Reviews and Problems with Ratchet & Clank: Tools Of Destruction
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27 July 2013
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: 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.
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.
Summary: what makes this game a masterpiece is not just the beautiful graphics or the exciting plot line. The fun characters keep it going but what really impresses me is the diversity of each level. I have played this game for over 7 hours & each level looks completely different from the next.
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...
Summary: Of the Ratchet&Clank series we start off with the time arc trilogy which gave Clank a major point in the games as he was the major objective. This was the start of the trilogy followed by Quest For Booty and the finale A Crack in Time all which were interwoven nicely.
Summary: I've been a R&C fan since the first game came out, and I'm still a fan. Tools of Destruction, however, was a bit of a disappointment for me. Over all I still enjoyed the game, but I felt that it was inferior to most of the previous titles. The story line was original, but not very engaging.