The beloved duo return with an original single-player epilogue to the acclaimed Tools of Destruction and A Crack in Time. Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus is a story-driven platform adventure with humor and heart, featuring outrageously upgraded weapons, extreme planet hopping and brand new worlds begging to be explored. Into the Nexus marks a true return to form for the acclaimed series. After one of the most infamous manhunts in galactic history results in the capture of Vendra Prog, Ratchet and Clank offer to escort the dangerous criminal to the Vartax Detention Center. After a daring orbital jailbreak at the forgotten edge of the galaxy, Ratchet and Clank find themselves lost in an abandoned sector. There, in deepest space, they uncover an inter-dimensional event that threatens the universe—and forces Ratchet to decide what’s really important.
I'll admit, I was a little surprised when Insomniac Games announced that yet another Ratchet & Clank title would be heading to the PlayStation 3. 2009's A Crack In Time wrapped a satisfactory bow around the storyline. With Sony focusing on the PlayStation 4, it seemed strange that the publisher would release a big-name sequel for an old school console. However, Into the Nexus isn't really a sequel, and referring to it as such is unfair to the previous games. It's more like a postlude or some kind of strange summary. In fact, one section in particular is literally a summation of the previous titles in the Ratchet & Clank series. Sony and Insomniac are obviously trying to put a nostalgic exclamation point at the end of the... Read Review