Summary: This game returns more to its roots more than Tools of Destruction. It's more fun to play, has better humor and the weapons are better. It still lacks the fun of the original game and it is starting the descent into the cartoonish action that would follow in Full Frontal Assault that I didn't care...
Summary: I've played three of the R & C Future series, and this is probably the best of the bunch. The game is nicely split between the adventures of Ratchet on one hand, and the adventures of Clank on the other (Clank's portion of the game is actually the most entertaining and amusing).
Summary: After finishing Ratchet & Clank: A Crack in Time, I thought the game was fun and enjoyable. The balance of puzzles, combat, and humor is just right, and I couldn't put the controller down as early as I should have. In this game, the player alternates between playing Ratchet and playing Clank.
Fun game! But I felt it came short of the Ratchet & Clank standard.
20 November 2012
Summary: This game has all the fun stuff all the other ratchet and clank games have, and it has very stunning graphics! I love the times when there are enemies coming from every direction and your just shooting everywhere and it is total chaos!! The gameplay is very smooth and the levels are nicely designed.
Same Classic Ratchet and Clank formula with a few new time twists.
29 September 2012
Summary: I am a huge fan of the Ratchet and Clank series. I played all console versions of this game. The Ratchet and Clank series manages to mix platforming and twitch based gunplay like no other game. This version of the game has a few new tweaks. The major tweak are the Clank's time bending puzzles.
Summary: Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack In Time is a really fun game. There were no lulls in the action. There was never a point where I felt like I was lost in the game. The menus and mini maps help facilitate a great journey though the game with out it being a forceful hand on your back.