Presently, an evaluation of Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is in progress: A commendable far cry that is riddled with flaws.

My experience with Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora pre-release has been inconsistent, to put it mildly, even though I received an early copy of the game late last week: 

Getting any meaningful time with Frontiers of Pandora has become quite tough due to full-on system crashes, subpar performance, 

strange progress-erasing interface problems (specifically, a constantly grayed out "continue" button that only functions when the game is removed and then relaunched).  

After all, I've managed to put in about a dozen hours in Pandora's Western Frontier, and even though I have a lot of criticisms regarding Ubisoft's adaptation of the Avatar universe and performance in general. 

I have high hopes for this to be the greatest Far Cry game the company has ever released. 

Similar to Far Cry, the main way to obtain unique ammo and crafting components for new equipment is through resource collecting; 

however, Frontiers of Pandora adds an ecologically sensitive element to what would otherwise be a purely extractive 

Higher grade resources can be added to the community baskets at the different Na'vi clan home trees by swiftly killing a deer or carefully harvesting its fruit. 

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