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Ratchet & Clank: Quest For Booty


14:2827/08/2008Posted by Graham NauntonNo Comments

As the Ratchet and Clank franchise has evolved over the years, developers Insomniac made it clearly apparent in no uncertain terms that with regards to their games, size does indeed matter. Their debut PSP instalment Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters says as much, but it wouldn’t take a staunch gaming academic to figure out that in each iteration of a Ratchet title, the bar becomes raised and the dial marked ‘action’ gets twisted another notch or two higher.

It’s not just the visceral gunplay that improves, as the scope of the series stretches and expands in all areas – whether it be from visual integrity to an ever changing arsenal of ingenious weaponry, planets to explore, and just generally more things to see and do, from arena battles, to racing mini-games. It’s testament to Insomniac that the series has continued to hold gamers’ attentions over many years, games and hardware formats later. Now, the series continues to evolve with Quest for Booty, a ‘Ratchet-lite’ mini-adventure initially available as a download on the PlayStation Network.

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