D+PAD Magazine writes:
Insomniac’s pairing of an intrepid Lombax and his robotic companion is one of the few platforming franchises to successfully make the transition to the current generation of consoles. Surrounded by a sea of realistic shooters of both the third and first person varieties, the Ratchet and Clank series has stood out by sheer virtue of offering something different, and doing it very well. The previous game in the series – A Crack in Time – was a high point in the duo’s history, and yet for the follow up sees Insomniac making considerable changes. It’s a risky move, and one that doesn’t fully pay off, leaving Ratchet and Clank: All 4 One as an interesting and enjoyable game that nevertheless feels slightly out if place with its contemporaries.