Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters reviewed by IGN

The PS2 port of Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters is passable but IGN can't strongly recommend it to anyone. Even though the gameplay in its purest form is enjoyable, there are too many problems bundled on top that will dilute your enjoyment. Ratchet fans will be much better off playing a different iteration of the series. Even though there is a significant price difference, PS3 owners looking to try out the Ratchet experience should absolutely play Tools of Destruction instead. Otherwise, Size Matters should only be played by devoted, hardcore enthusiasts who couldn't play the original version on the PSP.

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skynidas3331d ago (Edited 3331d ago )

This score is because it is not developed by Insomniac , is developed by High Impact Games

Regret3331d ago

It's becouse it's port. Nothing else.

skynidas3331d ago

Yeah i know is a port but it should have been handed to a better company to handle the port, or port it by themselves

barom3331d ago

lol the PSP version got a good score. It was also developed by High Impact Games.

This was just a bad port. It wasn't a bad game. Probably rushed.

TrevorPhillips3331d ago

that reminds me i might get this game when i get my ps3 soon :)

Counter_ACT3331d ago

Shame. They rated the PSP Version 9.0/10... it's a shame they'd messed up the port so badly.

sumfood4u3331d ago

it be a crime if was higher!

RecSpec3331d ago

Pretty good on the psp, looks like it wasn't able to make the jump in one piece.

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