I'm definitely enjoying Wreck-It Ralph so far, and I think that it's a great price for three games (one dollar gets you three games that would probably cost a dollar each). The graphics are great, and all of the games are simple, pick-up-and-play games that you can easily kill a few minutes with.
In navigating the tension between reverence for something old in a new package, Disney have done a wonderful job at delivering an experience that deftly straddles nostalgia and novelty. Next time you're in the mood for some great pint-sized play, save your bag of quarters. You only need four.
Overall, as a tool to wet your appetite for the movie's release, Wreck-It Ralph does a good job of offering up some decent gameplay, especially when compared to other blatant movie or product tie-ins out there. It's a little inconsistent in its quality, both in content and visuals. But, the star of this compilation is undoubtedly Fix-It Felix, which even as a standalone title would be worth a $0.99 punt.
SummaryDISNEY AND WRECK-IT RALPH PRESENT FIX-IT FELIX JR! IF THERE’S SOMETHING TO BREAK, THERE’S SOMETHING TO FIX AND THIS GAME’S GOT A LOT OF BOTH! Journey back to Wreck-it Ralph’s 8-bit origins in a brand new game with classic arcade looks and fun. Play as Fix-it Felix Jr. and use your magical hammer to fix whatever R...