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Ratchet & Clank: A Crack In Time (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
4.7 out of 5 stars 74 customer reviews

Price: £22.90 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • Awesome game, really good story
  • Good original ratchet platforming
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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • Item Weight: 27 g
  • Release Date: 6 Nov. 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,183 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Awesome game for any Ratchet and Clank lovers! Amazing gameplay, platformer mixed with shooter. Great weapons and story is brilliant

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The gameplay has been so perfectly refined in the years the franchise had been going that it's simply the best platformer available on any console. If you've never played the series before, it's a good place to start, though it does follow on directly from the previous two so you might want to pick those up first. If you're looking for a new platformer and are having doubts, read on...

The gameplay is a seamless blend of platforming, action combat and puzzles, each intensifying as the story progresses. When I played the first of the PS3 R&C titles the thing I was mostly impressed by was the sheer amount of information the screen could handle at any time- bolts (in-game currency) flying everywhere, enemy fire coming in from all sides, the level of destruction is vast and handled smoothly by the console. Imagine facing a horde of thirty-odd enemies, dodging fire while dealing out some of your own, all while facing an ever-dwindling supply of health thanks to some nasty nerve toxin. That's just one of the game's combat challenges (mandatory, mind you) that adds a different flavour to the usual run-and-gun, encouraging a kind of absolute concentration that's initially tricky to master but thrilling to execute. Most interesting of all though are the Clank levels, in which you often have to record your own actions and then replay the levels in tandem with the recording(s) in order to achieve multiple targets, all in under a minute. These are the game's one true innovation, and are as frustrating to figure out as they are rewarding to complete.

The game's humour is the best of any I can remember, from the always-hysterical Qwark's myriad one-liners ("keep the change, villain!" and "it's like time is all...
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Love it! Each day, time seems to stand still while I'm at work as I'm so eager to get home, plonk myself down in front of my telebox and play this awesome game.

I've played every one in the series and as a child of 34, I'm slightly embarrassed that all my mate's are currently raving about Modern Warfare 2 when I'm more into actually enjoying a fun, action, platformer with great funny cut seens, witty diologue, intense gun battles with ever more weird and wonderful weaponary such as Mr Zurkon, Rachet's homicidal, suicidal, blaster weilding maniac body guard mini-robot.

It's just crazy fun and difficult enough to present a challenge to adult gamer's such as myself.

I'd recommend this to anyone who can't remember the last time they really ENJOYED a game and your kids will love it too.
It's the last in the series apparently??? :(
But they're going out on a high, that's for sure :)

I've loved playing many different types of games such as the uber scary, brilliant Dead Space, was amazed with both Uncharted games and I'll be playing Modern Warefare 2 next for sure, but Rachet and Clank remain my all time favorite franchise.
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Having never played a Ratchet and Clank game, I wondered if it might be a little 'kiddish', but thankfully I was wrong. Don't let that low age-rating fool you, as many of the jokes kids won't even understand. And talking about the jokes, they are fast and a-plenty, but never get in the way of the game itself, which is good, because this is a really enjoyable piece of fun.

If you are looking for a really good game, with fantastic graphics and a great storyline, all the while finding yourself chuckling away, then this is definitely for you.

Might have to buy the other R&C games now.
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We continue from the end of Quest For Booty, Dr. Nefarious has abducted Clank and taken him to a facility known as the Great Clock. Dr. Nefarious is hell bent on trying to access Clank’s memory banks in order to find out the secrets of this powerful facility. It’s a race against time to get the clock, find Clank and put Nefarious’ plans to an end.

The characters are always a joy to watch, Captain Qwark is a confused hero as he shows courage then switches to being cowardly in an instance. Dr. Nefarious is wonderfully evil, assertive and doesn’t take any crap from anyone. The script is excellent, to the extent of the supporting character being completely nuts and ridiculous, but it works and gives everything else that extra sparkle.

The Great Clock is wonderful in design and art direction, a complex creation with many pieces and attachments stretching as far as the eye can see. Environments are diverse in design and colour schemes; some worlds may be futuristic utopias, whereas others are lush jungles that inhabit ancient civilisations. Character design is as creative and expressive as ever, ranging from bizarre to adorable-looking aliens. The game engine performs very well to render large open environments, displaying verticality in design and showcasing incredible animation.

The space environments are open in design, filled with tiny planets that you can venture upon; comets hurl by at breakneck speeds and enemy satellites track your movements. It all looks spectacular and I guarantee you won’t be in any hurry to do the story missions. The destruction looks amazing, mix up your combat options and blow everything to pieces. The soundtrack is funky and a small selection of radio stations is available during space travel.
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