Summary: The game is basically a fun but very brief extension of Tools of Destruction. Graphics are the same, weapons are the same, etc. Story takes off where TOD ended, and doesn't develop all that much, beyond explaining the origins of Dr Nefarious. If you are playing the entire Ratchet And Clank Future series, this game acts as a nice bridge between TOD and CIT. But it is very short, and to buy it over $10 would be a waste of money.
Summary: I expected a longer game, it' s quite short. The story and graphics are OK. I think it's too expensive for the short length of the game (I finished it in 2 days). Actually you don't need to play it to know what happened to Clank because on Ratchet & Clank: A crack in time you have an intro and it tells what happens in Quest of Booty. If I knew this I wouldn't have bought it.
Summary: This game added a few cool features to the arsenal BUT I beat it fully in less then 5 hours.... I am in NO way a hardcore gamer and I breezed through this. This equates to the game being very very short... There are some pretty cool intense battles that take place and the normal humor from the series is there... I just feel this is one game that should have been offered at a BIG discount from the normal series due to how short the game play is....
Summary: I thought I was getting a pretty good price for this game - and maybe I did - but I thought that this was a full-length game. It is a mini-game (or whatever you would like to call it) and my son completed the game in a couple of hours. He is a big fan so it was worth it for him and he enjoyed it.
Summary: When I ordered this game I didn't read that it was a mini series meaning that it only takes a couple of hours to finish. You only get a couple of weapons that you can't upgrade as much as you want but that can be expect because it's such a short game. This games inexpensive but I still think that for what it is they should lower the price.