Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault – Playstation 3

January 18, 2015 - Comment

Explore action-packed battlefields and wipe out waves of enemies with outrageous weapons. Classic Ratchet & Clank gameplay returns with a base-defense twist, including competitive and co-op cross-play for the PS3 and PS Vita. Product Features Fan favorite Ratchet & Clank gameplay attributes return (departure from R&C: All-4-One) Full array of new weapons including new gameplay

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Explore action-packed battlefields and wipe out waves of enemies with outrageous weapons. Classic Ratchet & Clank gameplay returns with a base-defense twist, including competitive and co-op cross-play for the PS3 and PS Vita.

Product Features

  • Fan favorite Ratchet & Clank gameplay attributes return (departure from R&C: All-4-One)
  • Full array of new weapons including new gameplay components (base defense, PVP)
  • Showcase Cross-play and Cross-saves with PS3/PS Vita – Compete in battle arenas on either the PS3 or PS Vita
  • Incredible Cross-Buy value – $19.99 ? get two versions (PS3 Blu-ray AND the PS Vita version (download)

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

A good tower defense diversion, but not the game Ratchet fans have been waiting for I am one of Insomniac’s biggest fans (I even carved Ratchet and Clank jack o’lanterns for them a few years back), and RC is my favorite franchise of all time. Yet, I cannot rubber stamp any game with a lombax in it… and unfortunately, “Full Frontal Assault” (FFA) is a bit of a disappointment for this lifelong fan (although still enjoyable).This game is fun, don’t get me wrong. If you’re an RC fan, it’s well worth picking it up and checking it out. It’s only $20, and the fact that…

Ryan says:

Short but Sweet I’ve played every R&C game and bought Full Frontal Assault on the first day that it came out.The game is different from other R&C games but very interesting. You still collect bolts but use them to buy up defense turrets and mines to protect your base rather than to buy up weapons. You still get weapons that upgrade based on the number of enemies you’ve killed with them. You face an open world with “weapons drop boxes” and gold bolts scattered throughout the world. Every time you…

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