Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora
Native PS5 application
December 7, 2023
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Open world action adventure game
Play as a Na’vi, one of the blue-skinned inhabitants of Pandora
Character creation system available
'Guided' mode marks objectives
'Exploration' mode for finding objectives oneself
Three difficulty settings
Three regions, each ruled by a different clan
Requires strategic gameplay
Visuals and performance on PlayStation 5 are good
No bugs encountered
Authentic Avatar world
Similar to previous Far Cry games
Limited enemy types and weapons
Game can get repetitive
Requires a lot of leveling up
No traditional XP leveling system
Gameplay largely involves shooting arrows at mechs
Stealth approach often impractical
Hacking tool puzzles lack variety
Map too big and mostly empty
Frequent texture pop-ins
Game traplay lacks variety
Ubisoft did an incredible job bringing Pandora to life
Offers a separate storyline from mainline Avatar
Player can forge own identity within Na'vi people
Thrilling conversations, asides, side-quests
Huge map full of realistic, obtainable objectives
James Cameron’s environmental message handled with nuance
Crafting and survival systems are central to progression
One can explore, search, and forage
Gameplay makes player feel at one with the world
Involving combat sequences
Can be played entirely in co-op with cross-platform connectivity
Realistic dynamics with plant life
Involves building relationships and gathering the support of tribes
Exploration and discovery are key elements
Player actions have a major effect on the game world
Human/Na'vi programme is about training Na'vi to be soldiers
Some quests are petty squabbles or family disputes
Freedom can be overwhelming
Game forces you to manually place way points
Can feel like a repackaging of Far Cry or Rage 2
Has enchanting open-worlds on PS5.
Interpretation was successful.
Receives attention to detail for lore.
Exciting free-roaming experience.
One of the best-looking games on PS5.
Impressive level of detail and density of foliage.
Good sound design.
Fun bow combat.
Innovative crafting system.
Smart incentive for players to clear the map.
Great level of detail for Avatar fans.
Exemplary DualSense implementation.
Story goes as expected.
Lack of enemy variety.
Some side activities felt fruitless.
Possible difficulty in navigation with Exploration setting.
Some parts of the soundtrack didn't hit.
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