Excerpt: I have to admit that I’ve played a lot of so called awful film licences over the years and have rather enjoyed them. But not so for WALL-E, a below average game (though not without its highpoints) based on the critically acclaimed Pixar film of the same name.
Conclusion: And then there are spots where the graphics engineering is seriously lacking, such as one room with a shiny wall. If you move up close to the wall, you can see the parts of the room accurately rendered in the wall surface.
Conclusion: Some extras in the game include multiplayer areas, cheats, concept art and level selection but you'll rarely need to use any of these, except level select. NOTE : Cheats DO disable achievements, so don't use them. This review was done by me, Phuture 909, for TrueAchievements.com.
Excerpt: Did someone take a boot to the arse of movie-tie in developers recently or are these games actually, ever so slowly, getting better? Wall-E , hold on to your hats, is another smart and challenging kids title, making the most of its source material in what is a fun and charming experience.
Excerpt: What is it? WALL.E is an action platformer based on the Disney Pixar movie of the same name. You play as the trash crushing robot WALL.E and are joined by the egg-shaped EVE. WALL.E sections play as a cross between traditional platform gameplay and third-person shooter action.
Excerpt: Some people may wonder why THQ would release Wall-E on the Sony Playstation 2. The simple answer is there are over one hundred million units sold world wide, and some months the PS2 sells almost as much as the PS3. The PS2 version is drastically different from the PS3 version.
Conclusion: It’s the same old story; rent Wall-E to keep the kids entertained during half time. You’ll be safe in the knowledge that the bright colours and child-friendly plot will keep them captivated. There’s no point looking at it from a hardcore perspective, as it was never meant to be.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Wall E was a very solid movie to watch. It had so much going for it being cute and close to the heart. The movie, with its great looks and animations, was tipped to translate into a rather good looking game to say the least.
Summary: For those of you looking for a recap of my review, I’m sorry to disappoint you, but I can sum this up pretty quickly:
is not the worst licensed game I’ve ever played, but it's far from being one of the better Pixar adaptations.
Pros: Won’t spoil the story?, Plenty of extras to unlock., Mildly enjoyable multiplayer.