February 13, 2007 - Today Sony Computer Entertainment announced the release of Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters, a PSP-exclusive outing for the duo that's been blasting up the PlayStation 2 for the last few years. Developed by the new High Impact Games, Size Matters returns to the franchise's roots with its mix of platforming and 'shoot everything' gameplay.
Size Matters takes place after the events of 2005's Ratchet: Deadlocked. Players will find Ratchet and Clank taking a much needed vacation -- but while relaxing, they are approached by a young girl named Luna who is writing a school paper on heroes. When Luna is kidnapped by some sketchy robots, R&C set out to rescue her and stumble into another galactic adventure.
Building on the franchise's reputation for innovative weaponry, High Impact Games has included new weapons of mass destruction: the Bee mine Glove, Acid Bomb, Laser Tracer, and Sprout-o-Matic. Old favorites such as the Blitz Cannon, Agents of Doom, and the Shrink Ray also make a return.
Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters is available in stores now. Check out IGN's review here.
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