A great update for the series, but lack of quality control keep it from being perfect.
Justin Lloyd, Amazon
3 January 2013
Summary: The Ratchet & Clank collection is a great addition to the Playstation 3. I've loved the series since the very first one came out. Unfortunately, after I got my 55" widescreen TV, I played the series through and it was evident how much the Playstation 2 had aged.
Summary: This trilogy of Ratchet & Clank classics contains Ratchet & Clank, Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando, and Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal - all remastered in 1080p for the PlayStation 3 with additional upgrades such as Trophy and 3D support I bought this after reading the reviews as I have never...
Summary: The classic trilogy no one can get enough of. I waited too long for this trilogy to come out on the PS3, no thanks to the lack of reverse compatibility. And almost everything from the trilogy made it to this collection. Almost.
Summary: "...now remastered in high definition" This is my first "remastered" PS2 game(s) and so I think I had my hopes up too high. I put the PS2 game on my PS2 and this on my PS3 and could see almost no change in "definition." The graphics are the PS2 graphics. The game(s) is/are the PS2 game(s).
Summary: While I love the franchise, there's no real reason to go back to the PS2 era games, unless you really need your fix of a few more Captain Qwark one-liners. A nice graphical polish, but these still look positively ancient compared to the Future titles.
Summary: Interesting to see When Ratchet Met Clank! I have already played the later PS3 R&C games so it has been interesting to see the earlier incarnations released on the PS3. So far I find these games a little simpler (naturally since later ones should be more complicated) but all the elements of the...
Excerpt: Was excited that this game had all three original games on one disc, the graphics have been re mastered and do not disappoint! Delivery could of been faster but all round very happy with product
Summary: The collection is nice but the trilogy as a whole isn't something to write home about. It's good and recommended that you play each with long breaks as they don't change up things that much with each game.