WALL•E is the video game adaptation of the movie of the same name. The game was developed and published by THQ for multiple platforms. The game was released in North America on June 24, 2008. The game let’s you race, fly and shoot as you take futuristic robots WALL•E and EVE through a fast-paced adventure. From the desolate wastelands of Earth to the Axiom space cruiser, throw cubes and blast robots and obstacles while you relive some of the movie’s most thrilling moments and explore worlds filled with non-stop action and adventure, along with head-to-head multiplayer challenges.
The game actually looks really good and like it would be tough on graphics cards, but there are very few objects being rendered in many of the scenes.
The image quality settings for WALL•E allowed for 8xAA and 16X AF to be enabled, so we cranked everything up to the highest possible setting and fired up Fraps 2.9.8 for benchmarking again.
Benchmark Results: While benchmarking in the scene pictured above with a vortex and with moving objects the benchmark results showed a fairly significant difference between the video cards, but both the cards were well over 100 FPS and were able to play the game stutter free. The GeForce GTX 275 had an average frame rate that was 14% higher than that of the Radeon HD 4890 graphics card. The highest frame rate of the Radeon HD 4890 was 163 FPS, which was the lowest frame rate on the GeForce GTX 275.