Reviews and Problems with Ratchet & Clank: Quest for Booty
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Kinda missing most of the fun of Ratchet & Clank
Amazon Customer, Amazon
10 September 2014
Summary: I'll keep it brief. I like the explorability and weapons play of the Ratchet games and loved every game of the original series and both Tools of destruction and Crack in Time from the future series.
Summary: Too short. No secret skill points and very little incentive to explore. Guns upgrade but do not evolve to get new functionality. New game plus is replaced with a frustratingly steep difficulty setting.
Summary: A lot of fun but way way too short. If you take your time, you might be able to milk an hour or two out of this game. Overall, I'd say it is a waste of money. The player has no choice about what weapons they have or what location they end up at.
Summary: This game has no gold bolts or RYNO part to find. It is difficult for the sake of being difficult, especially in the battle on the beach. It has a lot of very dark scenes that just get tedious. You can't jump as well as in the other games because Clank is missing. It is also very short.
Summary: I'm 60 years old and I love the Ratchet games. I figured downloading Q4B for PS3 was a no-brainer, but was I wrong! This is the state of downloadable games - you get through the first level and move on to trying to fix the "wind turbines" - and that's as far as I could stomach it!
Summary: This game hasn't improved on any of the previous games, if anything it's gone backwards. It's not really a proper game, just an apparent time-filler, which isn't a good one. The storyline is just a stretched out version of part of the Tools of Destruction prequel.
Summary: I recently purchased a PS3 console and bought a few games. I remembered Ratchet and Clank being one of my favourite games when I played on the PS2 a long time ago. After playing the game for just 1 day I've completed the whole game and got all guns.
Summary: I, like a few other reviewers, have followed the ratchet & clank games since 2002 when the series first came out. Having played from the first game recently, I finally bought myself a ps3 and played 'tools of destruction' which was great (apart from the annoying girly sidekick, but that's probably...