About the Product
- On the fly swappable characters Use Wreck It Ralph's brawn to destroy obstacles or Fix-It-Felix's magical hammer to repair them
- Unique environments venture through four distinct backdrops based on the featured film
- Bragging rights find and accumulate collectibles like hero medals and Easter eggs that you can display in your trophy collection
- Fun that never ends beat the game play it again and discover more challenging levels under a new set of rules
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- On the Fly Swappable Characters: Use Wreck-It Ralph’s brawn to destroy obstacles or Fix-It-Felix’s magical hammer to repair them!
- Unique Environments: Venture through four distinct backdrops based on the featured film; from Sugar Rush to Hero’s Duty, every world is unique but equally action-packed and fun!
- Bragging Rights: Find and accumulate collectibles like Hero Medals and Easter Eggs that you can display in your trophy collection!
- Fun That Never Ends: Beat the game? No problem! Play it again and discover more challenging levels under a new set of rules!
Get ready for classic arcade video game action with a whole new modern look and feel!
Wreck-It Ralph is the 9-foot-tall, 643-pound villain of an arcade video game named Fix-It Felix Jr., in which the game's titular hero fixes buildings that Ralph destroys. Wanting to prove he can be a good guy and not just a villain, Ralph escapes his game through the power cord and lands in Hero's Duty, a first-person shooter where he helps the game's hero, Sergeant Calhoun, battle against "Cy-Bugs", the game's alien invaders. He later enters Sugar Rush, a kart racing game set on tracks made of candies, cookies and other sweets. There, Ralph meets Vanellope von Schweetz, one of that game's characters, who has learned that her game is faced with a dire threat that could affect the entire arcade, and one that Ralph may have inadvertently started.
Taking off where the film ends, a new army of Cy-bugs threatens Mr. Litwak’s arcade and it’s up to Ralph to prove that there’s more to him than his bad guy reputation suggests. Team up with the misunderstood Ralph and perpetual “good guy” Felix as they set out on a wild, game-hopping journey to restore peace and help Ralph earn the WRECK-ognition he deserves before it’s GAME OVER!
- ON THE FLY SWAPPABLE CHARACTERS
Use Wreck-It Ralph’s brawn to destroy obstacles or Fix-It-Felix’s magical hammer to repair them!
- UNIQUE ENVIRONMENTS
Venture through four distinct backdrops based on the featured film; from Sugar Rush to Hero’s Duty, every world is unique but equally action-packed and fun!
- BRAGGING RIGHTS
Find and accumulate collectibles like Hero Medals and Easter Eggs that you can display in your trophy collection!
- FUN THAT NEVER ENDS
Beat the game? No problem! Play it again and discover more challenging levels under a new set of rules!
Top Customer Reviews
I was going to offer a well thought-out review for this game, but this review is only going to reciprocate how much effort was put into developing this game.
The game starts with Wreck-It Ralph narrating the game - the voice actor isn't even John C. Reilly. This is the first disappointment of the game, and the disappointments never stop from there. Before actually getting into gameplay, the opening scene completely blows the end of the "Wreck It Ralph" movie's storyline, so if you haven't seen the movie yet, beware of a spoiler before playing this game.
After they spoil a 2-hour movie in 45 seconds, you finally get into the gameplay. The gameplay is awful: the difficulty is never raised, there's only 12 levels in the game (each level takes about 5 minutes to complete), and 4 bosses (each of which take about 2 minutes to beat). The gameplay is extremely repetitive and completely lacks novelty. The graphics are cheap - not "NES cheap," which would actually be kind of retro - but cheap like "I paid $5 for this game" cheap. Except, the thing is, I didn't pay $5 for this game. I paid $40. The iOS "Wreck-It Ralph" counterpart is a better game than this, and that only costs 99 cents.
Despite being able to play as Fix-It Felix and Wreck-It Ralph throughout the game, it's only a 1-player game. The movie featured first-person shooting, arcade-style play, and racing. This game offers none of that.Read more ›
If you still want to get this game after the low stars it received in all of the reviews so far, then rent it from a Redbox etc, you won't be wasting $40. This is a $10 game at best. It will probably be a Black Friday special - but don't get it unless it is super cheap, your kids won't thank you at all.
As a platform game alone, I like it. Its not one of those games that makes it impossible to advance to the next level unless you have perfect hand-eye coordination. Its easy enough to be fun but not so easy that it's boring.
But I must say that it is extremely disappointing that the games shown in the movie were not even attempted in the movie version of the game. In fact, you can go to the movie website and play limited versions of 3 of the popular games shown in the movie. If you are looking for the movie games, save your money and go to the Disney website. If you like platform games, it's cute and not too bad.
The game is supposed to take place straight after the movie's plot, but it IS possible to avoid spoiling the movie, right? Unfortunately, Activision refused to try. Within the first seconds after starting a new game, the ending of the movie is instantly spoiled. But since I'm so nice, I won't spoil it for this review. However, I will have to mention that the Cybugs, one of the few conflicts in the movie, is THE WHOLE CONFLICT here in this game for some reason. I don't want to think of Wreck-It Ralph as a series about hideous bugs. I want to think of the series as a love letter to gamers!
Anyway, that was all presented in this cute little CGI-animated intro which has mistakes such as a lack of textures in one scene and Felix having miscolored hair. Activision sure rushed THIS out the door. BUT GUESS WHAT? Wait til you see what the actual game looks like!
Oh GOD did things go downhill! The graphics look like they were created for the Sega 32x. They are downright awful, and the music totally accompanies them by playing a short loop of a song that would only sound nice the first few times. And now for what we've been waiting for: The gameplay mechanics.
Let's just say this is one of the most uninspired platformers I've played yet.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Need to return. Feels like an 80's game for real and graphics to go with it. Boo. We loved the movie and hoped the game would equal the movie.Published 1 month ago by lani
My wife and I really loved this movie, and like the characters, so I bought this game despite reading bad reviews of it almost everywhere. This was a mistake. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lewin Edwards
This game hasn't really captured my kids attention. They are bored with it, after trying only a couple of times. Love the movie though!Published 5 months ago by Dillon