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Author: JoeTheDestroyer (Mod)
Posted: June 18, 2022 (11:15 PM)
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There was only one submission this week, and that means one winner: OD for Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time.

First off, I feel the beginning of this review in my soul.There's a few items on my backlog that stretch back to OG PlayStation and N64, and I keep saying I'm going to get to them one day. Maybe. Hell, until a few years ago, I still had an SNES game (Breath of Fire II) on my backlog, so it could actually happen one day. Also, I've had Septerra Core on there since about 2000, and I'm [...] this close to scratching it off finally.

Anyway, I haven't played R&C of any kind in ages. It got to the point where I'm so far behind that there's no way I'll ever catch up, and I usually like to play big franchises like this one in sequential order. However, this review may just convince me to make a better attempt about it. I mean, hell, I loved the first three on PS2.

This review basically breaks down key points of the campaign without spoiling much, while also examining the game's qualities as they relate to those points. It's a very carefully considered bit of writing that flows well and gives its readers just enough of a taste of the experience without rubbing their faces in it.

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And that's one down, four to go...


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