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Ratchet & Clank: A Crack In Time PS3 £15.96 with voucher code @ The Hut
Ratchet & Clank: A Crack In Time PS3 £15.96 with voucher code @ The Hut

Ratchet & Clank: A Crack In Time PS3 £15.96 with voucher code @ The Hut

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Ever wanted to be a galactic hero? Join Ratchet and his brainy pal Clank as they journey into the past and discover secrets from the future in an all-new action packed adventure from one of PlayStation's most successful franchises. You'll fight space battles with a whole new arsenal of outlandish weapons and gadgets, explore star systems, travel back and forth through time and have plenty of rib-tickling laughs along the way!

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Is this the new one? i lose track...

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jayjayuk1234;7735374

Is this the new one? i lose track...



Yeah

blinding game and great price

does this one have 2 player co-op / 2 player online?

Cant check on google atm thanks.

EvilWhiskas;7735909

does this one have 2 player co-op / 2 player online?Cant check on google … does this one have 2 player co-op / 2 player online?Cant check on google atm thanks.



No, it's one player.

Nice find, ordered and heat added. Anyone know where you can buy time to actually play these games? I currently have 10 games that are still wrapped, and about 5 games that have been started.

Cheers... I preffered them when they had co-op

The Lone Ranger;7735959

Nice find, ordered and heat added. Anyone know where you can buy time to … Nice find, ordered and heat added. Anyone know where you can buy time to actually play these games? I currently have 10 games that are still wrapped, and about 5 games that have been started.



I think that should be known as the HUKD effect.

Personally, although these games look and sound nice I find them a bit childish. I tried this one but after an hour or so I realised I didn't really care about the story, characters or collecting things etc. I am a 'mature' gameplayer though, and so not the target market.

After the immersion and enjoyment I experienced in my recently completed games (Batman, Uncharted 2 & MW2) I think the bar has been raised for me. Although the games themselves can't be directly compared for obvious reasons, I think the experience can.

Just thought I'd mention in case it's a help to anyone.

Voucher doesn't seem to be working for me.

sofasurfer;7736164

Voucher doesn't seem to be working for me.



Doesn't sem to work in Chrome but does in IE.

Nice find ordered, played the last 2 and they were greeeeeeeeat. Have some heat and rep

noisyassassin;7736220

Doesn't sem to work in Chrome but does in IE.



Cheers for the tip. Changed from Firefox to IE and it worked a treat. Never had that happen on The Hut before.

sofasurfer;7736579

Cheers for the tip. Changed from Firefox to IE and it worked a treat. … Cheers for the tip. Changed from Firefox to IE and it worked a treat. Never had that happen on The Hut before.



The 10% off code worked ok for me on Firefox. Ordered aswell, thanks OP :thumbsup: Been a while since iv played a Ratchet & Clank game.

i bought this a week ago and i have to say its fantastic. Never really got into the R&C series when it was on PS2 but have now got this and also went out and bought the first one, Tools Of Destruction and they are soo good. Took me about an hour to get into the swing of things but havent been able to get off these two games now for over a week. Well worth it for this price

jonwalker67;7736049

Personally, although these games look and sound nice I find them a bit … Personally, although these games look and sound nice I find them a bit childish. I tried this one but after an hour or so I realised I didn't really care about the story, characters or collecting things etc. I am a 'mature' gameplayer though, and so not the target market.After the immersion and enjoyment I experienced in my recently completed games (Batman, Uncharted 2 & MW2) I think the bar has been raised for me. Although the games themselves can't be directly compared for obvious reasons, I think the experience can.Just thought I'd mention in case it's a help to anyone.



Different type of game really, if you are more into shooters/action games you might not enjoy this type of game as much. I personally didn't find MW2 all that immersive, great multiplayer but a fairly silly single player story. Batman was great though and I'm looking forward to playing Uncharted 2.

I've been playing games for over 20 years and to be honest find the games that are classed as 'mature' are often quite immature in the way they tell their story wheras games like this that don't try to be mature actually do have a bit more depth than they are given credit for.

Thanks!

BLUE10 worked in Chrome for me, on Mac tho'

**** I haven't even finished Tools of Destruction yet

I liked this game and the humour in it is just first class.
As for the game being immature, well those time puzzles were quite tricky plus sometimes it is nice to get away from the first person shooters that we seem to be swamped with.

jonwalker67;7736049

Personally, although these games look and sound nice I find them a bit … Personally, although these games look and sound nice I find them a bit childish. I tried this one but after an hour or so I realised I didn't really care about the story, characters or collecting things etc. I am a 'mature' gameplayer though, and so not the target market.After the immersion and enjoyment I experienced in my recently completed games (Batman, Uncharted 2 & MW2) I think the bar has been raised for me. Although the games themselves can't be directly compared for obvious reasons, I think the experience can.Just thought I'd mention in case it's a help to anyone.



"Mature" gameplayer? Let me see now, mature games are where you "pretend" to be Batman, an explorer or a soldier. You know, just like you did when you were 6 back in the school playground.

I've been playing games since the Atari VCS and loved Tools of Destruction. Not sure what this makes me......
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