Got a love of rats? Yes? Good. Do you really get a kick out of them cooking for you? Yup? Excellent. Like it even better when they've been crawling around all kind of nasty sewer pipes? Yes? You should probably up your standards for hygiene during food preparation. We can assure you, however, that Ratatouille is right up your street.
Spawning from the Pixar film of the same name, Ratatouille puts players under the apron (not that he ever seems to wear one) of Remy, a loveable little rodent who dreams of becoming a top notch chef. In his quest to do so, he stumbles into a high class Parisian restaurant. There, he runs across a clumsy busboy with no culinary talent whatsoever who is nonetheless under pressure to cook. This works out pretty well for Remy, since he can help, and restaurants don't tend to hire rats.
Much adventuring ensues, and THQ delivers it in a classic platforming package. Players will relive moments from the film, explore different environments, scurry for cover, tail-swipe enemies, balance on high wires and sniff out enemies. Oh, and get involved in some food preparation. It all comes with a dash of Pixar cutesiness, although possibly not the best message about kitchen standards.