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80 (Jul 11, 2008)
WALL.E on the PS2 is definitely the most accomplished version available. The emphasis on platforming and puzzles suits the character and makes for a more thoughtful game. The controls can feel a little fiddly at times, but the strong presentation more than makes up for any slight niggles. Fans of this summer's movie will likely find a game they enjoy, but don't expect an action-oriented game like you'll find on Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii.
IGN (Jul 03, 2008)
Old dogs can learn new tricks, and in the case of Wall-E, the PS2 version of the game is one of the most solid film to game adaptations we've seen in a while. Not only is there a lot to do within this action title, it's engaging and varied with its action, making play a lot of fun. This is the one to check out for Wall-E fans.
GameSpot (Jul 09, 2008)
Wall-E is a surprisingly solid platformer. The game maintains a captivating pace throughout by constantly mixing up objectives and adding new tricks to conquer. The multiplayer mode doesn't add much value to the package; the split-screen duels focus on the simple racing and combat mechanics from the single-player, making it interesting only in short bursts. But the single-player adventure provides enough replay value to make this entertaining even after the credits roll.
Computer Bild Spiele (Oct 01, 2008)
Die gelungene Optik überrascht, die Steuerung per Pad ist absolut problemlos.
GameZone (Jul 21, 2008)
Wall-E on the PS2 is worth checking out for fans of the film. It’s a solid adaptation that should entertain the younger crowd who fell in love with the film.
It's not often that a movie-inspired video game gets a good review. So, if you've enjoyed the movie, you can extend that enjoyment throughout the summer with WALL-E the video game.
68 (Sep 26, 2008)
Im Prinzip muss man WALL-E in keiner der angebotenen Umsetzungen gespielt haben. Es wird trotz origineller Schrottpress-Funktion eigentlich nichts wirklich Neues, Aufregendes oder sonst wie Besonderes geboten. Euch erwartet relativ unspektakuläres Erkunden, Sammeln und Hindernisse bewältigen in typischer Action-Adventure-Manier. Wer sich trotzdem über die Filmvorlage hinaus mit dem liebenswerten Pixar-Blechkübel beschäftigen möchte, sollte aber unbedingt zu einer der Asobo- (PS2 & PC) bzw. Savage-Entwicklungen (PSP) greifen, da diese mit ihren Skate-, Renn- und Knobeleinlagen deutlich kurzweiliger und abwechslungsreicher sind als die äußerlich hübscheren, aber spielerisch eintönigen Heavy Iron-Produktionen (360, PS3 & Wii).
65 (Jul 28, 2008)
Un peu plus diversifié que sur PS3/360/Wii, l'adaptation PS2/PC/PSP de WALL-E n'est pas une mauvaise surprise, même si sa durée de vie rachitique condamne ce titre à finir rapidement dans les rayons des magasins d'occasion. Les différentes épreuves proposées en multijoueur pourront tout de même justifier son achat si vous êtes réellement fan du film.
Worth Playing (Aug 06, 2008)
WALL-E for the PS2 is not a great adaptation of the movie. There are some wonky control issues, the graphics aren't very good on the aging console, and the gameplay is very repetitive. The audio portion makes up for some of its shortcomings, so all in all, WALL-E manages to be a decent game.
60 (Oct 22, 2008)
Graphics are well executed on the PS2, better proportionally than either the PS3 or 360 versions for the price, and load times are significantly shorter as well. Rarely will an older generation console get the best of a multi-platform release, but here is the exception to the rule. If you like platformers that are good for younger gamers then the PS2 version of this game is the one you want to aim for, as all others don't quite achieve the fun and charm this platform presents.

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