- Ratatouille (ESRB Rating Everyone) for Mild Cartoon Violence
- Saint (ESRB Rating Everyone 10+) E10+ for mild fantasy violence
- Toy Story 3 (ESRB Rating Everyone 10+) for cartoon violence
- Up (ESRB Rating Everyone 10+) animated blood and mild cartoon violence
- Wall-E (ESRB Rating Everyone) cartoon violence<p>
Rating info: Ratatouille and Wall-E are rated E, for mild cartoon violence and cartoon violence, respectively. Saint is rated E 10+ for mild fantasy violence, Toy Story 3 is rated E 10+ for cartoon violence, and Up is rated E 10+ for animated blood and mild cartoon violence.<p>
Wii Bundle of 5 Kids Games
- 5 Wii games appropriate for ages 10 and up
- Games based on Pixar films Wall-E, Up, Ratatouille, and Toy Story 3
- Ratatouille game features voice talent from the film
- Toy Story 3 lets players run and fly through scenes from the big-screen version
- Up sends players switching between four main characters from the movie
- Travel across multiple explorable worlds in Wall-E
- Saint features a kid-appropriate action-adventure plotline
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