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Ratatouille (PSP)

Platform : Sony PSP
3.8 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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Game Information

  • Platform:   Sony PSP
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B000NNMB8S
  • Item Weight: 23 g
  • Release Date: 28 Sept. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,842 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Ratatouille offers a fresh and exciting take on the platform action genre. The game will engage players in deep, fluid, and fast gameplay through fun filled mini-games, daring heists, frenzied pursuits and wild chases. This game will provide constant fun and challenge.



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Customer Reviews

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Ratatouille is a brilliant game. However, as an adult I could not get onto other levels due to the difficulty of the manuoeuvres involved. This game is aimed at 3+ which I dispute. The scenary is brilliant and almost on a par with the film, the characters charming and realistic. Remy the main character is lifelike and very appealing. However, my reservations would be for buying this for kids as the dexterity involved is beyond the ability for a young kid and it is very frustrating not to progress further to other environments from the main colony base.
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As written above, all these games seem to be the same - I played IceAge2 on a PC before, the only difference seems to be the scenery and nuts to be picked up instead of cheese here. The kids like it, but I have to do the more difficult bits (and they are many, already at 25% of the game). One cool feature (not advertised in the manual at all!) are the recepies you collect. They are real, you can actually cook stuff using these. You can read them under in Options from the title screen.
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I bought this game for my partner to use on his Sony PSP at the same time as purchasing it for our children to use on their Nintendo DS.
What a difference in the two formats, the PSP has more adventure & better levels, where the Nintendo DS version seems quite limited.
If you have a choice I urge you to buy the Sony PSP version as this is cool one!
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The problem with these movie ports, especially for blockbusters like Ratatouille, is that they are guaranteed success, mainly from a younger audience. Because of this, the programmers get lazy, they dont put any effort into graphics, sound, gameplay or plot. That is why this sort of games are generally below par, and why the more serious gamers shun them without a glance.

This is no different, even though it is an above average port of a movie license. But it's nothing special, and this is no good for the PSP in general.

The PSP, you see, is in a bit of a fix. Few quality games are being produced, and it is in competition with the Nintendo DS. That console is doing far better in terms of quality gaming, and I wish I had bought one of those instead, with hindsight. The way to fix these problems is not to churn out ports of PS1/2 games, or average movie licenses. The PSP programmers, who are concentrating now on the PS3, need to take a good hard look at the quality of games they produced, or that beloved console will have the same fate as the 'Game Gear'.

In short, if you want a mediocre game, and love Ratatoille, maybe you'll like it. If you have even the most remote idea about what constitutes a good game, avoid.
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If you don't really expect too much from the game, then I think it's quite enjoyable!
Yes, it is a bit repetitive, but it is also quite challenging in some parts.
The graphics and movements are good, and I feel it's a good game just to play about on.
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It's a brilliant game, my 6 year old loves it, mind you so does my 4 year old lol!! Good buy.
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