Entertaining Ratchet & Clank action, in bite size format.
S. Bouley "Derelict", Amazon
11 November 2009
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. There's a decent selection of weapons to choose from, including classic guns like the dual raptors and suck cannon, but some new ones have been added, such as the bee mine glove.
Conclusion: Enjoy the first few games? If you did, well this is the game for you! Uses all of Rachets known moves and fantastic new ones, plus new state of the art graphics! Unlock over 10 different wepons and use them to take your enemies to oblivion. Enjoy playing!!!!!!!
Conclusion: Hi Just want to say I'm new to psp I must say I do love R&C its a great game. I'm stuck at the mo on the rotating saw thing I keep getting crushed but i'll work it out sooner or later lol. Awesome Game.....
Conclusion: Id give this game 4.5 stars if i could, but since thats not possible ill go for 4. pure fun all the way through and the return of clank sections. Stunning graphics that are possibly better than ps2 great SFX and decent music add atmosphere and whilst sticking to a similar formula all the way through, the game is so varied that it never gets repetitive. there are lots of weapons, although not as many as the ps2 games.
Conclusion: The title says it all. I first discovered Ratchet and Clank on the PS2 quite a few years ago and was instantly hooked. I have continued to buy all the games that have been released since, so I was pretty eager to get my hands on this. However, I was shocked to find out it was not produced and developed by Insomniac (the people who made the previous games). Needless to say I was a bit dubious.