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Yesterday, while cleaning up my media center, I found my copy of Ratchet & Clank: Into The Nexus, which I bought sometime before Christmas last year. I had been pretty excited about this game pre-release, what with it being the first "traditional", albeit shorter than usual,...

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PLATFORM: PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable) system and Nintendo DS
RELEASE DATE: August 2008
DEVELOPER: Silverbirch Studios
PUBLISHER: Atari, Inc.
CATEGORY: Action/Platformer
ESRB RATING: E for Everyone

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:
An update to the beloved and award winning flash-game N; N+ brings the action platformer to the Sony PSP and Nintendo DS with all the features of the cult favorite and more. Faithfully translating the old-school look and action of the online game to the DS and PSP, N+ will have players leaping and avoiding obstacles using the excellent physics and collision detection while they scour each level for as much gold as they can reach before finding the switch and opening the door to the next challenging level.

N+ will have all the features that fans have come to love; hundreds of built in levels, an integrated level editor and downloadable content in the form of new level sets. New features like cooperative and competitive multiplayer modes and level sharing over the ad-hoc PSP and wireless DS connections will expand upon the gameplay possibilities inherent in the original flash game.

PRODUCT FEATURES:

• Hundreds of Built in Levels – The single player game has 200 levels to explore. 100 “co-op” and 50 “versus” levels for exclusive multiplayer gameplay.

• Networked Content – Download new maps from the N server; design new maps and show off your slick ninja moves.

• Level Editor – Design maps and share them with friends or the world using the integrated level editor and the ad-hoc or infrastructure modes of the Sony PSP and the Nintendo Wi-fi connection on the DS.

• Multiplayer and Playlisting – Explore various modes of multiplayer play both coop and competitive. Download or design new multiplayer maps and arenas then switch up the action by creating playlists of your favorite multiplayer levels.
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