Reviews and Problems with Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters
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5 April 2011
Summary: Its pretty much like the ps2 games but there is more stuff so a Ratchet and Clank fan should buy it. It might be fun for others to but the ps2 games are better for non-Ratchet and Clanks fans.
Summary: This game was extremely hyped for psp and has received a lot of praise and positive reviews since. The game offers platforming, shooting, puzzle solving, racing, and plenty of upgrades as incentives to keep playing. However, 5 hours into the game, I can't help but feel let down - everything feels like it needs more polish. To start, the graphics and environments are extremely bland, solid color backgrounds and roads with very few objects or pieces in view.
Summary: Having been a fan of ratchet and clank since the very first game on the ps2 all those years ago, I kind of had doubts that this game would live up to the quality of the rest of the saga. However, it appears as though I was wrong! The game is brilliant! I can say this with assurance as I have just played it for two hours non stop, I could not put it down! The story line is a bit tedious now but that's what you can expect from a game saga that has had many games.
Summary: A decent game to spend a couple of hours, the only problems are its short lengh, repetitive nature and lack of options. Having said that i do recommend it as a standered game to have, although if you can rent it do.
An Adventure That's Big And Small? What the deuce?!
Matthew Stoneman "90's Guy", amazon.co.uk
14 December 2010
Summary: Picture this. You're a hero; you've saved the galaxy numerous times; and now you're in the middle of enjoying a nice relaxing vacation, only to be once again called upon to save the day. That's the scenario facing Ratchet and his robot pal Clank in Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters, the PSP game developed by High Impact Games and released in 2007.
Summary: Great service and great product, hours of enjoyment for both little and big kids over the holidays with this game. I prefer playing on the big screen using the connectors we bought for PSP to TV, but the kids just like it as is.