Reviews and Problems with Ratchet & Clank: Tools Of Destruction
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This game is awesome!
Artey , GameStop
10 February 2014
Summary: This is one of the best Ratchet and Clank games ever! Not only that, but this game is one of the best Playstation - Only games ever! I recommend this game to anybody who likes Platform/Adventure/Shooting games!
Summary: The first iteration of the series to hit the ps3 system rocked! I loved every moment of it. The art was an amazing feature in the game, and the weapons get bigger and better all through. I loved how this time if you wanted the RYNO you needed to search though the game for the Holo-Plans to unlock it. It is my all time favorite weapon.
Summary: I bought R & C at the same time as GTA4 & Condemned and I have to say, those 2 haven't had a look in. Beautiful graphics, great gameplay and a game with a sense of humour. Haven't had so much fun since Bioshock. HIGHLY recommended for all ages!
Summary: Ratchet and Clank Future: Tools of Destrucion is a great mix of everything you would want in a game: action/adventure, comedy, fun and challenging battles, and a great storyline. The ending is amazing and keeps you in suspence to buy the sequel and see what happens. This game offers you an amazing experience, one that you won't forget.
Summary: The Ratchet and Clank series has been a childhood favorite of mine, and I felt terrible when the PS3 games came out because I didn't have one back then. Now that I have one, I got this one for my birthday, and I can say this is one; if not the best, Ratchet and clank game. Luckily with the jump to another system the gameplay is still intact, and feels as great as it did back then. The animation is pure eye candy, and does not get in the way of playing the game.
Summary: If you've played Ratchet and Clank 3 think that but shinier on the PS3. The gameplay is essentially the same which is fine because it is a near perfect mix of platforming and shooting. The enemies and planets you visit vary and the story is good to. It also introduces the villian of Captain Slag, a side villian that manages to outdo the game's main antagonist Emperor Tachyon in charm and making him strangely likeable for a selfish robot space pirate.
Summary: I just love this game, even though there is no trophies, the game was fantastic. Even though there is no online, even though there is no multiplayer, these things don't matter when everything else that was included was done superbly, the weapon level ups (except the omni-wrench), the variety of weapons, the humor, etc. Sure the ending wasn't great, but the game play was fantastic.