Reviews and Problems with Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters
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Not that good
H. Kang, Amazon
8 November 2011
Summary: I didin't really like this game. The gameplay is pretty repetetive. Alot of the gameplay is shooting. The story is good though, because of interesting ideas like Ratchet being inside a dream. Its kind of a strange story. This game is not worth buying.
Summary: This is my least favorite ratchet and clank game i don't like the weapons they give you and it seems that the bullets just don't do much damage. The last boss fight can be difficult if you aren't good at ducking and weaving sometimes i have ran out of ammo and started throwing my wrench at him. Despite all this I still love it because it is ratchet and clank puzzles are still fun got the great arena matches and a good story.
Summary: As a parent, I'm not excited about Sony's incessant use of double-meanings in the game titles of the Ratchet & Clank series. My kids don't get them, of course, but I find that I have to explain the double meaning to them to keep them from using those phrases inappropriately (however unknowingly) in front of grandparents and other adults. Imagine my pride when my kids talk about "Size Matters" in the same sentence as "Going Commando"...
Summary: Okay, so I'm 40 years old and a woman... I love video games. I especially love the Rachet and Clank video games. They're cute and they're usually fun to play. Where's the downside? Unfortunately, this particular Ratchet and Clank is only okay. The whole family loves Rachet and Clank, so my sons 17th birthday was coming up (Sept 2010) and I went to Amazon to see what new video games there were available for him.
Summary: This game felt like the smallest of the PS2 R&Cs. Not as many worlds to explore before the final battle. By then you won't mind so much since you have been fighting against the camera as well as the enemies. If you like R&C and can get this game cheap, go ahead.
Summary: I'm a huge Ratchet & Clank fan who owns all their games to date. Size Matters, on the PS2, is by far the worst of them all, no question in my mind. The graphics are actually not as bad as everyone says they are. I'm playing this on a 42" LCD and it doesn't look terrible for a PSP port. Not as good as the other R&C titles on the PS2, but it's not terrible. I don't have a big problem with the controls either. It plays almost exactly like all the other games..
Summary: I am a gammer 24/7 and 80% of it are on ratchet and clank games. I'm disappointed with this game. For one thing its not made by insomniac games. the graphics you can tell are from PSP and are blocky. It does come with progressive scan and surround sound options but it doesn't make much of a difference. I have 100% all ratchet and clank games except this one. Not because its hard but because its boring and not worth it to do it.
Summary: I was very eager to purchase this game when I heard it was coming out. I wanted to play it when I heard it came out for the PSP, but was not going to run out and buy one just for one game. I purchased it, ran home to play it and sat back rather disappointed. The game play is choppy and there are glitches I have always thought that the R&C empire was above. One of the most notable things about the series is it has some of the smoothest gameplay available for the PS2.
Summary: To people who say this game is "unplayable"... are we playing the same thing? There are games out there far worse than this one that are still playable; games with completely borked controls, choppy frame rate and glitches galore. I gave this game a high rating because I feel that ultimately, other reviewers aren't really being fair. That, and I'm biased towards R&C. I have also managed to enjoy things that are far more broken than Size Matters.
Summary: Yes, we have another PSP to PS2 port on our hands with Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters. Sadly though, the usual enjoyment that often accompanies the games in Sony's series is pretty diluted here, as this port is quite disappointing in terms of its overall quality. First off, the game looks pretty bad, as nothing was done to enhance the original game's graphics engine.