Wreck-It Ralph gets tie-in game, published by Activision

Posted By | On 26th, Jun. 2012

 

In what looks to be a golden opportunity for Disney to capitalise on nostalgia, as well as a large variety of game-types, Wreck-It Ralph is getting an official tie-in game, published by Activision, exclusively for Nintendo systems.

Wreck-It Ralph is due to be released alongside the film, set for a 2 November release later this year. The developer has yet to be revealed, nor has there been a glimmer of gameplay screenshots of footage.

The events in the game take place after those in the movie, suggesting film first and then game later.

Will the game deliver the same tidal wave of gushing fond memories from yesterday year as the films first trailer?

Wreck-It Ralph has yet to be given a release date, presumed to be early November, on Wii, 3DS and DS.


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