James Cameron's Avatar: The Game Review
Dang Ben this is the most depressing review I think I have ever heard from you. It just sounded so...sad. But yeah, I usually tend to ignore games based off of movies. Not that they will be bad, but I just like a brand new experience. I'm neither surprised nor affected by the score not in the least bit. Hope the movie turns out great though!
Last edited by just2skillf00l on 12/16/2009 12:10:31 AM
Yeah I get the gist from reading a few of the ps2 reviews. To use the word atrocious in a review says a lot. But hey, with the good quality of games being released as of late on the PS3 (with exceptions of course), reviews tend to seem less atrocious.
I watched a video of the game and it looked as ordinary as anything I'd ever seen. Got bored halfway through. As far as the movie, about ten years ago I reached the point where I'd seen enough CGI to last me a lifetime. Good grief. Oh, and the plot - the bad humans come and mess things up for the nice aliens, who live in harmony with nature!!! Oh puh-leeze, gag me with a spoon.
I kinda agree about the film, everyone's been singing praises for it, the trailer LOOKS good from a visual standpoint. Excellent integration of live action and cgi, but the story itself... I dunno, felt like I'd already seen the movie before.
Doesn't seem very original, actually seems rather predictable. But I'm sure I'll be dragged to it anyways. lol, I'll try to keep an open mind.
On no doubt the man has directed some fantastic movies, even Titanic was decent. But I just feel like the story of Avatar won't really do anything new.
I mean from the 3 minute trailer that's out on the PSN you can tell the entire plot. Don't get me wrong, I'm sure it'll be fun, just not very deep. I guess I'll find out this weekend.