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So I walk in at the tail end of the speech being given by Insomniac’s CEO Ted Price and my ears prick up at the phrase “new landscapes to explore”.

And now I am automatically intrigued. This is a pretty big statement to make considering the vast array of games out there….but then again we’re also talking about the same company that brought us Spyro The Dragon, Ratchet & Clank and Resistance.

Let’s take a bit of a backward step for a second and do a quick assessment. Both Spyro and Ratchet are fun games, well designed, highly addictive and non-ageist, (a phrase I use when describing games that the general populace would see as just a kids game but is quite accessible to all ages and therefore being non-ageist). (Fuse, PS3, Xbox 360)

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