One of the most consistent game franchises around would have to be Insomniac's Ratchet & Clank series. Each progressive title has managed to add new elements while maintaining an excellent balance of humor and solid gameplay that define the series. Many fans were a bit disappointed that Ratchet: Deadlocked focused on shooting without platforming and puzzle elements, but Kotaku is happy to say after spending quite a bit of time with a preview build that the series has returned to its roots with the upcoming Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters for the PSP.
Rafael Christian from Bit Cultures writes:
"In the past couple of decades video game graphics have evolved in incredible ways. Today, we will be checking out Ratchet & Clank which started in 2002. Enjoy the evolution of graphics!"
PSLS: "With over 10 entries in the series, it can be hard to decide which is the best Ratchet and Clank game. We’re up for the task, though, and it made sense to rank the series from best to worst with the upcoming PS4 [reboot] out tomorrow"
VGChartz's William D'Angello: "Today we take a look at the top 10 best-selling games for yet another platform. Up to this point we have looked at the original PlayStation, the Nintendo 64, the PlayStation 2, the original Xbox, the GameCube, and the Nintendo DS. This week we are taking a look at Sony's first handheld, the PSP.
The PSP is the ninth best-selling video game platform in history and the fourth best-selling handheld in gaming history. It is also the best-selling handheld not released by Nintendo. It sold 80.82 million units in its lifetime."