[Video Game Review] The Legend of Korra

By Melissa Platero, CCNN Writer

Legend of Korra image
Surprisingly, riding a polar bear dog is the most boring part of the game.

Nickelodeon’s The Legend of Korra is an incredible animated series, but its video game adaptation is a major disappointment, with a boring storyline, punishing difficulty, and awkward level design.

Like its TV inspiration, The Legend of Korra video game follows 17-year-old Korra, who can bend the four elements of earth, water, air, and fire as the reincarnated “Avatar”.

Unlike the award-winning show, with its emotional voice acting, engaging characters, and exciting plot, this dull third-person action game is just a repetitive slog, as Korra tries to get her powers back from the evil villain Hundun.

You’ll basically wander through unimaginative and narrow environments, fighting through frustratingly difficult arena-like battles against swarms of baddies.

When you’re not being punished by awkward combat mechanics, you’ll be forced into mind-numbing minigames, like riding on Korra’s polar bear dog Naga through collectible-filled tunnels.

As a huge fan of the show, I was very disappointed by this game, which manages to make the 4 to 6 hours it takes to beat it feel way too long. So, our final verdict? We give this game a “D”.

Images courtesy of Platinum Games.

A fantastic communication and writing ability are really valuable due to the simple fact that the research paper has to

To begin

A research paper einpresswire.com writer has to be able to do so without going into much details and making it overly complex for the readers.

with you will need to understand your personal preferences, and this will help you to create an article that meets your own personal requirements.

be shown in a very clear, concise, and easy-to-understand manner.