James Cameron's Avatar: The Game Previews - DS

Game Description:Based on the highly anticipated movie, the game throws player into the beautiful yet dangerous Pandora, an alien world on the verge of war. Join the planet's indigenous race, the Na'vi, or the power-hungry RDA Corporation as both sides fight for survival and the fate of Pandora. Experience the stunningly original world of Avatar on foot, in vehicles or on the backs of animals, and customize your character through upgrades and weapons building.
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    Animation Director Brent George gives us a preview of 'James Cameron's Avatar: The Game' including how the game ties into the movie and an overview of the game's storyline and gameplay elements. Plus, hear about the use of 3D technology in 'Avatar'.

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