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ONM: James Cameron's Avatar Review

The game seems to move at one pace, only really getting going when you jump on a Banshee, and though the combat is enjoyable up to a point, once you're past that it's in danger of becoming tedious. This is a good fist of a film tie-in, but as writer Kevin Shortt said last issue, "It's James Cameron, man!", and it's Cameron's trademark, gob-smacking excitement that's missing here.

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