Reviews and Problems with Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando
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14 September 2013
Summary: Everything you loved about Ratchet & Clank (except for Mikey Kelley) returns in this stunning sequel to the original. Ratchet 2's strength lies in its absolutely fantastic gunplay, a dramatic improvement over the sloppy mess of it's predecessor, and the game is not afraid to flaunt it with numerous...
Summary: For those of you looking into the archives of noteworthy games you may have missed for the PS2, Ratchet & Clank Going Commando is a game that must be played. Ninja Gaiden for the XBOX is my personal favorite for all time best action/platforming game. God of War is a close second.
Summary: Its a nice game but lacks the flavor of the previous R&C series. The environments aren't as lush and you find yourself wanting to simply follow the story to its conclusion rather than enjoying the play as much as the previous editions. Although I did enjoy it, I'd say it was an 8/10 in my book.
If you like great action with an extensive variety of gameplay styles from different genres, this game is worth playing.
Kaleb Grace, Amazon
18 May 2006
Summary: The amalgamation of video game genres is nothing new, but the unique combinations that are the result of this process continue to be known as some as the best and brightest. The original Ratchet & Clank was known for its fusion of platforming and gun-fighting action.
Summary: Ratchet and Clank have returned, and this time they're going commando. Mr. Fizwedget, the leader of Megacorp aka Qwark, who pretends to be nice, orders Ratchet and Clank to find an experiment that the "unknown" thief [it's a girl!] has stolen. The adventure put into this game is incredible.
Summary: I finished this game in a little over 2 months, which is amazingly fast for me. Its very similar to the first game. You get more glitches in the camera views with this one though. The newer weapons, with the upgrades, are pretty cool.
Summary: There are only a few sequels that end up good (i.e. Riven, the sequel to Myst). This happens to be one of them (not that I've played the first one). It isn't educational at all, but it's not bad.