Ratchet and Clank Head Into the Nexus this Holiday Season

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The dynamic Lombax and robot sidekick duo of Ratchet and Clank are returning for a new intergalactic adventure this holiday season exclusively on PS3. (No Vita version? Boo!)

After All 4 One and Full Frontal Assault experimented more with multiplayer, Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus will mark the return of a story-driven single-player campaign, serving as an epilogue to the Future games. You can expect new gadgets and weapons, plenty of laughs, zero-g exploration, and gravity manipulation Clank puzzles.

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A clear indicator that the game isn’t of quite the same scope as previous single-player R&C games, Into the Nexus will retail in stores and on PSN for a budget price of $29.99. Insomniac has said that the game isn’t as long as A Crack in Time, but is the “biggest downloadable Ratchet & Clank game yet, dwarfing the size of both Quest For Booty and Full Frontal Assault.” That’s good to hear. As is confirmation that multiplayer will not be included in any form. Ratchet & Clank doesn’t need multiplayer, thank you very much.

Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus Coming to PS3 This Holiday [PlayStation.Blog]

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