A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
Remy tries to help his fellow rats, and also maintain a friendship with humans.
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This is part of a movie franchise.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this game, based on the Ratatouille movie, is best for ages 7-13. Violent content is pretty minimal: Kids will see the same gun-toting Grandma from the beginning the movie, but when the chefs chase Remy out of the kitchen, they simply pick him up by the tail before he wiggles out of their grasp.
Is It Any Good?
Based on the charming animated film that became the darling of the 2007 summer movie offerings, RATATOUILLE the video game does justice to this beguiling license. While the story line is a little different, the characters and environments are the same and equally enchanting. The animations are adorable and fun, and the experience is further elevated by the variety of gameplay, which calls for players to be inventive as they scurry around as a rat.
If your family liked the Ratatouille movie, they will adore this console game.
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