Ratchet and Clank: A Crack in Time
I don’t have a PS3 yet, but I want this game:
Playing the first sections of our preview disc of Ratchet and Clank Future: A Crack in Time, it was easy to become somewhat jaded. The platforming is, of course, wonderful. The graphics are attractive. The writing is well above average. We’ve long known that Insomniac knows how to create a strong 3D platformer, and for an hour or so, this feels like more of the same. The same is very, very good, mind you. But we’ve seen it before. …Then Clank, the robot sidekick, enters his own head, and the above-average takes a turn for the incredible.