is yet another in the endless list of examples why video game tie-ins are generally a bad idea. The best you can say is that in cynical business marketing terms, those involved can usually count on squeezing a few extra bucks out of the franchise, no questions asked as to the particular...
Pros: Uh…it pays unconvincing lip service to environmental issues?
Cons: The game is boring., No challenge involved, even for the youngest of gamers., Dull and boring graphics.
Excerpt: Last weekend Editor in Chief Kirby Y and I took our daughters to see WALL•E at one of our local movie theaters. While the kids are still a little too young to fully appreciate the movie, us dads were quite impressed.
Conclusion: WALL-E looks like it is shaping up to be a great family game. I can imagine families sitting down and playing through this game together, and hopefully it will provide a great experience for families with young children.
Conclusion: Anyone, from kids to adults, can pick up and play this title; it’s fairly easy to get through it, despite some challenging levels that require more platforming skills. The story is charming but ironic at the same time.
Summary: Lousy. That's a good word to sum up this game. After a couple of hours of play we made a note: 'boring, we're just walking around picking up blocks and throwing them'. After a few more hours play we were still doing the same thing.
Excerpt: Graphics & Sound: I'm sure you've at least seen ads for Disney-Pixar's latest movie Wall-E . Well the folks at THQ were nice enough to give us a game based off of the movie to extend our experiences with the adorable Wall-E.
Summary: Players will take control of WALL-E and EVE through a fast-paced adventure based on the upcoming Disney/Pixar film. The game will allow fans to relive some of the movie’s most thrilling moments as they explore 10 worlds filled with non-stop action and adventure, along with head-to-head multiplayer...