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
Feb 16, 2012This is one hell of a disappointing game making it one of the worst in the series. First of all this is exactly the same thing as the PSP one so if you played that don't waste your time. The weapons are the center piece of this game, there's a huge variety some are great like the lacerators others are just plain bad like the concussion gun. Controls for this game is great especially when using ratchet the shooting mechanics are great the rest are very bad. Skyboard controls are soo frustratingly bad and giant clank is very unresponsive. Although gameplay is good, the camera really stinks and makes the game so frustrating that its very tempting to throw the controller. Single player is very short and multiplayer gets pretty repetitive after a while. The PS2 is old now when compared to the PS3 but the graphics in this game are very bad. Sound and music is similar, sometimes its so annoying that its better to play on mute. The game on the PSP wasn't perfect but that maybe due to the PSP itself, on the PS2 it just makes it worst by far.… Expand
Apr 11, 2011Though Size Matters still has some time consuming gameplay and variety of gadgets and weapons, it's just far too similar to the PSP version in all the wrong ways, such as its nearly hideous graphics, generic gameplay, and nothing but bland level design.
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.