Summary: ratchet and clank was one of the frist platformers ever played on the ps2 now there is some improvements needed for this game frist was averagely easy but what was unpilling about the gameplay is the about the wepons the game wepons was not creative also some are pretty useless also is hard to select your wepons like when you have the selections of wepons you can use they just dont stop dureing changeing it kept going on.
Summary: This game was, great, and deserves to be one of the ps2's mascots, but I found it lacking. The world's, although diverse, are far too linear for most people. There are almost no side missions to complete, pretty much everything is related to the storyline. The only thing really to look forward to is finding the gold bolts.
Summary: Well after playing the spyro series all the way though, I was looking for something just like it, luckily Ratchet and Clank filled that gap. there's basic melee moves, upgradable weapons,as well as a variety of weapons to use at your disposal. problem is to obtain the weapons you must have plenty of money to purchase them, which means running everywhere to go get the bolts scattered all around the different worlds, as well as running errands for people.
Summary: I love all of the ratchet and clanks ever made (except size matters.) and they're all spectacular! The length of the game though is about a five. The controls are really easy to learn, but sometimes if your pressing to fast it'll skip what you pressed. It's challenge is an eight and the last level is alot harder then the other last levels (I mean getting to Drek.
Summary: If you liked jak and sly then (besides jak) ratchet is one of the best games i have ever played. it has lots of guns, lots of enemeys, and lots of planets for you and ONLY you. the enemeys get very challenging towards the end of the game. the controls are very easy to get used to and the interface has every thing you need on it. the length of the game is pretty long and drives you through the story. the graphics are ok...but i have seen better (jak).