Reviews and Problems with Ratchet & Clank: Quest for Booty
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15 May 2013
Summary: I agree with IGN's review of the game on this. Its a bitesized chunk of Ratchet gamplay bujt because its been shortend its missing something. Its hard to pinpoint because in theory its got all the makings of a great ratchet game but somehow just doesn't get there.
Summary: *** Before I get into the review for this title, please take note. A physical disk copy of this game is a PAL copy of the game. The game is available on the Playstation Network (in North America) for just $14.99.
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.
Summary: This is a very short game, but there is still some fun to be had. My favorite part of Ratchet and Clank games has always been the weapons. Its a shame that weapons seem to take a backseat in this game, to platforming. Its still very fun, albeit short. Its just not a classic Ratchet and Clank game.
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.
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...
Just buy Into the Nexus new and save yourself the pain of buying this new.
5 February 2009
Summary: Ok, so I got the digital copy with my Into the Nexus game, and I wrote a review on that, but let me reiterate things here. I love Ratchet and Clank, and Insomniac tends to deliver with their games, but Quest for Booty fell short.