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Wall-E - Xbox 360

by THQ
Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Everyone

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  • Re-live some of the movie's most thrilling moments
  • Enjoy new storylines and explore massive environments not seen in the film
  • Play as WALL E and EVE as you interact with a multitude of robots & characters
  • WALL E compacts trash to create powerful cubes and uses them to alter the environment, solve puzzles and defeat enemies
  • EVE has fast-flying action and exploration with shooter-flight game play
1 new from CDN$ 65.99 4 used from CDN$ 15.00

Game Information

  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
For Fans of the Movie Jan. 25 2010
By Cliff Speed - Published on
I am 28 years old and my girlfriend is 25, but if you were to watch us huddle together and smile our way through this charming little game, you'd swear that we were a pair of elementary school kids. In my opinion, Wall-E is a special kind of movie that almost anyone can sit down and enjoy if they allow themselves to.
That being said, when we picked up a copy of Wall-E the video game we weren't expecting a mind-blowing, revolutionary gaming experience. We just wanted to have some laid-back fun zipping around the decks of the Axiom causing mischief, and that's exactly what we got. I'm not sure why some people review this game as if they were expecting the next Bioshock or Fallout. The price tag and style of Wall-E liken it more to an X-Box Live Arcade game, and when viewed in that light, Wall-E is a really good game.
What's really important is that Wall-E the video game has preserved the heart and personality of Wall-E the movie. Much like the way I felt about Ghostbusters the video game, you can nitpick the gameplay all you want, it may not be perfect but doesn't the feeling of being in a familiar and beloved world overshadow those shortcomings? Doesn't anyone remember playing movie-based games on the original Nintendo? Where the relationship between the game and the movie rarely went farther than the name on the cartridge? I think we're a bit spoiled these days.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Daughter Loves It Nov. 23 2009
By Adam B. Castillo - Published on
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I bought this for my 5 year old daughter and she loves it. A few of the parts of the game are kind of difficult for a child, but other than that it's a great way to keep the kids occupied for a while.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A Delightful Sermon Jan. 28 2013
By Gil Forbes - Published on
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It's probably the most enjoyable lecture on ecology I have received. It's a heart warming story while showing a world where careless stewardship leads as a warning to those of us who are recovering litter bugs not to return to our despicable ways.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Wall-E Oct. 27 2009
By lizzy - Published on
this game is fun. some parts are a little challenging. other parts are pretty easy.
Wall E xbox 360 June 19 2014
By Nicholas Pizzica - Published on
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Great deal, enjoyed playing with my grandson. Hope another game comes out or something similiar. Hard to find kid games that adults feel like playing.