It’s no secret that I hate the Ratchet & Clank Future games on the PS3. I hate to be that guy, but they just barely hold a candle to original three games on the PS2 with creative levels, insane weapons, and actual sense of difficulty. Yeah, that’s right, I said it. So you can imagine the sound I made when Sony announced today on their blog that the Ratchet & Clank Collection would be hitting our favorite black clunky box this fall in celebration of the dynamic duo’s 10th anniversary. God, has it really been that long?
The collection is going to feature Ratchet & Clank, Going Commando (my personal favorite), and Up Your Arsenal in full 1080p, 3D support, trophies, and most surprisingly multiplayer. Yeah, remember the awesome multiplayer in Up Your Arsenal? Probably not, because who was honestly using their PS2 online at that time? But if you played it, you knew it was awesome, and you can rejoice knowing that it will live again on the PSN. Leaving me to wonder if they’re gonna implement the whole Online Pass thing for that game too… ugh.
Anyways, you can look for the game in the US this fall (and this Spring in Europe) with Sony promising more treats for American gamers to coincide with the anniversary. Ooh, I can’t wait!
John-Charles is an avid video game enthusiast who loves games with strong story, smart design, and a lick of fun. He's very hopeful for the future where others are doubtful and looks back on retro games with fond memories. With a long history with games, both old and new, he tends to Defaullt Prime's veritable museum of games, The Bitereon Collection, with a new entry every week. He's also a studying engineer turned communications with an eye for design. He also thinks cartoons are neat.
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It's no secret that I hate the Ratchet & Clank Future games on the PS3. I hate to be that guy, but they just barely hold a candle to original three games on the PS2 with creative levels, insane weapons, and actual sense of difficulty. Yeah, that's right, I said it. So you can imagine the sound I m