Videogamer writes: "I'm a big fan of the Ratchet & Clank games. The third PS2 game ranks as one of the best action games on the console and the debut PS3 effort, Tools of Destruction, is thrilling to play and stunning to look at. Last year's portable entry in the series, the aptly named Size Matters, also proved to be well worth the time of any Ratchet & Clank fan, but sadly something went wrong when brining it to the PS2. A combination of awkward controls and higher expectations make this the weakest game in the series to date.
Anyone familiar with the PSP game will find the exact same game on the PS2. Ratchet and partner in crime Clank are having a well needed holiday when their peace is interrupted by a little girl. As innocent as it sounds, she's soon captured and the duo are back fighting enemies across the galaxy. It's not the best plot you'll find in the Ratchet & Clank games, but does offer a decent dose of fun and many familiar characters."