WP writes: "Avatar: The Last Airbender," having recently concluded its third season, doesn't seem to be entirely over yet. Besides a planned MMORPG that will run alongside reruns of the show, a live-action movie is now in development to further progress the series, and THQ is happily continuing the games after the series concludes. Avatar: The Last Airbender - Into the Inferno for the Wii follows the tradition of an average game that looks good and plays decently but doesn't do anything special.
For those not too aware of the series' plot, here is a breakdown of the first two seasons: Aang is the latest incarnation of the Avatar, a symbolic emissary of peace and the only one able to master all four different elements by which his world is powered. After recovering from freezing himself in a block of ice for a century, Aang awakens to find his entire tribe slain by the world-conquering efforts of the Fire Nation, and he sets out to save the world with a few friends and a lot of moral support. Unfortunately, right before the game starts, he gets his butt kicked pretty handily by the villain's second-in-command, nearly destroying the world's single hope against the Fire Nation."