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. The most evident change (the one that bugs me) is the 'Start' screen for Going Commando. Both the Sly & Jak/Daxter clips were cut, leaving out perhaps the true reasons why Ratchet looks so frustrated playing with his controller.
Summary: This collection is awesome it includes three great games and many hours of gameplay.And the HD and 60 fps really improve the experience of these games. The flaws is that the first one is a little outdated and the collection doesn't include ratchet deadlocked. But deadlocked will be released on the playstation store and this collection is only $30 not $40 like most.
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. Whether a longtime fan or someone who has never played the franchise, just get Tools of Destruction and A Crack in Time (probably can get both for the same price as this), and you'll have pretty much the full gamut of R&C...
Summary: With all of the violence and blood shed in games these days, Ratchet and Clank is a welcome departure. Of course, I don't mind a good old fashioned shooter, and there is shooting in this game, but my daughters love the game. I would recommend it to anyone.