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141 ratings

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Good movie, Bad game

posted by BillSmurf (CASPER, WY) Dec 4, 2008

Member since Jul 2008

Wall-e is not a very good game. The only good thing is the story and the graphics, which are good for the psp. What is bad, well anything to do with the game play. There are many unclear obstacles and missions(stuff like follow Eve). There are no enemies in the first part of the game! The game just isn't fun. If you want to have anything to do with Wall-e, watch the movie, but don't play the game.

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Poor controls

posted by Hexxus (PORTLAND, OR) Jul 14, 2008

Member since Jan 2008

2 out of 3 gamers (67%) found this review helpful

This is one of those video games in which you have to try again and again to make a jump; not my idea of a fun video game. Would only suggest this game right after you see the movie, otherwise you probably won't have the patience.

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Above Average

Cute but frustrating

posted by gators9606 (CORAL SPRINGS, FL) Jul 4, 2008

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Member since Dec 2006

7 out of 8 gamers (88%) found this review helpful

WALL-E has great graphics and follows the characters from the movie pretty well to appeal to fans of the hit movie. However, THQ has a bad habit of making games that annoy the player more than entertain. As usual, there's lots of repetitive destroying of crates for laser and heath recharge, lots of obstacle courses to explore, but when they get into the must perform specific tasks exactly correct to pass without an option to skip, it can frustrate both players and their parents as well. Wall-E controls on a PSP is limited and making running jumps that if missed cause death and level restart until you master it is a real time waster and auto save checkpoints on such areas should be more frequent or at least give the option for various levels of difficulty. THQ rests too much on the draw of the character and graphics than making the game user friendly with better options.

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