With James Cameron's self-professed magnum opus hitting the big screen, you too can stage your very own intergalactic Cowboys and Indians stand-off with Avatar: The Game. Following events from the upcoming movie, you will explore the alien planet called Pandora and get thrown into the middle of the conflict between the indigenous Na'vi people and the colonising RDA Corporation.
The Na'vi have lived on Pandora since time began, and have co-existed with all the other wonderful life forms that the planet offers. It is when the RDA arrive to seek Pandora's valuable natural resources that war breaks out, and it is up to you to fight for the heart of the planet and save the Na'vi from annihilation.
But it's not that simple, as an ex-Marine yourself, there are conflicts of conscience that your character suffers as he is torn between his own survival with the RDA or that of the Na'vi, who are being forced out of their indigenous homes. Whichever cause you choose, there are benefits as you learn new skills and obtain unique weapons - but this is coupled with the moral drawbacks you experience as you notice what's happening to the other side.
With a story and premise that reflects the deep cultural messages of the movie, James Cameron's Avatar: The Game will immerse you in those messages and provide a striking moral connection with the player.