WALL-E Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
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|1UP||D-||Jul 09 '08|
|GameDaily||7/10||Jun 26 '08|
|GameSpot||6/10||Jul 03 '08|
|GameZone||6.3/10||Jul 02 '08|
|Strategy Informer||4.7/10||Aug 05 '08|
|Worthplaying||6.5/10||Aug 20 '08|
|Gamespy||2/5||Jul 07 '08|
|IGN 360||4.5/10||Jul 02 '08|
|Team Xbox||5.2/10||Jun 27 '08|
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|GameDaily||Apr 30 '08|
|GameZone||May 29 '08|
|Team Xbox||Apr 07 '08|
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"The bottom line is that Wall-E isn't bad for a movie-licensed game. Yet, it doesn't do anything to extend its appeal outside of fans of the film and children. However, it should please them with its multiplayer games and fun platforming segments. You'll be fine as long as you don't expect anything extraordinar-e."
"Overall Wall.E is a decent movie-license game that fans of the movie (mostly children) will love. The main problem is that the developers really didnt do anything to make this game stand out from other platform games and it isnt deep enough to keep older gamers coming back. In the end this game ends up being for a younger gaming audience who are fans of the movie."
"It's the same old story; rent Wall-E to keep the kids entertained during half time. You'll be safe in the knowledge that the bright colours and child-friendly plot will keep them captivated. There's no point looking at it from a hardcore perspective, as it was never meant to be. Average in every respect and woefully proud of it. It's a rent at best, but easily avoidable. Save your money and see the film."