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Submitted by Relin 2437d ago | review

TGR Review: WALL- E

TGR - "In this industry, there are two types of games that you can safely bet on supplying poor quality: ones that tie in with the release of a feature film, and ones aimed primarily at children. WALL-E is both of those, so don't get too surprised when I tell you that the experience is less than average. The title has rushed, uninspired design etched all over the disc, with extremely shallow gameplay better suited for an actual robot to partake in rather than a human. WALL-E certainly does show up, and stumbles through all the usual hoops, but does little to entice you to stick around for the whole performance." (Nintendo DS, PC, PS2, PS3, PSP, Wall-E, Wii, Xbox 360) 5/10

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