Disney/Pixar Ratatouille PlayStation 3

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  • Summary: Players relive the film's most thrilling moments as they assume the role of Remy, a young rat who dreams of becoming a great French chef, despite the obvious problem of being a rat. From the underground sewers to the bustling streets of Paris, players dash, glide and slide through 6Players relive the film's most thrilling moments as they assume the role of Remy, a young rat who dreams of becoming a great French chef, despite the obvious problem of being a rat. From the underground sewers to the bustling streets of Paris, players dash, glide and slide through 6 action-packed worlds filled with dangerous enemies, heists and perilous missions. Players can go head-to-head with their friends in multiplayer mini-games or navigate their way through a sensational rat race that turns the culinary world of Paris upside down. [THQ] Collapse
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  1. Positive: 0 out of 8
  2. Negative: 2 out of 8
  1. This isn’t an exceptionally bad game, but it is an extremely mediocre one. The movie is a must-see, but unless you’re a huge fan of the film, you should stay away from this one.
  2. There must have been another reason for the delay, because the game is not much different from the Xbox 360 version.
  3. Playstation Official Magazine UK
    60
    Chuck in a selection of mini-games and you've got cheap childcare sorted for the next two weeks. [Dec 2007, p.114]
  4. Ratatouille, without any doubt, is far better as a movie, and even big fans of the film probably won't get too much enjoyment out of the game.
  5. 50
    The goal of becoming a chef is quickly lost in the mundane nature of most of the missions.
  6. If you like to be tortured, you could just go to the store right now and pick up the game; you'll be very satisfied.
  7. Frankly, developers of this type perform a gross disservice to other practitioners of the medium, and THQ should have never let this one out the door, no matter how much revenue they'll earn in licensed sales.

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  1. Jul 14, 2017
    10
    Though I, like many other critics, had written off Gusteau’s as irrelevant since the great Chef’s death, the soup was a revelation, a spicyThough I, like many other critics, had written off Gusteau’s as irrelevant since the great Chef’s death, the soup was a revelation, a spicy yet subtle taste experience. In this video game, the tremendous graphics and numerous textures make the game look indiscernible from real life. Although the graphics are truly beautiful and life like, the story is the real star of the show. When a video game's story overshadows the point of watching the actual movie you know it is a masterpiece. Story and graphics are important, but the gameplay is the final cherry on top as to why this game has a perfect 10. Collecting peppers and handing them to your short sighted brother is truly exhilarating. In my entire life, have I never played such an excellent game, I will be replaying this game for the last 5 years of my predictably short life. Expand

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