Play: Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time Review

Play writes: "1995 and '96 were two of the most pivotal years not only for the video game trade, but for the foundation it was built on, forged by Sega and Nintendo and their respective mascots. Reeling from a string of bad business decisions on the heels of Sonic, Sega (my hardware giant of choice at the time), began to fade while at the same time Nintendo, fearful of piracy and losing control to Sony, chose to stay the course with the cartridge format, leaving the door wide open for Sony to move in and capture the crown. For a while there I was getting a little nervous. Weaned on 16-bit platformers, the majority of which featured anthropomorphic animals or exaggerated robots or humanoids, Sony's regularly scheduled mascot over in Japan never even crossed the pond, and the launch, while groundbreaking, wasn't exactly teeming with platformers."

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Lord Shuhei Yoshida3276d ago

Masterpiece on the Playstation 3.Eat your humble pie xbots.

callahan093276d ago (Edited 3276d ago )

Wow. What a review. Reading that was a really unique and interesting read. Brilliant review for a brilliant game.