The film follows Aang and his journey to the North Pole to find a Waterbending master to teach him the ancient craft. However, the video game is uniquely told from the perspective of the antagonist Zuko. Zuko was exiled from Fire Nation and tries to capture the Avatar, a.k.a. Aang, to get back in his father's good graces.
Players will be challenged to master their "bending" skills as Aang, Katara, Haru, or Sokka, each with their own trademark weapon and unique fighting style. Using the Wii Remote and Nunchuk, players will battle it out in hand-to-hand combat, and learn how to manipulate air and fire into forces such as Air Vortexes, Tornadoes, Fire Balls, and Fire Bombs.
Watch the trailers for both the game and the movie below and check out all the action that's in store for fans of the series.The Last Airbender video game will be available this June, while The Last Airbender movie opens nationwide on July 2.