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Submitted by SUP3R 2375d ago | review

TheSixthAxis Review: Wall-E

Reviewed by nofi:

"Look at WALL-E his wide, sad-filled eyes staring longingly at you, his potential game-buying market, but are you too old for WALL-E? While Pixar films brilliantly cross the line between their intended audiences of both adults and children alike, this game (based on the movie's major moments) was only ever going to appeal to kids, and in that respect it probably succeeds, but the game isn't without its flaws." (PC, PS2, PS3, Wall-E, Wii, Xbox 360) 5/10

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