PeterKJul 30, 2009I'm terrified. Just Terrified. What happened to this game? High Impact Games should have never crossed Ratchet and Clank way. Please, God, we want Insomniac back.
Dec 5, 2013really this is not a good game
so first of all why would you pay60 euro's for a boring gameplay ratchet and clank not even made by insomniac the weapons aren't good the gadjets i can't really remeber them that means there really not good and the story really seriously i mean a 7 year old could of have a better idee.
the ryno issn't special the only special and good thing in the game is the custom armor menu where you can customize your armor but still even then the game is boring
i would be okay if it costed 5 euro's but not for such a high price
-:bad character development
-:boring and doesn't feel like a ratchet and clank game… Expand
Even though there is a significant price difference, PS3 owners looking to try out the Ratchet experience should absolutely play Tools of Destruction instead -- I was immensely pleased with it. Otherwise, Size Matters should only be played by devoted, hardcore enthusiasts who couldn't play the original version on the PSP.
I figured the move to the PS2 would, at the very least, allow for a bit more detail in the bland levels. I could not have been more wrong. Compared to the PSP version, this is a step down -- that's disappointing enough. But compared to other PS2 Ratchet games, it's a sharp kick in the nuts.