Entertaining Ratchet & Clank action, in bite size format.
S. Bouley, Amazon
23 May 2008
Summary: Back in action, and ported from the PSP, Size Matters has you playing as the dynamic duo as they try and dig themselves out of a hole which they were tricked in to. High Impact did a pretty good job of emulating the feel of Insomniac's R&C games.
Summary: I have been a huge Ps2 R&C fan (not getting a Ps3 and going down the Xbox 360 route instead), and when I decided to revisit them I realized that this was a game I had missed out on. A few reviews and videos later I decided to order it and see for myself if this game was all that bad.
Summary: Okay, so the graphics are never going to win any awards, and the gameplay isn't as smooth as the previous PS2 games in the series, but Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters still manages to be almost as much fun as it's bigger brothers.
Summary: After playing the other PS2 Ratchet and Clank games, this feels like a real dip in quality. For those of you who don't know, this is a port of the PSP title of the same name. The plot involves Ratchet and Clank being duped by some little girl and ending up in the usual trouble.
Summary: Ok Lets get one thing straight, I am a hardened RnC jedi and was very happy to see this lil beaut come onto Ps2 after I'd completed it on Psp several times (FANTASTIC GAME bit short though.......
Summary: I'm a rabid fan of the Ratchet & Clank games since the very first opened its self up to me. I wasn't the only person to love it; my whole family enjoyed them! The first game, was such a new excperience for me. It showed me that video game violence could be fun. The characters were fun and witty.