The upcoming Pixar computer-animated movie WALL-E (the touching story of the last robot on earth) will be accompanied by the videogame. Wow! Who could have predicted it?

The WALL-E game, from longtime Pixar game producers THQ, is cross-platform, so you’ll be able to play it on every single currrent and last generation videogame system. Here’s the official description:

This post is only for multinational software publishing concerns, so if you’re just a guy on the internet, stop reading RIGHT NOW.

Now that those rubes are gone, listen Multi National Software Publishing Concern, we have a hot tip for you: United Coders, developers of the Nintendo DS version of arcade classic Dragon’s Lair, is seeking a publisher for a version of the game on the Sony PSP.

In exchange for funding the development and intellectual property cost of Dragon’s Lair for PSP, the publisher will be granted the global publishing rights for the format. United Coders expect to begin development of Dragon’s Lair for Sony PSP in February with a release date of Christmas 2008 on the platform.

The rumors that Metal Gear Solid 4 is going multi-platform have been swirling around the internet since the mid 1940s, but, according to Konami, it’s just not going to happen. The game will be playable only by Sony fans.

A Konami spokesperson told thegamereviews.com:  ”For the record, Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots is a PlayStation 3 exclusive and there are no plans to develop an Xbox 360 version of the game.”

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