!
    *excited*
    it looks so cute!
    but.
    iono bout the gameplay
     
  3. itsRANDELL

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    AVATAR FTW! I loved the whole series. Though, I liked Aang better with hair. Anyway, how does this play? Like burning earth?

    EDIT: Omg. It's Phantom Hourglass Style
     
  4. tinymonkeyt

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    languages are
    english, italian, dutch, and..nederlands?

    is there co op?
    cuz in storymode,
    theres like join a game, host a game

    dang. its pretty cute.
    the graphics are ok. kinda blocky
    but yeah plays with the stylus like PH
    its a bit like dumbed down
    explains the 7+ age requirement
     
  5. Sstew

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    Is it Co-op though?

    The second one wasn't I dont think


    If not Know any Good Co-op games?
     
  6. itsRANDELL

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    I think it is Co-Op. Im at chapter 1.2 now. You just gotta have another cart I think and you can control the other character.
     
  7. GeekyGuy

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    Surprisingly cool so far. It's definitely a refreshing change from the last two 2D Avatar DS games. It's got some pretty cool physics/touch-screen stuff in there. Not sure if it's a game I'll stick with, but so far, not bad at all.
     
  8. shakirmoledina

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    i have always liked such games since they live up to their expectations as a good action fighter thus i guess possibly PH style as said before
     
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    Man, this one is a total surprise. Just played through more of it, and the puzzle elements, though simple, are still really well thought out and enjoyable. The level design has had some true inspiration injected into it. I'll be sticking with this game for a bit. It's a shame that most Tempers will overlook this one. I wonder who developed the game...? [​IMG]
     
  10. thedicemaster

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    when starting the game it asks for single or multiplayer, and the description on that screen hints a lot towards co-op.
     
  11. itsRANDELL

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    I think PlayTHQ developed it, basing from the credits. Im pretty surprised since the games THQ makes are crap.
     
  12. kitehimuro

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    Bobblehead Avatar! Awesome. Didn't except this one, still waiting the wii version with the cool wiimote-bending motions.
     
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    So is it worth a try?
     
  14. GeekyGuy

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    Well, they publish a fair amount of crap, but they've also done plenty of really good games (Lock's Quest, de Blob, Worms: OW2).

    @ Inuyasha: Yeah, I'd say it's most definitely worth a try. They probably could have used any characters, but the gameplay is fun. But the cutscenes are funny as well, and I don't know the first thing about Avatar. But I have seen an episode or two, but this game's art style is more like Dragonball.
     
  15. kjean

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    SD version this time?
     
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  17. Raika

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    I saw this dumped yesterday...Anyway i hope it's good! [​IMG]
     
  18. thedicemaster

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    it's a typo.
    in the game it says deutsch, not dutch.
    deutsch=german

    they named all the languages in their own language.
    english is english for english(obvious)
    italiano is italian for italian
    deutsch is german for german.
    and nederlands is dutch for dutch.
     
  19. Aleatz

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    I love the series, but I would have overlooked this too. Now I might actually try it, since so many people seen to enjoy it.
     
  20. tinymonkeyt

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    oh haha. my bad
    i thought deutsch was dutch.
    im bad at geography and locations :/