Summary: My son and I both like this game although I feel the PS3 version is better. I bought this because I am a Wall-E fan and a bit of a collector of the Wall-E memorabilia so I wanted to get this for my DS and also purchased it for my PS3. The DS version does not seem as artistically detailed or as immersive as it's PS3 counterpart but it's portable and honestly I like it because it still features Wall-E so it's adorable all the same.
Summary: Its for a DS so what can you expect great for what it is, but we also bought the Wii version which is being played every day. Where as this version (the DS version) has only gotten play a few times. Its great for those long car rides.
Summary: This was one of the first games that I chose to get for my 5 year old son to play on his ds. He has about 15 games now and WALL-E is still his favorite. Him and I have such a blast taking turns and its very easy for him to understand as well. Great purchase on such a great game.
Summary: I saw the low reviews here before I started playing the game so I didn't have high expectations. However, after playing it last night, I really don't understand the poor reviews. Wall-E is a fun and challenging puzzle game. I think this is a wonderful game to make kids think and learn to problem solve. Maybe the graphics are not top notch, but for a tiny DS screen, it's effective. Not worth $30, but for $15 a great game.