Spong writes: "For a studio as busy as Insomniac, it seems incredible that it can continue to produce playable hit after playable hit. Their mascot-based platformer, Ratchet and Clank, debuted on the PS2 in 2002 and has had a sequel created almost every year since. The fact that not once has the series felt totally worthless – on top of creating new IP in Resistance this generation – is a testament to their skill. Or maybe the team really are a bunch of insomniacs.
The latest in the PS3 Ratchet and Clank saga, A Crack In Time (reviewed here), hits store shelves this week, and concludes what Insomniac are calling 'the epic Future Trilogy'."