Submitted by Cyrus365 2613d ago | review

Avid Gamer: Wall-E DS Review

Avid Gamer writes: "Wall-E for the Nintendo DS is yet another movie 'port' that entered the world of gaming purely for the sake of it. Ever since the moment that some corporate executive realised that merchandise was good, and that kids loved videogames, there have been game-adaptations of movies. These games don't exist to push the boundaries of gaming, or set new highs within a genre. These games exist simply because the movie does. We can pray that the developers will actually try and make it enjoyable, but prayers often go un-heard.

The various iterations of the Wall E have gotten mixed reviews, but over-all the console version was considered under-par as best. The Nintendo DS doesn't fair any better. The kids may or may not like it, but as a game it's a bit 'simple'." (Nintendo DS, Wall-E) 6/10

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