EFG Kid’s Corner: A Ratchet and Clank Review

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Welcome to the EFG Kids’ Corner! This is a series of articles written by gamer kids all over the country! If you are a gamer kid (or know one) send me your best stuff in an email at editor@engagedfamilygaming.com! You just might see it here!

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Ratchet and Clank for the PlayStation 4 is great because it’s about a Lombax and a robot who go on an adventure together. A Lombax is a fox like looking creature that’s kind of striped. Clank was supposed to be a warbot but when he was made the power went out and made a defect so he is smaller than a regular warbot. I would call it an action adventure game like Legend of Zelda because you solve puzzles and fight enemies. I think you should be 6+ to play Ratchet and Clank because some of the things in the game would be hard to play without help from an adult.

My favorite part of Ratchet and Clank is when Clank is in the factory he was made in. I also like that if you die you come back and you don’t have a specific amount of lives before a game over. Another thing I like is the weapon Groovitron because it makes your enemy dance without attacking you so it’s easier to attack them.

The part I liked the least is when you get to the planet Gaspar because you need a lot of things that you don’t have yet like the jetpack and grind boots. I also don’t like that you have no way of doing things over again like if you need to defeat someone again you can’t. Another thing I don’t like is that you can’t choose whether you play Ratchet or Clank. In the factory you play Clank. Almost everywhere else you play Ratchet.

I would rate this game 4 out of 5 stars. People who like action adventure games should give it a try.If you try this game I hope you like it.

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2 Responses to “EFG Kid’s Corner: A Ratchet and Clank Review”

  1. Musa M.
    November 26, 2018 at 3:13 am #

    It seems like you don’t know anythin’ about this series just only that game, most of the games especially on the PS2 had a more mature tone and were much edgier, they were rated Teen but now E10+, I’d say the accessible age would be 12+ good for preteens that enjoy action-adventure third person shooters.

    • Stephen Duetzmann
      November 26, 2018 at 9:28 pm #

      Hi there.

      You are correct. The initial releases on PS2 were rated T for Teen. This is largely because they included guns. If you look at the history of the ESRB ratings on the franchise you will notice that they relaxed their rating as they included more detailed content descriptors.

      At the end of the day, Ratchet and Clank is a cartoon. Do they include innuendo? Yes. But, so did Toy Story and no one argues about that movie’s rating.

      Thanks for the comments! Have a great day!

      Stephen

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