Articles tagged with: Ratchet & Clank
Aside from its spectacular graphics, the Ratchet & Clank series has been known for its quirky humor throughout. Not to be outdone by its brethren, the latest trailer for A Crack in Time gives you helpful pointers on how to spot a super villain…
SCEA got some time to speak recently with James Stevenson, Community Manager at Insomniac Games.
James was was kind enough to walk them through some brand new Axiom City gameplay in Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time.
All we want to see, of course, is what the weapons look like in the latest R&CF title. So do we get our wish?
New screens from Ratchet & Clank’s next cosmic outing have appeared on NeoGAF along with some footage and a smattering of interesting tidbits about the game’s performance.
The devil is in the details and, first up, it’s confirmed that the game is at 720p resolution and runs at a constant 60 of your human frames per second.
The Ratchet & Clank series have always been about exploration and collecting. Up until now, this feature has been targeted at the various worlds that the duo explore. Space has always been seen as just a glimpse from the cockpit of your ship or as a brief shooter style level in which you are hindered to a set path.
With A Crack in Time, you’ll be able to take full control over your spacecraft and travel wherever you wish to go; exploring moons, asteroid belts, and whatever other surprises you might find.
We’ve always known Clank was more than just the sum of his parts.
Check out this new trailer from Gamescom as we dig into the hidden past of the robotic half of the universe’s greatest duo.
Also on show is some cool humour, luscious graphics and, as always, Insomniac’s renown story-telling ability.
Broadcasting on the first and third Thursday of every month (so not actually matching with the lunar cycle), Insomniac’s “Full Moon Show” podcast is a way for the studio to connect with its fans, answer some questions and basically goof around for nearly an hour.
Revealed on the podcast is just what Insomniac’s new studio over in South Carolina are up to.
With hints in the past that the new division would be focusing on their own titles, the podcast confirms that the new game is not a Resistance or a Ratchet entry and is “a lot of fun”, if not a long way off.
If a picture if worth a thousand words we’re assuming the image of a ratchet wielding lombax and his hovering robotic side-kick is worth, what? About a million?
See for yourselves by checking out the packshot for Ratchet & Clank: A Crack in Time.
Also, if you’re interested in what it looks like in Italian, check out the following stream over at Insomniac’s flickr page.
Thanks to the guys over at Joystiq, we’ve got our first glance at some new gameplay features set to entice fans in the latest edition of the consistently stellar platformer series: Ratchet & Clank.
With a sub-title of “A Crack in Time”, it’s no surprise to see the characters in the latest game poking their hands into the space/time continuum and making a few tweaks to their benefit.
Insomniac are at Comic-Con09 showcasing everyone’s favourite lombax and metal side-kick, Ratchet & Clank. Check out some new screens on offer of the duo’s latest adventure: A Crack In Time.
There really is no reason to not pre-order Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crak in Time, after all, you’re probably going to be purchasing it anyway. Our good friends over at the PlayStation.Blog have posted the various pre-order goodies you can receive from different stores.
There are a variety of weapons, costumes, and new levels to choose from. They all sound great but there’s one little problem. Which package do we want with our pre-order?
The Mag-Net Launcher. The Spiderbot Glove. The Tesla Claw. Where would Ratchet be without such imaginative and devastating weaponry?
With new episode A Crack in Time due for release this fall, the question of what new weird and wonderful additions to the plucky Lombax’s arsenal has been on everyone’s lips.
New high-quality (read: big, real big) renders of some new weapons have been released and, as always, we’ve got your back.
With the recent news that Final Fantasy VII has reached 100,000 downloads from the US PlayStation Store within a fortnight, there was only one question that sprung to our collective mind.
Could a PSOne title from 1997 actually beat the likes of current-gen darlings such as Warhawk, GT5 Prologue and Ratchet & Clank?
There’s only one way to find out…
With E3 just around the corner, we are starting to see a large number of videos, trailers and goodies released. The bods over at Insomniac are not ones to miss a trick, so we are delighted to see that they have released a trailer with gameplay footage as well as an interview with Creative Director Brian Algeier.
Ratchet and Clank: A Crack in Time is set to land on the PS3 at the end of this year and we at Attitude Towers are keeping a firm eye on how the game is progressing.
And so we were delighted when we heard (literally) that it is being hyped up to be even bigger than the previous Ratchet and Clank game on the PS3; Ratchet and Clank: Tools of Destruction.
What happens when you take two iconic PlayStation characters and combine them together? A LittleBigPlanet Ratchet and Clank Pack of course!
It was first announced unofficially if you like via the @insomniacgames twitter page on Tuesday, but now Sony have confirmed to Eurogamer that it is in fact true.
With E3 being less than a month away, expect to see a flutter of press releases coming from every direction. Sony have done us the honor of releasing the list of games they will be bringing to this years convention.
There really are no surprises in what we see. What will surprise us, though, are the secret and juicy games NOT on the list.
Did you design a weapon for Captain Qwark’s “My Blaster Runs Hot” Ratchet & Clank Future Weapon Design Contest? If not, it’s too late as the five finalists have been announced.
From a giant sticky hand to a mini Captain Qwark blaster, these are the best of the best and it is up to the publics vote to decide which weapon will be included in the final game.
The official description page for Ratchet and Clank’s next adventure has been added to PlayStation.com and with it comes details of what we can expect this fall.
New and crazy gadgets and abilities are just a few of the goodies we can expect from the developers over at Insomniac.
The game will also “answer some of the franchise fansâ€™ largest questions.” Does this mean we finally learn about Ratchet’s origins? We believe so…
Budding gun and game design enthusiasts should take special notice of Insomniac’s new Weapons Contest mentioned over at the official PS blog.
The premise is simple. Design a fresh and exciting new weapon that you believe absolutely must be part of Ratchet’s arsenal in his next adventure through time and, not only will they make a life sized replica of the piece, the winning contestant will also enjoy a a place in gaming history with their weapon actually featuring in A Crack in Time.