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Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters

by Sony Computer Entertainment
Sony PSP
 Everyone 10+
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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  • Platform:   Sony PSP
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Format:Video Game
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Back in action, and ported from the PSP, Size Matters has you playing as the dynamic duo as they try and dig themselves out of a hole which they were tricked in to.

High Impact did a pretty good job of emulating the feel of Insomniac's R&C games. There's a decent selection of weapons to choose from, including classic guns like the dual raptors and suck cannon, but some new ones have been added, such as the bee mine glove. The weapons are fun to use, and most will level up rather quickly.

They've added some nice touches in the gadget department, like the sprout-a-matic, which will let you manipulate plants to form bridges, bombs, and other various objects that will allow you progress through a level.

A fine collection of armour has also been made available for you to collect. A full suit of armour consists of a helmet, the main torso coverings, gloves and boots. If you get all the pieces to a specific type of armour, you can outfit it to give you special abilities, such as letting your wrench-weapon set baddies on fire when you hit them. You're going to need the extra protection, as some of the later enemies can drain your health very quickly.

The game also continued where the PS2 series seemed to be going with a little more action than platforming. That's not necessarily a bad thing, as the action is fast paced and a lot of fun.

One item that many players found got in the way of enjoying the action was the camera. Yes, there were plenty of times where the camera felt just too close to Ratchet, making it hard to see what was around you, but for the most part I didn't find it was so bad that it impacted the game-play by any great amount.

Mixing up the game-play is also done quite well.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Oct. 9 2007
By Ope
Format:Video Game
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Graphics are great, game is very playable and entertaining. I like the mini-games within the game and would have liked to see more of them. I would also like to see more of times when you play Clank instead of Ratchet. Overall, an excellent game, definitely one of the best PSP games around, if not the best.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Ratchet and Clank size matters Jan. 2 2011
By Sandy
Format:Video Game
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
this is an ok game that was ported from the playstation hand held game system and it is an ok game to play not on par with an original ps2 game but still fun to play.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Worst R&C game, but still good April 13 2009
By Elvick TOP 100 REVIEWER
Format:Video Game
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
This is the worst Ratchet and Clank game in great series. Not being handled by Insomniac Games really shows in the controls. Especially for the plentiful mini-games which you'll have to do. Of which, are extremely frustrating. Not because they're not fun, but because the controls are awful. Especially for the hover board races that you have to do with Ratchet.

The classic play is great, as usual. However, you'll be tossed into Clank and Ratchet mini-games often. The game is also very linear in comparison to it's console brothers. Which is a big disappointment.

The weapons are pretty good, but weak compared to other entries in the series. As the first handheld excursion it's pretty good and since it's not Insomniac Games making the game, it's surprisingly good. The story is great however and is worth it.

I recommend this to the die hard fans only. Since as an overall product, it's very disappointing.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I'm totally hooked! Dec 25 2007
By Daniel Kohlbeck - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Video Game
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters is an absolutely outstanding game that truly represents the pinnacle of platforming titles. Having been a fan of the genre since the original Sonic the Hedgehog on the Sega Genesis, I've seen more than my share of titles. The rankings break out for Ratchet and Clank as such (all scores are out of five):

Graphics: 5
For the PSP, the developers did an excellent job of pushing the PSP to its graphical limit. The use of character models, animations, and textures are simply phenomenal. This is just shy of looking just like its PS2 cousin.

Sound: 5
The biggest boon for this game is the use of actual voice acting combined with clearly distinct sounds for each of the weapons. Everything sounds like it just fits and all in all ties together to create a believable atmosphere.

Value: 5
One of the best parts of this game is that you can continue to play it well after you beat the final boss. Not only this, but you can do so keeping all the weapons you've already bought and have the opportunity to buy even better ones! It just adds that extra little bit that seems to be missing in many games today.

Story: 4
A tad weak and unfocused at times, all in all it's still good. You really dive into the story of the Technomites and there's quite a bit of humor along the way.

Overall: 5
This is a great game that all PSP owners should buy. I've dropped a good 15 hours into it myself (which is quite a bit for a platformer) and am still playing. The best part is that it really is a fun game that both kids and adults can enjoy.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My first Ratchet game (sorta) Feb. 19 2008
By M. B Cole - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Video Game
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
So before I left for Iraq a month ago, my roommate bought a PS3. Along with it he picked up Tools of Destruction along with some other games. I loved watching him play the game. And it was so fun to watch him upgade new weapons and buy new weapons and find new armor. After he beat it, there was even MORE to do now. And I loved it! So I tried the game for maybe an hour from the beginning. Sadly it was the night before I left to come to the sandbox. Because I was HOOKED.

Really wanting to play the game now, I started to look on amazon to see if there was a Ratchet game for the PSP. YES! There was! So, now, I had to buy a PSP also. I went ahead and bought thePSP Daxter Entertainment Pack - Ice Silver and a few games, Burnout, Infected, and of course SIZE MATTERS!!

When the PSP came in (which was only about a week), it arrived with Burnout. I was loving it! Then two days later Ratchet shows up and I couldnt put it down for about a week straight (even though I beat it in about 7 or 8 playing hours...and I was taking my time looking for stuff and completing all the mini games). Right now a friend of mine wont let me play the game because he's basically stolen it and now he's addicted.

I ABSOLUTELY love this game.


-The graphics are amazing for such a tiny machine.
-The gameplay is highly addictive (especially if you've never played a Ratchet game before)
-I was scared that the upgrading of weapons would be only in the console versions, but nope..its' here also. LOTS of weapons also.
-Controls are great. I actually switched them around to where the analog stick was mainly for strafing. Also I never really had camera problems. Just use the L and R shoulder buttons and everything will be ok...just like older PSP FPS games.
-Once beaten, you can play it over in Challenge mode to upgrade your weapons even farther, find new armor, and get a new weapons (for 9,999,000 bolts..heh).


-To easy. I think I could flown through the game in a couple of hours if I had really wanted to. In Challenge mode, it's still easy, but the bosses seem a LITTLE bit harder.

-The game freezes up...BUT..it's only happend 3 times. Twice on the same boss.

All in all...I absolutely recommend this game if you have a PSP. I'm still new to the PSP, but I can already tell that this is DEFINITELY one of the top games for this system. Do yourself a favor and buy this game.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great PSP game Feb. 17 2007
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This game is definitely one of the best games on psp. Even though it is under the platformer genre, it has many styles of games implemented into the game itself. It's worth the 40 bucks and if I had to buy it again I would. That's how good this game is. I've played MANY psp games (I have the blockbuster pass) and this one ranks very high in my book. The developers did an excellent job and actually took time on this game. What are you waiting for? Buy it now for yourself and everyone you know.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars On the PSP, Size really Does Matter Nov. 3 2011
By Winter - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Video Game
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
The good news is, Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters is a very faithful entry in the Ratchet & Clank Series. The creators didn't try to do anything too outlandish, tamper with the game to 'be different', or strip away any of the PS2 release in order to fit it into the PSP (this may be due to some claims I've read that the PS2 version was a port of this PSP version).

That said, there are severe limitations to this title that all seem to center around having to use a PSP to play it. I love my PSP, don't get me wrong: but this platformer is not easy to wrangle on it. I seem to be constantly suffering from camera problems: slow panning when I call for it, and quick snapping away from the scene when I'm just moving around means that a lot of times I end up having to run away dodging so I can put distance between myself and my opponents and buy some time to get them back in my sights. There is a "strafing mechanic", but heaven help you if you start off at the wrong angle. There is a "snap the camera to center" mechanic, but fumbling for it during combat is awkward.

There is also some difficulty with button-mapping. Jumping, high-jumping with mechanical assistance, and long-jumping use the same button mappings. Trying to time the act of running, tapping the shoulder buttons, and simultaneously hitting the 'X' button can be really difficult--and performing the wrong type of jump can be either frustrating or fatal.

For those reasons, I don't recommend that someone new to Ratchet and Clank start here. Try some of the newer entries in the series to get used to the gameplay, then get ready to have to make some accommodations to do on the PSP what you're used to doing on the PlayStation.

If you're new to Ratchet & Clank, the concept is a simple one: Ratchet is (he thinks!) the last of his kind. He is a whiz with gadgets and mechanics, and from day one of the series he quickly fell into the role of 'Hero', a celebrity status that he seems to enjoy. His sidekick is a clever little robot named Clank. Clank not only helps him figure things out, he serves as some of Ratchet's gadgets, transforming into jetpacks, one-man helicopters, and more. Clank also gets some play-time of his own, too: there are times when you get to navigate him around a smaller-scale world, often enlisting the help of his fellow robots. They live in a sci-fi world where there are plenty of planets to explore and all kinds of interesting life forms, most of whom want to kill you (but a few would settle for a good 3-lap race or two). Dialogue varies from funny to downright hilarious, and there is enough variety in your objectives to keep things from getting boring.

The beauty of the Ratchet & Clank series is that it marries both sides of platform heaven: Ratchet gives you the jumping-action-shooting, while Clank lets you play strategy-maze-puzzle styled areas. As a whole the series is quite fun, and each installment seems to come up with more gadgets and fun things to do than the entire run of Warner Brothers' Roadrunner/Coyote cartoons.

That said, if you're a fan of Ratchet and Clank and you know your way around, you will be pleased to see that the graphics haven't been compromised. Colors are rich and bright and sounds ring out crystal clear. You'll probably get used to the way things work on the PSP, but be prepared for some frustrating reloads in order to get where you're going.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters Great Game Dec 26 2010
By Vince C. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Video Game
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This is one game, where no matter your age you will have a lot of fun going through all the different levels and defeating bad guys. There is no dangerous violence nor is there any gore. I really like this game, there is a lot to do in the story, also there are multiplayer mini games and many other ways to have fun.
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