Summary: I bought this used, but still sealed, for £15, and I'd say that's the price you should pay, no more than that. This is a fun little game, and Wall E is very cute, but I find it quite monotonous. You have to travel around and get across obstacles - more obstacles appear as you get further in, but it's still all much the same. Saying that, I did get stuck on a few occasions and couldn't figure out what to do next!
Summary: The film was amazing, but how does this game compare? It is rather good on the DS, as it is 3D and the graphics are great. However, The gameplay is rather childish and is made for a younger audience so tasks are menial and somewhat boring and feels like a chore. I am sure it is a great adventure game, but it takes too long to get through the tutorial and into the real action.
Summary: Looking at this from my point of view it was fairly linear and none too challenging. Looking at it through the eyes of the intended audience it had charm and stimulated the imagination. It is a game aimed at a younger audience and does well for the intended market.
Summary: Wall E is such a fantastic movie that we expected the game to be just as cute, just as fun. Steering the little guy from start to finish of each level, working his way round simple obstacles and moving walkways from a 3D overhead viewpoint was fun - for a short while. Our 5 yr old found it quick to understand and completed the first couple of levels within ten minutes. It was nice to find a game that was not heavily centered around reading a lot of initial text too.