Summary: There have been a lot of Ratchet and Clank games in the last decade or so. Well here we have Ratchet Deadlocked where you control Ratchet of course and you are accompanied by two floating robots who help you out. It is a good game and it runs in progressive scan if you have component cables and it also features 16:9 widescreen support also. Just go buy it.
Summary: I just recently picked this one up to finish of my play through of the original series. It was good game but i felt it was a disappointment of some levels. It was a short game not to difficult and wasn't as good as the rest of them. There was no clank involved in the game which is disappointing and their was barely any platforming sections. The story was less intriguing then the rest of the games, not to say it was bad though.
Summary: Ratchet: Deadlocked for the PS2 was not what I expected. I played for 3 1/2 hours and I already beat the game once. One thing the it has over a lot of games is that after the kill Vox you can replay the story mode with all your weapons and bolts. The best part of the game is the storyline. I mean your placed on a game show. It's an amazing idea. Another awesome thing in the game in Dallas and Juanita. They are hilarious. Another set of side characters are Merc and Green.
Some things are improved, while some things are downgraded.
Galaxy Wolf, Amazon
27 January 2007
Summary: Ratchet: Deadlocked is the fourth game in the Ratchet and Clank series on the Playstation 2. This time, the game has changed in multiple ways: Clank no longer is with you on your adventures (instead he just gives you advice with your missions and stuff), There are fewer weapons than before, "Mods" have improved greatly and can be customized and bought (many different types), and in order to unlock new planets, you must earn "Dreadpoints.