Summary: Ratchet and Clank Future: Quest for Booty is like Tools of Destruction divided by four. It's a fourth the length and a fourth the price, but it's almost as brilliant as its predecessor, and that's saying something.
Pros: The captivating plot, which is sure to have you laughing, The small yet noticeable wrench additions that keep the experience fresh, The beautiful graphics at a budget price point
Cons: The three hour length, The lack of weapon variety
Conclusion: Slick almost to a fault, Insomniac attempts to obscure the fact that Quest is merely more of the same via a façade of bombastic battles that unfortunately wind up being more tedious than exciting.
Pros: Insomniac's sense of humor. Rusty Pete, the perpetually soused robotic pirate from
Ratchet and Clank Future: Quest for Booty (PS3) - Review
30 January 2009
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Excerpt: Arrr, mateys! Ratchet, the furry Lombax best known for saving the galaxy (a few times), is back once again in Ratchet & Clank Future: Quest for Booty. A standalone entry in the series, Quest for Booty marks an important step for the PlayStation 3: Episodic content that’s cheap and polished, keeping...