I can’t believe this has not been made into a thread yet (and it’s been over 6 years since its release, but…)
There are about 3 different versions of the WALL-E video game.
Version 1 (PS3, XBOX 360)
- Nine levels
- Health icons are suns (and solar charge stations are available)
- Collection of icons that look like WALL-E’s “E” to unlock stuff
- WALL-E has no weapons, but can throw cubes and is in possession of EVE’s gun in one level
- Some levels require you to tag switch between WALL-E and EVE (cubing, flying, shooting)
- Multi-player mini games
- Reject-bots appear, but only to be rescued to unlock a secret level
- Collectibles included, some being art and even costumes for mini-games (many of which are Pixar cameos)
- Batteries collected for cube dispenser machines
- Cube types: Standard, heavy, charged, magnetic
- You can ram into passengers and knock them off their chairs
Version 2 (PS2, PSP, Wii, PC)
- 23 levels (including a prologue and an epilogue)
- Three “playground levels” (Tanker, Repair Ward, Lido Deck Dash)
- Number of BNL crates to destroy in a level to unlock stuff
- WALL-E comes with built-in laser, can throw cubes, but does not get EVE’s gun
- Health and laser power are filled with charges
- Doors open with futuristic padlock combinations
- Race levels
- Soundtrack same as Version 1, but extended
- No levels required you to switch between WALL-E and EVE’s abilities
- Reject-Bots can be summoned via WALL-E’s music (L-T, BRL-A, HAN-S, D-FIB, and VAQ-M serve functions; PR-T and VN-GO appears, but do not serve any of WALL-E’s objectives)
- WALL-E can jump into Steward-Bots in Box mode (something that every time I play the XBOX version, I forget I can’t do! )
- Appearance of a game-only droid known as an OP-T unit
- Collectibles included; no costume paints, and almost none of them were Pixar cameos.
- Cube types: Standard, Explosive, Magnetic
There is a 3rd version exclusive to the DS, but I can’t say much about it here, since I own only the first two versions (PS2, XBOX 360, PSP), and I’ve only tried the DS version because one of my cousins has it, but I don’t own it. All I can say is I could only play through two levels where WALL-E just goes from one spot to the next with trash cubes, but I don’t know more about it.
So, let’s see what the people here think.