Aang never gets a rest, does he? The little baldy had two games released in 2007, but does he get 2008 off? No chance. He's right back into the thick of it with Into the Inferno.
For the uninitiated, Avatar: The Legend of Aang spins out of the Nickelodeon cartoon series of the same name. It stars (wait for it...) Aang, a youngster who lives in a world divided into four nations: the Water Tribes, the Earth Kingdom, the Air Nomads, and the Fire Nation. Each of these nations is home to benders those able to manipulate their nation's element. Into every generation, however, is born someone who can bend all four elements. Enter Aang, some martial arts and the game mechanic that sets Into the Inferno apart from other adventure brawlers.
Into the Inferno roughly follows the events of the third series, in which Aang's trying to take out the Fire Lord once and for all. The action takes the form of brawling, with a slice of puzzle-solving thrown in. Players can switch between two pre-determined players as they make their way through each of the 11 missions, using each character's unique bending abilities to get through the various fights and conundrums that come their way.