Review by James Hamer-Morton:
"I'm fed up of hating on games. When you're lucky enough to review a highly anticipated game there's the element of hype around it that means you'll often have to take a step back before slapping a ten on a product in case you've been drawn into the hype machine surrounding it; if we didn't love games, we wouldn't be doing this. Unfortunately that means it's often down to me to point out the faults in some otherwise damn good games, so what a great opportunity for me, to review a game I thought that there was no way they could screw up. Ratchet & Clank: Quest for Booty.
In the franchise's decent history I've been pleasantly surprised with just about every iteration thrown my way. R&C Future Tools of Destruction is the only other to be released on the PS3 and as a fun, varied, well rounded, replayable and beautiful entry, it was an easy 9/10 for me. Now, borrowing the same engine (and many of the assets), this currently only PSN downloadable title (Blu-Ray version coming soon) extends the cliffhanger, throws us a few new levels and asks a tenner for the privilege. The good news? It's just as fun and looks just as good."