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Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters
Game Over Online
4 April 2015
Excerpt: Ratchet & Clank have made it into some very hallowed territory. In this day and age of over-muscled protagonists, sci-fi warriors, and violent criminal "heroes," you don't get too many talking animal characters, barring movie adaptations, of course.
Excerpt: As with so many PlayStation 2 franchises, Ratchet & Clank are also making the jump to the PlayStation Portable. Developed by High Impact Games, Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters doesn’t really try to reinvent the franchise, but it features all of the things that made it a success in the first place.
Excerpt: In need of enhancement. When writing about Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters , it would be easy to rehash the old games, pop in a few Viagra or Enzyte jokes, and slather the review with innuendo. Instead, I’ll keep this clean.
Pros: Compelling plot, Weapon power-ups, Unlockable overdose, Bland graphics, Skyboarding... never again, It's all been done... and better.
Excerpt: Any Ratchet and Clank game bares comparison to Jak and Daxter, and visa versa. They both feature an unlikely duo of ledge leaping madcap protagonists, and subsequently manage to attract much attention for their similarities.
Conclusion: Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters is not a groundbreaking game. It won’t change the way you look at platformers, and it won’t inspire a generation of young gamers. But it’s a well-done, good-looking, and most of all fun game, and it really shows off what the PSP is capable of.
Pros: Great graphics, Wicked weapons, Multiple mini-games
Conclusion: In the end, it is really difficult not to just sit back and be impressed with the several accomplishments that Ratchet and Clank have made over the past and what it continues to do here on the PSP. Size Matters is one of those games that really just are bound to impress anyone who picks it up.
Conclusion: Overall, though, Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters is a great PSP game that faithfully duplicates the Ratchet & Clank experience in a handheld format. Anyone on the hunt for a rock-solid action game will find plenty to like in Size Matters.
Pros: Good sense of humor, Quality single-player adventure, Plenty of weapon add-ons and enhancements.
Cons: Multiplayer is uninteresting, Camera control is funky, Sound effects are lacking.
Excerpt: world; pint-sized though it may be, it still manages to cram double-digit hours of exploration in the single-player game (provided you run through things twice, which I'll get to in a bit). includes an online multiplayer component that would do the series proud.