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Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters Member Review for the PSP

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06/17/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Action 
PLAYERS 1- 4 
PUBLISHER Sony 
DEVELOPER High Impact Studios 
RELEASE DATE  
E10+ Contains Animated Blood, Fantasy Violence

What do these ratings mean?

Your size does not matter when your playing this game. Its the size of your guns and thats what this game gives you. Lets get down to buisness this game starts out (according to my opinion) weird. It basically contradicts itself. Well guess what nobody cares you just wanna blow things up (well at least I do) Graphics From first glance the graphics looks fine. When things start blowin up it looks good. Lets take an example water. You can see water ripples well at least i could. This proves that they did some little details. Faces you can clearly see their faces so again they put in some good little details. Basically the graphics are well put together sometimes they dont look that great but who cares. Gameplay We all know how Ratchet and Clank works blow it all up. Guess what its not just that. You can go through key holes and well thats basically the only other gameplay in it. They have a good ammount of guns they are fun to upgrade. You will have a great deal blowing things up with diffrent guns . Its like other games but its fun cuz they are new guns. Guess what? Now you can customize your armor. You can do full sets and sets you can make yourself for better effects. Characters You can only play as Ratchet and once again Clank. Clank can be normal sized and super sized (The game name can hint at it) Thats it why you can't play as anybody else well because then it would be too weird. Get over it. It isn't a model show. Your blowing things up not wearing dresses; Multiplayer Infustructure or ad-hoc. At least they have both. It doesn't matter what you play cuz its great fun. They are only four maps, three modes and a few guns. You can customize all settings to make it fun. Only four people can play in one game you can do teams or free for all and you have a buddy list. The online's not great but it can get you out of boredom. Replay Value After you beat the game you can start over from the beginning or you can warp back from before you kill the final boss. If you start over from beginning you still have all your stuff and can buy super versions of your wepons and upgrade those. The replay value is good to play over and over again. Well basically this game is awsome not the greatest but its fun. It has it's flaws but there are more goodsides then those. This is the end of the review why are you still reading. Go buy this game and play it. Well aren't you going to get it? Hurry up go buy it. This is officaly the end stop reading it and go away. Good bye.


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