Wreck-It Ralph Preview

Clickonline writes: "After a successful return to traditional animation with The Princess and the Frog and a CG success of sorts in Tangled, Disney is on the crest of a new wave of top notch titles, possibly buoyed up by the absorption of Pixar staff into several key roles. And their latest feature bears all the hallmarks of increased collaboration between the two companies."

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Soldierone3355d ago

I gotta see this simply because of all the licensing in it lol....sounds awkward, but come on they had so many characters in it.

I wish they somewhat expanded because they did do a few "knock offs" of some people, but its all good. When they talked to Q-Bert I was sold.