PalGN writes: "Last year's Ratchet and Clank: Tools of Destruction came just at the right time for the PS3, as the system was really looking to show off some of its exclusives. Despite a cliff-hanger ending, we thoroughly enjoyed the game. In a rather interesting move, developers Insomniac Games have thrown the fans a bone in the form of a downloadable 'episode'. Ratchet and Clank: Quest for Booty is only available over the PlayStation Network and clocks in at just over three gigabytes. However, it comes at the drastically reduced price tag of $AU23.95.
The reason for the downloadable medium and the price is that this is not quite a full game. Quest for Booty picks up pretty much exactly where Tools of Destruction left players. That is, Ratchet is searching for the whereabouts of a kidnapped Clank. The story briefly has you re-encountering the robot pirate crew headed by Captain Slag and Rusty Pete. Petey happens to be the narrator this time around as well. While somewhat brief and lacking personalities such as Quark and Clank himself, the story is full of the accustomed humour and is thoroughly entertaining for as long as it lasts."