Thursday, January 6, 2011

James Cameron's Avatar: The Game - Repack - Mediafire

James Cameron's Avatar: The Game

Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: Ubisoft
Genre: Action
Release Date: Dec 01, 2009 (US)(more)
ESRB Descriptors: Mild Language, Violence, Animated Blood, Mild Suggestive Themes

Bigger doesn't mean better. Developer Ubisoft Montreal disregarded this mantra when creating James Cameron's Avatar, delivering a mediocre game loaded with unnecessary padding, rather than a tight and enjoyable package that could have gotten players excited about the upcoming film of the same name. In fact, if you're eagerly anticipating the upcoming Avatar movie, it's probably best that you avoid this bland and overlong third-person shooter altogether, because there's nothing fantastical or compelling about its story or characters. That isn't to say that Avatar is all bad. A branching story featuring two disparate factions makes this a two-games-in-one experience, so if you like wringing the last drop out of your $50, the single-player campaign might keep you busy for 15 hours or so. Unfortunately, while a few of those hours are entertaining, Avatar's action is too bland and tedious to justify the game's length, and a variety of bugs and bizarre design elements put a further damper on the fun.

Those flying bots will explode if you let them get too close.
Avatar takes place on the planet Pandora, which the human-controlled Resources Development Administration (RDA) is stripping of its resources--much to the dismay of Pandora's indigenous population, the blue-skinned Na'vi. Meanwhile, the RDA has established a way of transferring a human's consciousness into an artificially created human/Na'vi hybrid called an avatar. You play as Ryder, an RDA operative who soon finds himself (or herself, if you choose a female persona) in over his head as he discovers the consequences of the RDA's destructive presence on Pandora. About an hour into the campaign, you'll be faced with a choice: side with the RDA, or live as an avatar and take your chances with the Na'vi. Yet no matter which path you meander down, you'll meet a series of unmemorable characters, played by unexceptional voice actors who deliver their poorly written lines without a trace of enthusiasm or urgency.

More disappointingly, the game assumes a familiarity with the nature of avatars. Cutscenes are abrupt, and moments that should carry weight, such as the first time you enter the body of your giant blue avatar, are presented without a shred of wonder. Your own character embraces that same matter-of-fact approach, reciting the dialogue in monotone, even as events unfold that would make most folks' jaws drop. With few exceptions, humans come across as resource-hungry simpletons, while the Na'vi are reduced to monosyllabic native stereotypes. And no matter which faction you align with, the flabby ending sequence will make you wonder why you bothered to see the story through. The blend of sci-fi and fantasy seems conceptually solid, but the ideas were given a treatment so cavalier that it's impossible to care about the fate of this world, of its people, and of your own character.

Minimum System Requirements:
CPU:3.2 Ghz Intel Pentium 4, 2.66 Ghz Intel Pentium D, AMD Athlon 64 3500+ or better
RAM:1 GB (2 GB minimum for Windows Vista and Windows 7)
VGA:256 MB DirectX 10.0-compliant video card or DirectX 9.0-compliant card with Shader Model 3.0 or higher, See supported List*
DX:DirectX 9.0 (included), DirectX 10
OS:Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 (only)
Sound:DirectX 9.0-compliant sound card
Network:128 kbps Broadband connection

Recommended System Requirements:
CPU:Intel Core 2 Duo Family, AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+, AMD Phenom or better
VGA:512 MB DirectX 10.0-compliant video card or DirectX 9.0-compliant card with Shader Model 3.0 or higher, See supported List*
DX:DirectX 9.0 (included), DirectX 10
OS:Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 (only)
Sound:DirectX 9.0-compliant 5.1 sound card
Network:256 kbps Broadband connection

Recommended peripheral: Windows-compliant mouse, keyboard, headset

Note: *SUPPORTED VIDEO CARDS AT TIME OF RELEASE: ATI® RADEON® 1650-1950 / HD 2000/3000/4000 series NVIDIA GeForce 200 series and 6800/7000/8000/9000 series * 8800M and 8700M laptop cards are supported. Other laptop versions of the cards listed above may work but are NOT supported. Laptop models of these cards may work but are not supported.



DJ NELO TEAM on 5/01/2011 9:03 AM said...

bro, part 4 is corrupt...i just download that part 2 times but it still corrupt...please reupload part 4 man?

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