Avatar: The Last Airbender - Into the Inferno

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Avatar: The Last Airbender - Into the Inferno
Developer(s)THQ
Publisher(s)THQ
Seriesgh
Platform(s)Nintendo DS, Wii, PlayStation 2
Release13 October 2008 (USA)
30 October 2008 (AUS)
31 October 2008 (NZ)[1]
31 October 2008 (UK)[2]
4 December 2008 (JP)
Genre(s)Action, Adventure

Avatar: The Last Airbender – Into the Inferno (known as Avatar: The Legend of Aang — Into the Inferno in Europe) is a video game based on the Nickelodeon animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender. The game's setting is based upon the show's third season. The game was released on 13 October 2008 in North America and on 1 November 2008 in Europe.[3] An Xbox 360 version was released on 31 October 2008 in Europe.[4]

Gameplay[change | change source]

Gameplay styles vary on different platforms. In the Nintendo DS version, the characters have very large heads, giving the game a cartoonish, or chibi, feel. One of the DS screenshots show that Katara's ice bridge ability will return from the previous games. Sokka's boomerang is used to break hard to reach objects or to solve puzzles; it has been discovered (from the screenshots) that the player draws a path for the boomerang to follow. Toph can earthbend small platforms to get over gaps with spikes.

On the Wii version there's a totally new way to play. Fire, rocks and water can all be picked up by holidng the B button and are guided using the Wii remote provided there is a nearby source. Aang can form an "air ball" (sphere of high winds) to break down obstacles and blow away objects by making a circle with the Wii Remote. Toph can lift up Earth and throw it, pull earth out of walls and lift it up to make pillars. Katara can bend water to put out fires and can freeze it into a block by shaking the nunchuck. Ice can also be pulled out of water falls ice pillars can be made. Zuko can guide fire and burn things. Aang is unique, in that he can bend all four elements, although he only fights using Airbending. Sokka however throws his boomerang when the B button is pressed and uses the Wii remote to aim.

Playable Characters and Bosses[change | change source]

Playable[change | change source]

Bosses[change | change source]

  • General Mung
  • Azula's Dai Li agents
  • Ty Lee and Azula
  • Combustion Man (Sparky Sparky Boom Man)
  • Fire Lord Azula
  • Phoenix King Ozai

Playable Levels[change | change source]

Levels for DS[change | change source]

  • The Awakening
  • The Arms Factory
  • The Runaway
  • The Puppet Master
  • The Invasion
  • The Secret Bunker
  • Combustion Man
  • Sun Warrior Ruins
  • The Boiling Rock
  • Airship Sabotage
  • Fire Lord Azula
  • Phoenix King Ozai

Levels for Wii/PS2[change | change source]

  • The Awakening
  • The Arms Factory
  • Pier Fight
  • The Day of Black Sun
  • Fire Lord in Hiding
  • The Boiling Rock
  • Escape
  • The Mercenary
  • The Western Air Temple
  • Rise of the Phoenix King
  • Into the Inferno

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