Brendon Linsey reports:
''There's no questioning that since its conception, Ratchet & Clank has been the best platformer around. The Lombax and his robotic pal have been in zany adventures all over the universe, and on several platforms. Secret Agent Clank marks the second time the series has appeared on the PSP, the first being Size Matters. Despite its lengthy and well-respected lineage, however, Secret Agent Clank is anything but a normal R&C game.
Fans of Ratchet & Clank are used to two things: clever writing and stories, and button-mashing, weapon-heavy combat. Secret Agent Clank features the former. As for the latter, it's no secret to say that this game isn't quite like the R&C you've grown fond of.
The biggest difference has to do with the focus on Clank. The game starts off with our tiny hero watching as his furry pal is busted for stealing the Eye of Infinity gem. Obviously he's innocent, so it's up to Clank to find out what's going on. Unfortunately, Clank has never been the brawn of the group, so unlike past games you'll have to rely more on his brain.''