Metascore
54

Mixed or average reviews - based on 15 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 15
  2. Negative: 6 out of 15
  1. 16
    WALL-E's just a bunch of schlock that shares a marketing department with a much, much better movie.
  2. 20
    It does have some nice ideas, but it only executes them sort of well and then pisses all over them with terrible gameplay mechanics, a camera that is surely the spawn of Satan and graphics that look like someone excreted them. Avoid.
  3. WALL-E's finicky camera and repetitive gameplay make this one lousy robot adventure.
  4. 40
    To be fair, WALL*E is a decent game considering the source material, and kids will likely enjoy controlling the movie's stars and reliving moments from the film. However, the slow pacing, unnecessarily long levels and at times boring puzzles keep it from being as stellar as the movie it mimics.
  5. A so-so puzzler spoiled by airborne interludes. [Oct 2008, p.77]
  6. WALL-E doesn't annoy or offend, but looks terrible and doesn't entertain either, and that leaves it only fit for landfill.
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  1. rb
    Jul 5, 2008
    6
    Good enough for an afternoon (I started and finished it this way), and almost good enough to be classic, if only it had a few more gameplay Good enough for an afternoon (I started and finished it this way), and almost good enough to be classic, if only it had a few more gameplay options. It doesn't try to be anything more than a quick review of the movie, but the gameplay is great puzzle stuff, and at times reminds me of the Oddword games. You control Wall-E in 8 of 14 levels, crunching and chucking waste to activate switches and blast enemies. The levels are fun and varied. Unfortunately the other 6 levels are interchangeable wastes of time where you navigate Eve up, down, left and right to avoid oncoming obstacles. All this game needs is a few polishes -- some more levels and a level editor would be enough, even. As it stands, a not-too-wasteful purchase that neither I nor my son want to play a second time. Full Review »