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Submitted by Syko 2576d ago | review

TheState Review: 'Wall-E'

TheState Writes: "We've come to expect a certain measure of well-intentioned prosaicness from Pixar-branded video games, which typically blend together some concoction of fan service and gameplay that is, depending on your level if cynicism, either tried and true or tired and trite.

"Wall-E" doesn't exactly rock this boat, delivering a mostly unimaginative but generally fun experience that's subject both to moments of technical bewilderment and moments of surprising ingenuity.

"Wall-E" pits you in two-and-a-half roles, allowing you to play as Wall-E (the junker bot) in some levels, Eve (the slick white robot) in others, and a third arrangement that won't be detailed here for spoiler purposes. Gameplay consists primarily of platforming and puzzle-solving during the Wall-E levels and third-person shooting and flight missions in the Eve levels." (Nintendo DS, PC, PS2, PS3, PSP, Wall-E, Wii, Xbox 360) -

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