Game vortex writes: "Avatar - The Last Airbender: Into the Inferno is a game of a show that a lot of kids know and love. This doesn't mean the game has to be any good, but in this case, things worked out pretty well. The characters and the worlds they inhabit during the game all feel drawn from the same inspiration behind the show, which fans will love. The camera moves around as you move, showing important gameplay elements and drawing in close when necessary. Brilliant colors and little detailed touches in the game make Into the Inferno lots of fun to watch, especially when a second player can jump in and take part in the action. Two characters on screen sometimes feels crowded or confusing, but everything is generally handled well. The visual cues that you need during puzzle sequences are almost too obvious for experienced players, but this is probably not a game that will appeal beyond fans of the show's 6-11 year old demographic. Even for tween gamers that may only be passing fans of the show, there is solid gameplay here for anyone that enjoys action/platforming titles."