Video: Special Weapons of Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One on PS3
Previously we reported on the Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One Up Your Arsenal PS3 gameplay and the weapons, and today Sony Computer Entertainment America Product Marketing Specialist Derek Osgood is here with the final part of the video series- character-specific special weapons.
To quote: It was great to have so many of you swing by the PlayStation booth at PAX this last weekend and get your hands on Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One.
Those we did speak to seemed to have a great time playing around with the incredible weapons shown in the PAX demo. If you didn't get a chance to make it to PAX and are curious about just what other unique weapons can be found in All 4 One, you're in luck, because today we're detailing the weapons specific to each of the four characters.
Take a look at this final video in the series and see how the character-specific weapons of All 4 One work.
Watch as Ratchet uses his Dopplebanger to distract enemies before he blasts them with his Warmonger rocket launcher, Qwark uses his Quantum Deflector to protect his teammates and run through enemies, Nefarious gets sneaky with his Cloaker, and Clank slows down time and space with the Zoni Ray.
The latest, greatest video in our Gameplay Series (which will be continuing here until launch) isn't the only thing we've got to share with you today though. We also wanted to give you a heads-up that you can get your hands on Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One early by picking up a copy of the hilarious Sony Pictures movie, Zookeeper!
By picking up Zookeeper October 11th on Blu-Ray and Blu-Ray Combo Pack, you'll get a chance to try out the game for yourself with an on-disc demo of All 4 One. The demo will give you a taste of the co-op meyhem across 2 levels of the game with 1-4 players.
So get out there and pre-order your copy of Zookeeper and don't forget to head over to www.ratchetandclank.com and register to get some free PSN Avatars, Home t-shirts and Static Theme.
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If only games like this were available when I was a kid.
I know what you mean, Sonic and Mario were cool at the time, but kids today are spoiled with the quality games available.
Yeah, but I wouldn't use the word "spoiled," maybe "privileged."