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Wall-E is yet another blockbuster hit for Disney Pixar. The Wall-E PSP (Playstation Portable) video game follows the exploits of the little robot on his trek across the stars. Buy and Large is a mega corporation who have advertisements going all the time. The player gets to compact trash, jump, shoot a laser beam, and roll around to progress through the video game. THQ made sure they included wonderful atmosphere for this portable movie based video game.

The visuals in Wall-E are really nice. In fact the graphics in the PSP version are very similar to the Sony Playstation 2 version. The whole tune up level to teach the player how to play the game was brilliant. Like the other Wall-E video games this one also starts out on earth in the trash heap. The graphics look great after that. Wall-E does have his own laser and does not hesitate to get destructive with it. There are explosions as crates are broken, and other obstacles are forcible removed.

The music has to be from the movie, and Disney Pixar has some strange tastes. Steve Jobs was once a hippie, so that may partially explain the musical content. The sounds, and voices of the robots in Wall-E are spectacular. The WMG wound up caring for the different robots, and getting angry at humans in the span of playing this PSP video game.

If you are the kind of person who likes to collect every single item, and find all of the secret pictures/videos (from the movie) then you will find a lot of replay value in Wall-E. The length of the main game levels is decent. It would have been nice if there had been some more, but thats just the WMG. If you love Wall-E, and have a PSP then this is a game you will enjoy.

Every single button on the Playstation Portable is used for something in Wall-E. The first level where the player is “tuned up” is the best teaching method to how to play a game the WMG has ever seen. Absolutely brilliant what THQ did with that. Almost every single skill needed in the game was taught right there. All of the controls work beautifully. The one complaint is the WMG got stuck in a couple of parts of the game, unclear how to proceed. No hints on what to do next were found.

Wall-E brings a lot of food for thought to the table. People are bad, and destroyed the planet due to trash. Robots are good, under-appreciated, and more human than people. The reliance on technology is an interesting side bar this movie touches upon. The WMG yearns for a more simple life away from the rat race, with all of its technology. Something to pray about a lot.
- Working Man Gamer


Graphics: 84%
Sound: 79%
Replay/Extras: 82%
Gameplay: 83%
Family Friendly Factor: 77%
System: Playstation 2
Publisher: THQ
Rating: 'E' for Everyone
{Mild Cartoon Violence}

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