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G4TV: James Cameron's Avatar: The Game Review

Avatar isn't a terrible game; it's simply one that is nearly devoid of creativity beyond the alien landscape of Cameron's design. One of the most immediate problems is the lack of cohesive storytelling. So little focus is given to the setup and characters that there is no real connection to the interspecies war saga. Even worse, Avatar forces you to make a major decision about the plot of your game at the very beginning: whether or not to become a traitor to the human race. It happens at a point when you've played so little of the game, there's simply no motivation to make a decision either way. For what it's worth, you play a signal specialist -- a job description that apparently means badass, one-man army -- named "Easy" Ryder. Speaking of cliché...

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