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Submitted by blainio09 849d ago | review

Gamers@Play's Ratchet and Clank: Q-Force Review

Ratchet & Clank Q-Force is the new addition in the series from Insomniac games. This is however quite a different style game from what fans of the series are quite used too. The game is like a tower defence game were you must protect a designated base while also trying to capture other bases situated around each of the levels. There are a total of 5 levels in the game & the focus is based more on the multiplayer aspect of the series. This works really well as the game is fun to play with exploring each of the environments & obtaining the vast amount of destructive weapons to blow your enemies out of the sky. Although this a fun game to play as it still manages to retain alot of the familiar style humour that fans of the series have become accustomed to over the years… (PS3, Ratchet & Clank Q-Force) 7.5/10

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