Platform: Playstation 3, Xbox 360, PC DVD, Ninendo Wii, PSP, Nintendo DS
Release date: December 4
James Cameron is a director who has become renowned for pushing the limits of technology in his films ('The Abyss', 'Terminator 2' and countless more) and with 'Avatar' he has turned cinema into a hot launching pad for 3D interactive artforms.
It's only natural that a video game adaptation would have as much vibrancy and originality. Create your own character and fight between two warring worlds with an assortment of weapons at your disposal, or just stand around and praise the jaw dropping visuals. Either way, 'Avatar' is a feast for the senses that shouldn't be denied.
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