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Game Description:What would happen if everyone left Earth, but someone forgot to turn off the last robot? Find out in this lighthearted adventure based on the WALL-E movie from Disney and Pixar. WALL-E has spent years doing the job he was made to do as a Waste Allocation Lifter Earth-Class. His life on a deserted Earth changes when he meets EVE, a search robot, and discovers a secret that could save the planet's future. Travel through the galaxy as you experience the movie's best moments and original game-only content in a quest to make Earth safe for humans to return. You'll explore 10 worlds, compete in head-to-head multiplayer contests, and more.
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  • 'Wall-E' Videogame Struggling

    The Wall-E movie has done quite well at the box office among critics and the public. But the accompanying videogame, sold on virtually every platform, ever, and published by THQ is not faring quite so well. It's been out for nearly a month, yet has only garnered sales of 114,000. This is on-pace with another Pixar title, Ratatouille, which...

    Posted July 29, 2008| 17 Comments

    'Wall-E' Videogame Struggling
  • 'Wall-E' First Large Arabic Game

    That adorable little cartoon robot Wall-E's tie-in videogame is more than just some promotional shovelware from Pixar. First off, people actually kind of like it, but secondly, it's the first major videogame to be localized in Arabic. Luke Keighran, THQ export sales manager, said: “We are delighted to be part of this, launching an Arabic...

    Posted July 7, 2008| 3 Comments

    'Wall-E' First Large Arabic Game
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    Posted: May 9, 2008

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