Latest info for Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time

Ratchet and Clank Future: A Crack in Time is near alpha stage and the level, Krell Canyon, will be shown at E3 2009.

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Blackcanary3435d ago

craving for this game like i'm craving Ben and Jerry's cookie Dough Ice cream.

popup3435d ago

Same here. All this info has come from the new(ish) Podcast they released a few days ago.

Blackcanary3435d ago

hearing that this game is gonna be bigger than the last one just makes me think of how much i'm gonna make sure all the weapons are upgraded to the max.

Bnet3433435d ago

Return of MP, yes baby! And for gods sake don't forget trophies this time Insomniac ... -_-

steck673435d ago

Well, since Resistance 2 had trophies I wouldnt doubt that Future 2 would have trophies. Isnt trophies mandatory now anyways?

pixelsword3435d ago

they had the first Trophies...

...skill points!

callahan093435d ago

From the article:

"Fans can also expect more variety"

Oh no! But GameSpot criticized the last one for having too much variety! Now there'll be even MORE variety?

Hah! GameSpot has changed their tune lately, though, as they've been very, very kind to PS3 games in the last year or so. They gave MGS4 game of the year last year, and they gave great scores to all the major exclusives like Resistance 2, Killzone 2, MLB 09 The Show, and InFamous. I bet that they don't throw a "too much variety" in the face of the new Ratchet game, even though it's going to have even more variety than the previous one. They'll give it a good score, I'm predicting it now (they probably should've given Tools of Destruction a better score, that was a ridiculously fun game, but I never played the PS2 Ratchet games so I can't compare it to the series' roots)

popup3435d ago (Edited 3435d ago )

For some reason the person who disagreed with my post seems to struggle with more complicated tasks than clicking a mouse button.

To lend charitable support to his/her limited abilities, I have posted the info below in the hope that one day, someone can help him/her to decipher it and lead this lost sheep in the right direction. All the best and good luck.


SEASON PREMIERE - Episode 37 - 5/21/09 - 0:59:33 - 40.9 MB

The Full Moon show returns! James Stevenson, Bryan Intihar, and Brian Allgeier discuss the E3 prep for Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time. We also welcome Brian Fleming from Sucker Punch to discuss the upcoming PlayStation 3 exclusive, Infamous. And in our community update, we talk about our favorite submissions to the RCF:ACIT weapons contest. All this and more!

* 0:00:00 - Introduction
* 0:02:30 - Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time Update
* 0:23:00 - Mystery Guest Interview with Brian Fleming from Sucker Punch
* 0:43:03 - Community Update - Weapons Contest submissions!
* 0:57:00 - Closing

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xabmol3435d ago

Bigger than ToD?!

Several game modes?! o.0?!

The return of MP?!!!!o.0!?!0.o?!?!!

God I LOVE Sony's 1st/2nd party Devs.

Jinxstar3435d ago

I agree. I just hope the MP isn't shoehorned like many games lately. Bionic Commando, RE5 and Dark Sector are 3 that come to mind....

Super stoked for the game though. Insomniac have yet to disappoint me.

MetalGearBear 3435d ago

Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time is best series in all time?
I hope.

Lucreto3435d ago (Edited 3435d ago )

The podcast it back.

Why was I not informed?

I love the Full Moon show I didn't expect it until after E3.

I will listen to it tomorrow while I am waiting for Kojima's counter hitting zero.

Cajun Chicken3435d ago

I can't FREAKING wait. Oh why doesn't anybody do platforming and third person shooting like Insomniac?

Lucreto3435d ago

I prefer Ratchet to Resistance. You can see they are more at home with platforming than shooters. Resistance is great but they have way more experience with platformers.

I am so excited.

Blackcanary3435d ago

don't know man. All i can say is i will be useing my student loan to pay for all these games lol.

Damn i played the last R&C:TOD 5 times. And Quest for Booty 7 times can't wait for this game i love insomniac they know how to give fans what they want.

Cajun Chicken3435d ago

Yeah, you can really see Insomniac put their heart and soul in Ratchet. Resistance just feels like Insomniac want to grow up, but just have too much fun making Ratchet and it shows.
Although I must say, the weapons and universe in Resistance are compelling but just don't seem to have the same amount of care and craft put into it, but the games are still great, but I will see Insomniac's best games as the Ratchets.
For example; we should be tired of these games by now! and we're not! and that just proves how brilliant Insomniac are realising that fantastic cartoon'y sci-fi world they invest in Ratchet that nobody else can touch upon. Once Ratchet is over on PS3, if Insomniac moves on there's going to be a big void left.

Lucreto3435d ago

If they finish Ratchet I am sure they will start into something else. They love working with Sony and I am sure Sony loves Insomniac.

Cajun Chicken3435d ago (Edited 3435d ago )

I generally meant with the Ratchet franchise ending, not Insomniac moving on after PS3, I'm fairly sure they'll stick with Sony with PS4 or whatever. I think Sony'll probably buy them soon just like they did with ND, Insomniac would be another great addition to the PS3 tech team.
Could they get away with another Ratchet trilogy? 'Ratchet and Clank Future Neo - Bomb Whole in Space'?

Lucreto3435d ago (Edited 3435d ago )

I will continue to play ratchet games for once insomniac continue to make it.

I don't think they will buy them they are getting too big now. It is like people wanting Sony to buy Level 5. They own a stadium in Japan. If they can afford a stadium Sony would have to shell out tonnes of money.

PS360PCROCKS3435d ago

I wish insomniac developed for all consoles. Not that I care i'll play it on PS3, but a lot of gamers are left out on how good their games have always been.

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