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.
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We have never been so impressed by a movie-based game as we have with the new Ratchet & Clank title coming to PS4.
The Hollywood debut of Ratchet and Clank now has a theatrical release date, as well as a star-studded cast.
Sony has unveiled the theatrical trailer of 'Ratchet & Clank,' and made a big announcement for fans of the original game.
It's Insomniac Games' 20th anniversary, y'all! To celebrate, they've unveiled that the Ratchet and Clank HD Trilogy will be coming to PlayStation Vita soon.
Our favorite gun-wielding anthropomorphic cat with his trusty, robotic backpack/sidekick could possibly returning for a beautiful rendition on the PS Vita.
After more than a decade of starring in their own video game franchise, Ratchet and Clank are headed to the big screen for an original animated feature.