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Submitted by vasilisk 2577d ago | preview

Destructoid's Hands-on impressions: WALL•E

Destructoid's Samit Sarkar writes:

"After last night, THQ, I officially give you free reign to wine and dine me anytime. You see, I headed out to the New York Hall of Science in Flushing yesterday for THQ's WALL•E event, and I had a great time. THQ held the event because they're publishing a movie tie-in videogame for the upcoming Disney/Pixar animated film WALL•E, a movie that I've been very, very excited about for a long, long time." (Nintendo DS, PC, PS2, PS3, PSP, Wall-E, Wii, Xbox 360)

Violater  +   2577d ago
EEEWWWW
Those had better be screens from the PS2 version
ItsDubC  +   2576d ago
Would you still buy it if they looked much better?

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