PlayStation Store Update – 10/11/07: Ratchet and Clank Future Edition

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It’s PlayStation Store Thursday update time and there’s plenty to see, so start your PS3 warming now while you read on for the details! Everyday Shooter, the brilliant new PSN download title, is now available for purchase at the low price of $9.99. Demos for NHL 2K8 and Conan are too available for your trial sampling pleasure, along with new trailers and vids for Uncharted: Drakes Fortune, Folklore, Fallout 3, The Assassination of Jesse James, Spiderwick Chronicles and Walk Hard, and wallpapers for Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction and Everyday Shooter.

But who am I kidding here, the star of this week’s update is the long-awaited Ratchet & Clank Future demo. And trust me, it sure doesn’t disappoint one bit. The gameplay doesn’t break any innovation boundaries (nor does it need to, the R&C formula didn’t need any changing), but dear lord does this game look drop-dead gorgeous! The cutscenes are like watching a Pixar flick, and in game it looks just as incredible. If you haven’t started downloading it yet you bet get on it if you plan on playing tonight, as it’s a hefty 1.6 GB in size.

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