Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is a game that surpasses its progenitor title, Far Cry, with a beautiful presentation in a captivating world and tense combat, but which unfortunately, as has happened with recent gamer releases, arrives with technical problems that will certainly - we hope -, Ubisoft will resolve it.

Regardless, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is a great game! Players will feel like the characters in the film, as they run on Mach 5 through the forest, passing through trees that snake across this planet, as well as the famous rocks suspended in zero pregnancy. The title has a totally psychedelic look, which retro gamers will remember as Ecco the Dolphin.

From the screen to the small screen

If you watched the latest film by James Cameron, Avatar: The Path of Water, you will realize how great this adaptation is for the gamer universe. It is certainly one of the best feelings that players can have, as the title brings all the great density and variety of flora and fauna that exist in the film, and this is truly impressive.

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The sound part also stands out, with the score that changes the dynamics by presenting environmental sounds that accentuate – a lot – the natural sounds of the planet Pandora, to a pulsating drum with synthesizers during combat. The player practically “sees” this entire soundscape, which is also one of the great highlights of Cameron’s film.

Remember the mech suits from the first film? Exactly, they are here, and it will be with them that you will fight most of the time on Pandora, although sometimes the player will be supported by light infantry and air support.

But not only with mechanical suits can you adventure through the game, but mainly with a Na'Vi, and players will certainly feel 'super human', since when controlling the character, he will be able to run much faster, jump faster, in other words, super human agility. It's fantastic to move your character around the game.

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But the big highlight is that you can fly with your own Ikran. The feeling of lightness, freedom and being able to discover the planet is the same that the player has in the film. And if you haven't checked it out yet, don't worry because your experience won't be affected.

But unfortunately, as mentioned at the beginning of the review, the game has some bugs, such as rendering and, in addition, at times the player seems to be stuck in a ride simulator, as he doesn't stop walking. Even so, it's still a worthwhile game!

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora was played in the PC version PRAÇA. And it is also available for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. Thanks to Ubisoft for sending the game!


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