News: Coming exclusively to the Wii and DS.
THQ has announced they will be bringing a game adaptation of Nickelodeon's The Last Airbender to the DS and Wii. Based on the M. Night Shyamalan-directed film (which is itself based on the "Avatar: The Last Airbender animated series), the game will be available this June.
Offering three playable characters, The Last Airbender: The Game will expand greatly on the storyline found in The Last Airbender: The Movie:
The Last Airbender video game revisits captivating, climactic scenes from the film while providing the player a much more indepth experience. The game is told from the unique perspective of the antagonist Zuko, exiled prince of the Fire Nation, who embarks on a personal quest to capture the Avatar, a young boy named Aang, in order to regain his father's honor. Players will be able to embody three playable characters ? Aang, Zuko and the Blue Spirit ? and participate in epic battles, hand-to-hand combat and various intense challenges throughout the game. Utilizing the Wii Remote and Nunchuk, players will discover and master their bending powers by performing special hand movements that are specific to their character's abilities. The interactive, action adventure game, will allow players to learn how to manipulate air and fire, creating destructive forces such as Air Vortexes, Tornadoes, Fire Balls, and Fire Bombs, to take down enemies and progress through the game in order to fulfill their destiny.
?Through its thrilling storylines and distinctive characters, Avatar: The Last Airbender has built an enthusiastic fan base, and there is incredible anticipation building for the theatrical release,? said Manuel Torres, Senior Vice President, Global Toys, Video Games & Consumer Electronics Nickelodeon & Viacom Consumer Products. ?Fans will be able to master their bending skills and relive action-packed scenes from the movie, playing as either Aang, or through the unique perspective of the antagonist, Zuko.?
?The Last Airbender video game boasts original gameplay elements that create an experience never previously seen before on the Wii system,? said Doug Clemmer, Executive Vice President of THQ's Kids, Family & Casual Games. ?The artistic in-game graphics and dynamic combat were designed to fully engage players, while providing an exhilarating and interactive gaming moment.?
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