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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best Ratchet & Clank games ever made

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  • Previous Ratchet and Clank games always ran at 60 fps. Into the Nexus was the first game in the series to run at 30 fps. James Stevenson, Community Lead at Insomniac Games, explains that they are using 30fps for the new game as well in order to attain CG quality visuals.

    The next big change to the game is the removal of Clank from the equation for the majority of the game. In previous Ratchet and Clank games, I loathed when I lost Clank and had to hoof it as Ratchet. His platforming always left a lot to be desired due to his limited move set (ie, smaller jump height), and for the first few hours of ACIT, you would be correct in assuming that the feeling was almost the same. However, Insomniac managed to do the unthinkable and made playing as Ratchet genuinely fun. His wrench-tether is implemented in fun ways, and more than that, the addition of hover-boots really opens up his move set, allowing him to compensate somewhat for the lack of Clank. I actually preferred to be playing as Ratchet when the game would switch over to the Clank segments.

  • I like this game the most out of all the Ratchet and Clank games! Well, I haven't played Quest for Booty, Crack In Time, Secret Agent Clank, All 4 One, Full Frontal Assault, and Into the Nexus yet. My No. 2 is Tools of Destruction. Why? I'm old school, meaning I grew up when games were just taking off so the graphics were bad. Back then it didn't matter to us, we wanted a good story. When I played Tools of Destruction the story/gameplay flowed so well I had to stop myself from playing it.

    I like this game the most out of all the Ratchet and Clank games! Well, I haven't played Quest for Booty, Crack In Time, Secret Agent Clank, All 4 One, Full Frontal Assault, and Into the Nexus yet. My No. 2 is Tools of Destruction. Why? I'm old school, meaning I grew up when games were just taking off so the graphics were bad. Back then it didn't matter to us, we wanted a good story. When I played Tools of Destruction the story/gameplay flowed so well I had to stop myself from playing it.

  • I’ve always enjoyed the Ratchet and Clank games, but it wasn’t until 2007’s Ratchet and Clank Future: Tools of Destruction that I became a fan of the series. The visuals, the humor, the story and game play were polished to a fine sheen. It truly was Ratchet and Clank from the PS2 days on the PS3, in glorious HD. Of course, with that adherence to what has come before, the game garnered a lot of criticism for playing it so safe.

Ratchet & Clank review | GamesRadar+

The Gadgetron Bomb Glove is a staple weapon of the Ratchet and Clank games, with most other titles in the series featuring this weapon or one that is very similar. It deals moderate amounts of damage in a large area, however, ammo supplies are fairly limited compared to other weapons, so it is best used sparingly against closely packed groups of enemies. Ratchet aqcuires this weapon at the very start of the game along with his Omniwrench 8000