Title: The legend of Korra
Platform: Steam, Windows, PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360
Reviewed on: Windows
Players: Single player
Written by Bad Demoman 27th October 2014
Fans of the Avatar Universe have waited a long time for a good Avatar game. The Last Airbender was plagued with some pretty terrible shovelware, one of which was infamous as a game bought only for the gamerscore you could get on your Xbox Live profile through it. With the new series, The Legend of Korra already on its final season, we're finally seeing some games based on it. The first to be released, simply titled “The Legend of Korra”, seems extremely promising – a hack-
The plot of the game takes place between Book 2 and Book 3 of the series. After a pro-
At the start of game, you're given a short introduction where you have access to every single bending style at their most powerful, with a massive wave of enemies to test your powers on. Its a nice introduction to the game, making you feel powerful, and the styles flow well into each other. Unfortunately, all of your styles are shortly after taken from you. I really hate when games do this. I understand why it might seem like a good idea – give the player a taste of power to make them anticipate becoming that powerful later in the game. However, what it ends up achieving instead is making the start of the game, where you are weak and nigh-
After finishing the game, Extreme Difficulty and Pro-
Legend of Korra is a disappointing game. Fans probably won't be getting the great Avatar game they've been hoping for all these years, but the game is especially disappointing to me as a fan of Platinum Games, as I know they can do so much better than this. I can only assume that this title was rushed, and possibly developed by a B-
Fun combat later into the game, when more styles are available.
Lack of variety in enemies and environments,
Combat isn't nearly as fun early on.
Legend of Korra gets a 5 out of 10.