Summary: Wall-e is a great film and one of my son's favorites for winding down before bedtime. This game captures plenty of Wall-e's assets, but little of it's charm. From a stylistic standpoint the game looks alright. it has the same art style as the film, something of a cartooned reality, and it opens with the same song the film does, though a different recording it's enough to make you smile. All the usual visuals are there and the sound effects are pretty good as well.
Summary: only problem with this item kept having to return it multiple times cause it kept arriving loose in sealed case. Game is definatly a kids game not a lot to do in game movie is better then the game thinking cheaper,but if you are a gamer and like disney stuff price was good go for it.
Summary: This game is a little boring when you first start but my 5 year old grandson started to like it after a while. It seems a little difficult for my 5, 7, and 8 year old grandchildren. I'm glad I got it for a very reduced price. It doesn't get played much.
Summary: My most advanced game system before my PS3 was a Super Nintendo, so I'm always amazed by the graphics. I bought Wall-E because I liked the demo that I downloaded from the PlayStation Store. Once you figure out the general routine of what to do in the game, most of the frustration goes away, but there are still parts that I had to do over and over, almost ad nauseum, before I made it through.