Fists of Plastic is a bit like Smash Bros. after it had a wander around LittleBigPlanet, but without a mind for constructing anything – and a lot more pain. Not all on screen, unfortunately. Four players, one arena and a physics model that provides a near infinite amount of collisions and hurt between shiny marionettes is what Rag Doll Kung Fu is about.
spending just a few hours in Rage’s world, we were overcome with a feeling not
just rare in videogames but in any work
of fiction: We actually wanted to live there. It’s a more comfortable version
of Mad Max, with all of the cobbled-together and lawless excitement but without
the horrific desperation. Sure, the people have it rough – it’s the apocalypse,
after all – but...
A game of European ambiance wafting through a fuzzy metaphor...
Rainbow Moon is a PSN-exclusive strategy RPG that packs plenty of play time into its small package. Is it worth the time investment? Read our review to find out more!
For the first time in their career as saviors of the universe, Ratchet and Clank have been separated. But the time apart has done them good. This is Insomniac’s most confident game to date, bursting with flair and imagination. By dividing the duo they’ve been able to create two boldly different games in one – a free-roaming space adventure and a brilliantly designed time-bending puzzler.
The original Ratchet & Clank: Tools of Destruction was a divisive game here: some loved it; some didn’t see the fuss in what was essentially a hi-def PS2 platformer. So, how does this downloadable follow-up, Quest for Booty, compare, given the game’s glossy visuals have been watered down to fit on the PSN Store?
It's no secret that the PS3's been hurting for good exclusives lately. Lair was a flaming wreck, and Warhawk and Heavenly Sword - while mostly excellent - were greeted with what seemed like a collective shrug from critics. A lot of heavy expectations are riding on the shoulders of Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction, and although the game can't possibly meet them all, it certainly doesn't disappoint.
First off, here's what Ratchet & Clank Future isn't: it's not a revolutionary
We wouldn’t call Full Frontal Assault an evolution of the series as much as a fun experiment with its mechanics. It mostly works, even though it’s not a very robust package...
Is Ratchet and Clank’s latest adventure one you’ll want to embark on? Find out in our review…
Ready for another adventure with a certain Lombax and his robotic
best friend? Insomniac’s next title in the R&C series: Ratchet and Clank:
All 4 One takes on a different perspective, giving gamers a chance to play with
up to four other teammates. With a new main co-op feature that utilizes
collaboration on puzzles, wacky weapons and different playable characters for
once, All 4 One casts a wider net than other co-op games this fall...