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How Ratchet & Clank's PlayStation 4 Remake Nails The PlayStation 2 Throwback

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by Payton Knobeloch December 20, 2016 @ 11:00 AM
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Sony’s PlayStation 2 was my first concrete foray into console gaming. And as the highest selling console of all time, I’d think it’s safe to say it was for a lot of other boys and girls my age. With such a wide berth of titles available, from the mascot platformer to the military shooter to the… Katamari, there was something for everyone. And that’s where Insomniac’s 2016 remaster/re-imagining/movie tie-in Ratchet & Clank comes in.

Ratchet and Clank Review (PS4)

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by Danny Saya April 19, 2016 @ 11:00 AM
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The Ratchet and Clank series has been around long enough to earn a number entries for the franchise. While most of them have been the third-person action platformers the series is known for, there have been outliers throughout the years. Games like Ratchet and Clank: All 4 one and Full Frontal Assault added things like drop-in drop-out co-op and tower defense elements to deviate from the formula. This year's revisiting of Ratchet and Clank attempts to take the series back to its roots, while also tying into the upcoming movie that retells the events of the first game. Ratchet and Clank isn’t a remaster or a direct remake of the original because of it. More than anything the changes made in this reboot have improved on what made the first game so memorable.

Sunset Overdrive's New Achievement Is a Glass Case of Emotion

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by Alex Langley February 16, 2015 @ 12:33 PM
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Insomniac's Sunset Overdrive is about a lot of things. Shooting mutants. Doing sicknasty tricks. Saying the f-word a lot. One thing it's generally not about, however, is exploring the spectrum of human emotion. With the new "D'awwwwww" achievement, things are about to get a whole lot warm-and-fuzzier.