Submitted by vasilisk 2648d ago | review

Gaming Age Review: Wall-E

Gaming Age writes: "If you haven't managed to see Wall-E yet, do yourself a service and check out Pixar's best work to date. It's an absolutely loveable film, perfect for all ages, and just a great piece of art to check out on the big screen.
That said, I wasn't expecting much good to come out of the video game releases of Wall-E, since most of the Pixar game titles have been pretty bad, but for the most part the various developers have done a decent job of capturing a little bit of the movie magic.

Grade: PS3, 360 - C+
Grade: DS - B-
Grade: PSP - D+
Grade: PS2, Wii - C (Nintendo DS, PS2, PS3, PSP, Wall-E, Wii, Xbox 360) -

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