Reviews and Problems with Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus
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Ratchet & Clank Into the Nexus
Family Friendly Gaming
28 December 2014
Excerpt: There are fanboys of Ratchet & Clank out there. I am not one of them. I do not get how anyone can call a hack and slash with a monkey wrench game family friendly. I do not get how anyone can call a shooter family friendly. We can shoot the enemies with guns.
Excerpt: It’s always good to try new things. The familiar and the tried-and-true are bound to get results but every now and then, a talented developer like Insomniac wants to spread its wings. This resulted in what I like to call experimental
Fusing action, humor, and planet-hopping in a fun romp.
Common Sense Media
22 November 2013
Summary: Parents need to know that Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus is a third-person action-adventure hybrid that has you fight against robotic and alien enemies using a variety of weapons. One gun is used from a first-person perspective for more realism.
Summary: Prior to moving towards a more multiplatform approach, Insomniac Games was responsible for two extraordinary franchises for the PlayStation 3: 'Resistance: Fall of Man' and the 'Ratchet & Clank' future series.
Review: Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus (Sony PlayStation 3)
20 November 2013
Summary: Into the Nexus is a great game that streamlines the Ratchet & Clank experience into a short but fun ride. The gameplay has been refined to the point of being perhaps the best in the series, the story ties up loose ends left by previous games, and the budget price makes the whole package incredibly...
Summary: Despite owning four other titles in the Ratchet and Clank series, Nexus is my first foray into the lonely Lombax’s adventures. Maybe it was due to not having a PS2, but if someone had said “It’s kinda like Jet Force Gemini” I’d have been on them like a shot.
Excerpt: Ladies and gentlemen, we gather here today to mourn the loss of one of the most enjoyable gaming franchises of the past decade. The Ratchet & Clank Franchise enjoyed a great run between its launch in 2002 and 2009's entry, A Crack in Time , but it appears as though developer Insomniac Games has all...
Excerpt: Ratchet and Clank: Into the Nexus walks a narrow line as a sequel. It feels like you expect a Ratchet and Clank game to feel with the same exceptional weapons, enticing upgrades, and charming characters. Yet Into the Nexus also constantly surprises with a ton of new ideas that are never overused.