In the time it's taken many to simply suss out the hardware, Burbank's Insomniac Games has made more triple-A titles for PS3 than any other developer. Say what you like about the solemn and scrappy Resistance series, but its ongoing work with Ratchet & Clank has been exemplary. The gambolling Future series – which comes to a close with this month's Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack In Time – shows just what you can do when you know your market, nail down your philosophy and, above all, have just as much fun as you intend for your audience.
What is that philosophy and who are those players? Edge catch up with writer TJ Fixman and community relations manager James Stevenson to find out.