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James Cameron hasn't made a film for well over a decade now, but with his deep sea exploration sabatical out of the way, one of Hollywood's most celebrated names is set to return this winter with the mysterious Avatar. We don't know much about the film, other than that it's about aliens and will be created using advanced 3D, but we have been treated to a sneak peak of Ubisoft's game; crafted alongside Cameron himself.
This may be a game based on a (expensively acquired) movie license, but that isn't to say that Ubisoft Montreal have been cutting corners. Quite the opposite in fact, the firm having embraced Cameron's three-dimensional vision in some style. Two version of Avatar are crafted for the PS3 and Xbox 360, one 'standard' version (that still looks lovely) and one quite astonishing 3D version, that works using Proclaimers-like 3D glasses.
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