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Submitted by Syko 2229d ago | review

GamersInfo Review: Wall-E

GI.net: "Poor little Wall-E; he never had much of a chance. As a baby-bot, he got the short end of the robot opportunities stick and was delegated to collecting trash. Adding insult to injury, he's forced to navigate his way through mountains of compactable trash for your enjoyment ... and it's not even that fun.

Based on the 2008 Pixar film, Wall-E is an animated commentary on modern overconsumption. Years of unrecycled waste leaves Earth a toxic wasteland, forcing humans to migrate into space. The corporation creates a plan to clean the Earth using robots while humans are vacationing among the stars. These Wall-E robots do their best, but at the end of the five year deadline, Earth is still a pit.

Fast-forward 700 years, and humans are still hanging out in spaceships. Due to inactivity, they become immobile fatties who rely on robots for everything. On Earth, one lonely robot is still collecting trash. Wall-E is doing just that when I meet him for the first time." (Nintendo DS, Wall-E) -

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