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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 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] Expand
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 7
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  1. Although you'll find very little that you haven't already experienced in a multitude of other platform games, Ratatouille provides a visually pleasing gaming experience with a single-player campaign of decent length and a respectable rewards system.
  2. 68
    If you're interested in playing a Ratatouille game, this is probably the one to go with because it's simply more fun and way less frustrating than the other versions. With that said, there's no ground-breaking elements we can speak of.
  3. 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 (or desperate for a PSP platformer), you should stay away from this one.
  4. Complex levels and a lengthy quest almost make up for the game's derivative design.
  5. The PSP version of Ratatouille hardly feels like much of a morsel and compared to the far superior console version this will be a disappointment for anyone who fell in love with the movie.
  6. Essentially, the game is an underwhelming experience that, unlike the film, is ultimately forgettable.
  7. 50
    Ratatouille is otherwise a very charming game...when you're not playing it. Its biggest failings are, in the end, the built-in limitations of the hardware, and the genre that most developers keep trying to superimpose -- sloppily -- on top of it.
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  1. JohnS.
    Jun 28, 2007
    This is one of the best hand-held movie-tie ins I've ever played. It's colorful, funny and a lot of fun.
  2. Oct 3, 2012
    It is an OKAY game.....but the game itself is not diverse at all....the gameplay and the controls are way too basic. I do love the graphics and the overall presentation. But still, it is just an OKAY game......... Collapse