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Submitted by FrustratedFury 830d ago | review

ZTGD | Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault Review

Ken McKown writes: It’s hard to believe, but Ratchet and Clank is now a decade old, with ten titles already under its belt. So the question quickly becomes, “where do you go from here?” Most character-focused platform games hang up their jumping boots in favor of kart racing, or the occasional sports game, but Insomniac Games have decided to try a different approach for everyone’s favorite Lombax. Full Frontal Assault combines the characters from the Ratchet games, with a mesh of tower defense and the series’ signature shooting. What we end up with is a game that struggles to find balance among its concepts. (PS3, Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault) 6.0/10

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