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Ratatouille review

Could use some more lessons in the kitchen


  • Enough extras to keep you busy
  • Better visuals than counterparts
  • Dusting off that Wii


  • Repetitive missions
  • Platforming is clunky
  • Cooking minigames

If you haven’t noticed - it’s summer, a time where movie theatres get big-budget actionganzas and your console goes through a bit of a dry spell. Unless you want to start tapping that pile of games you swore you’d get to by now, you can always sniff around for the latest, potentially awful film tie-in starring emo spider-men, ambiguous pirates or… a French rat that cooks? Ratatouille on the Wii is nearly identical to its PS2/GameCube brethren, only not as good because simplified waggle controls don’t necessarily mean it’s easier to control a jumping rodent.

Playing as bi-pedal rat, Remy, you’ll traverse sewers, markets and restaurant kitchens in order to help your family find grub, and assist a nerdy Frenchman in becoming a better chef. Each section of the game is broken up into missions that help your fellow rat get one step closer to fine cuisine such as finding a coin to distract a human, disabling rat traps or stealing a key to open a food locker.

More Info

DescriptionThe videogame version of Ratatouille has all the great looks of Pixar, but only half the heart.
PlatformXbox 360, PS2, PS3, Wii, GameCube, PC, DS, PSP
US censor ratingEveryone
Release date26 June 2007 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)
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