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If you’ve ever watched James Cameron’s Avatar films, you know Pandora is not your average, everyday destination. It’s a lush, otherworldly jungle filled with giant trees, floating mountains, and all sorts of weird and wonderful plant life. In “Frontiers of Pandora,” you play as a Na’vi – those tall, blue, cat-like creatures – and get ready to channel your inner Tarzan because you’ll be parkouring like nobody’s business.

Developer Massive Entertainment has introduced a jungle parkour system that’ll have you swinging from vines, jumping between tree branches, and navigating this wild landscape with the grace of a gymnast. Mirror’s Edge fans, you’ll feel right at home with this one!

Not only can you leap through the treetops, but you’ll have the chance to ride pterodactyl-like Ikran, which are basically Pandora’s version of flying horses. Oh, and you get to name yours! Carol, anyone?

Ladies and gentlemen, gamers and explorer extraordinaires, get ready to embark on a wild, alien adventure! We’ve got the inside scoop on “Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora,” and let us tell you, it’s not your typical run-of-the-mill open-world game. This game is like the delicious lovechild of Far Cry, Mirror’s Edge, and Horizon: Zero Dawn, with a dash of a sci-fi twist!

As you’d expect, things can get a little heated in Pandora, especially when dealing with those pesky human invaders. You can choose to be stealthy with your trusty Na’vi bow or go guns blazing with some modern RDA weapons. But don’t expect too much resistance from the AI; these guys aren’t the sharpest tools in the shed. We’re hoping for smarter bad guys in the full game.

And don’t worry, you’ll have to deal with those clumsy humans in their mech suits. Scan them, find their weak points, and blast them to kingdom come with your craftable arrows. It’s a bit like Horizon: Zero Dawn, but with more cat people and fewer robots.

When it comes to taking down these invaders, there’s a mix of traditional Na’vi weapons and modern RDA guns. You can switch between stealthy bows for covert missions or loud guns when all hell breaks loose. But in our demo, the enemies didn’t seem too bothered by their comrades dropping like flies right next to them. So, better AI is a must for the full game.

One exciting twist is how your interactions with nature are more significant. You’ll need to eat regularly to keep your health bar in check. Fruits and foraging are the name of the game, and picking them isn’t as simple as pressing a button; it’s more of a twist-and-turn affair. You can also hunt, but make sure to do it the honorable way with a bow; this is Pandora, not a shooting range.

Get ready for a stunning, detailed world that’s a feast for the eyes. And when you spot something you want, be ready for a treasure hunt because Pandora doesn’t give away its secrets that easily.

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