The next Ratchet & Clank – Full Frontal Assualt – isn’t just the usual third-person platforming and shooting affair we’re all so used to from Insomniac Games. Well …
The official PlayStation blog has some new info on the upcoming Ratchet and Clank: Full Frontal Assault . While the game is returning to more core R&C gameplay, Captain Qwark will still be available as a playable character throughout. The PSN game will contain five different levels across three planets, along with an online mode to be announced later, and lots of unlockable content including character skins and weapon upgrades.
Insomniac Games Senior Community Manager, James Stevenson, dropped by the PlayStation Blog to give out some new details on Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault .
The Ratchet and Clank Collection , an HD roundup of Insomniac’s popular PS2 platformers, has been made official by the PlayStation Blog (Amazon spilled the sprockets earlier this month). The bundle, which includes Ratchet and Clank, R&C: Going Commando and R&C: Up Your Arsenal , will be available May 16 in Europe (as The Ratchet & Clank Trilogy ) and “this fall” in North America.
We were unable to sleep while wondering about the origin story of Insomniac Games’ name, but now we’ve got the answer from CEO and President Ted Price. Time to make that warm glass of milk and go to bed : It was the spring of 1996 and we were getting ready to announce our first game ( Disruptor ) at E3. At the time, we were doing business as Xtreme Software.
The Ratchet & Clank series has always been known for its weapons. But what happens when you have four players working together, each armed with his or her own tool of destruction?
Insomniac has announced a new Ratchet & Clank game for the PlayStation 3. Yeah, we know you’ve heard that one before, but this time it’s a four-player, online co-op platformer. Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One features drop-in / drop-out play between four characters — Ratchet, Clank, Qwark and Dr.
Insomniac Games has announced today that its partnered with Electronic Arts to bring a “brand new universe and franchise” to both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Little beyond the fact that it’s happening is known at this time. “You may be wondering why we’re announcing this game now, and how it relates to our existing projects,” Ted Price said in a statement posted online .