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Secret Agent Clank

by Sony
Platform : Sony PSP
4.3 out of 5 stars 43 customer reviews

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  • For the first time in the Ratchet & Clank series, Clank gets star billing as he breaks out of his usual supporting role and gets a full game of his own.
  • Unleash Clank’s cutting edge array of weapons and gadgets, such as Cufflink Bombs, Tie-a-Rangs, Spy Sunglasses and the ever helpful Holo-Disguise Monocle.
  • Launch into a variety of gameplay styles from all-out action to cunning stealth and brain-busting puzzle solving.
  • Drive state-of-the-art super spy vehicles including speedboats, snowboards and sports cars.
  • Play as Clank, Ratchet and even Captain Qwark to gather enough evidence to set Ratchet free and discover who framed the innocent Lombax.
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Clank’s on a mission. His best buddy, Ratchet, has been framed by a ruthless enemy and jailed for a crime he did not commit. Not only that, but Ratchet’s maximum security prison is full of the universe’s most dangerous criminals most of whom are lining up to personally ‘welcome’ Ratchet into his new cell. Luckily for Ratchet he’s got Clank on the outside, and luckily for Clank he’s the kind of brainy little robot who is cool under pressure and knows a thing or two about tracking down a mysterious enemy. That’s why, as Secret Agent Clank, he’s hot on the trail of clues to unravel the mystery and secure Ratchet’s release from jail.

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  • ASIN: B0015A8RQ8
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 4 x 0.5 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 17, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,743 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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This is only the second "Ratchet and Clank" game that I have played, so I don't know how it compares with others (besides "Size Matters) or how it fits into the entire series.

This is sort of an action/adventure game, sort of a puzzle game. There are "Clank-only" missions that mostly involve stealth game play, some Ratchet missions that are challenges (survive so many waves of enemies) and some missions with the super-hero guy who I'm not familiar with. There is also some Patapon-style gameplay, where you have to press the buttons and match the beat.

The stealth play is pretty good. However, once you are detected, you have to start the mission over (either from the beginning or from the last checkpoint). Most of the Clank missions are stealth missions, and you don't have the option to "run and gun".

The weapons are very unique and kind of silly. Like many games, you start out with nothing and start acquiring weapons and skills. Like "Size matters", you collect bolts and trade them for weapon upgrades and ammo.

Overall, this is good game that is entertaining. I did find that the gameplay was pretty broken-up, however, which took some of the fun out of it. You go on a Clank mission, then a Ratchet challenge, then a bot mini-game, etc. I would have liked it more if it was a little more mission-to-mission type of gameplay, with the side missions and challenges spread out more.

The good:
- Funny story
- Good graphics and sound
- Lots of varied styles of game play.
- Stealth gameplay is very good. I think I enjoyed this style the most.

The bad:
- The checkpoints in the game drive me crazy. There is not enough of them.
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A Kid's Review on June 22, 2008
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Secret Agent Clank is yet another installment in the Rachet and Clank series and is one of the best. This game will have you playing as Clank for the majority of the time but once in a while you will be playing as Rachet or Qwark. The Qwark missions are humorous and fun but the Rachet missions are just plain bad .You are just in a big arena, fighting wave after wave of enemies. It gets very repetitive and boring after two or three times. The real problem with this game is there are WAY too many Rachet missions and not enough Qwark missions. Luckily, most of the Rachet missions are optional but you are probably going to want to do them to get the rewards. The main story has you playing as Clank which at first is so weak that you have to go unseen but as you progress through the game and get more weapons you will be able to just run out and fight if you want. Don't get me wrong, this is a... well, a spy game. Most of the time you will have to go "undercover" to get past guards. That's not to say that this is a whole other experience than the other Rachet and Clank games. Playing as Clank is the game's best part. It has the same mechanics as the old games with some cool new stuff mixed in. Over all, if you like the Rachet and Clank series or are just looking for a great PSP game you won't be disappointed with Secret Agent Clank.
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It's a solid game with some decent humor tossed in, but it's not without its problems. For one, I have no idea how the development process for this game went. It seems to literally be a mishmash of different games. It's a staple for platformers to have varied types of gameplay, but this takes it way too far. I was often wondering when I would be able to get back to the main game. Sure, you can skip a lot of the extras, but they yield money or rewards, and as such are fairly essential to complete.

The focus on stealth isn't too bad, since in most cases it's optional. It's evident very early that unless it's a mission where you automatically fail upon blowing your cover, you've got plenty of firepower to just blast away your enemies.

It's a pretty fun game, but the time you spend snowboarding, dancing, doing Ratchet arenas, doing Quark's missions and gadgebot missions may very well exceed the time you spend in the actual game. And that to me is just silly.

In the end, when I feel the need for some portable Ratchet & Clank fun, I still go with "Size Matters". But this was a nice experiment, and I'm looking forward to knowing what High Impact Studios' next project is. It also demonstrated that the interactions between the two main characters is a large part of what makes the franchise great. Broken up like this, it loses a lot of its appeal.
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My son (10 yrs old) absolutely had to have this game for Christmas. By Christmas evening he had it beat. While I love video games he really gets into, I think there's something sad about a game he can complete in a day. At least I got it at a great price.
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If you like the tongue in cheek humor in previous Ratchet & Clank offerings, you might enjoy taking control of both heroes in this fast moving and dodging wacky adventure. Clank takes off on his own, free from Ratchet's backpack, and while he is sometimes annoying in a lack of power, he certainly makes up for it in being "smart & clever". You will also get to control Ratchet in his quest for freedom from prison, intermingled with Clanks Secret Agent tasks utilizing stealth and stalking, heretofore not too common in previous R&C releases.

Overall, although I have not completed the game, it has been a fun companion on my daily commute. The PSP is a great platform in this respect, and this game makes the PSPs graphics capabilites shine!
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