Review: Ratchet & Clank: A Crack in Time

It all started with a wrench. Ratchet could not move and throw the wrench at the same time. Honest. Reminds you of Resident Evil, huh? But you need not fear much; all of that has been remedied. In Ratchet & Clank: A Crack in Time, Ratchet can throw the wrench while he moves, the environments are more destructible, the script is funnier, Captain Copernicus Qwark is still the man and the Clank levels are not boring anymore. And yes, all of this at 60 frames per second. Well, most of the time anyway.

GOTY Winners: Best Use of Co-op

While the single-player campaign may have left a lot to be desired, co-op has been the biggest selling point for Resistance 2, Insomniac’s PS3-exclusive first-person shooter. The class-based co-operative mode allows up to 8 players to take to various maps and complete objectives that change on the fly. The co-op mode carried forward the large […]