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The Limited Edition Game Will Include an Exclusive Mattel Avatar Action Figure

SAN FRANCISCO  September 17, 2009  Ubisoft announced today that its James Cameron's Avatar(TM): The Game Limited Edition will feature an exclusive Avatar action figure from Mattel. Two exclusive figures, Avatar Jake Sully and Na'vi Warrior Tsu'Tey, are only available by purchasing the Limited Edition Ubisoft game. James Cameron's Avatar: The Game Limited Edition will ship to select stores this holiday for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system and the Wii(TM) system from Nintendo.

The Xbox 360 and PLAYSTATION 3 Limited Editions will include an action figure of the movie's lead character, Jake Sully. The 6-inch Jake action figure will depict him as an Avatar and will come packed ready for action with RDA-issued fatigues, RDA authentic and detachable backpack, as well as an RDA-issued high powered rifle. The RDA (Resource Development Agency) is an Earth-based corporate entity that oversees the strip mining of Pandora's resources.

The Wii(TM) Limited Edition will include a 4-inch Na'vi Warrior Tsu'Tey action figure, featuring glow in the dark luminescent "skin, as well as an authentic bow and arrow accessory. Tsu'Tey is the crown prince of the Na'vi.

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