Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart Review (4K)

Rift Apart looks and plays better than ever thanks to new-generation hardware, but it’s still the same lovable, goofy series at heart.

Insomniac Games and Sony Interactive Entertainment’s Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart will be available on PS5 on June 11, 2021. You can read the full written…

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  1. This game is a step up from the recent one. Not because of the graphics are gorgeous and the gameplay is smooth, no. It's because the entire reboot story (which was not only a game but also a movie) had stunk hard that I just couldn't deal with it. I generally enjoyed Rift Apart's story on how it taps into not only with nostalgia but adds onto the entire lore of the series nicely.

  2. What the ef-you-see-kay home boy? this isnt even close to a review…shoulda titled this let me spoil your experience of the most next level console game for you…u butt weasle…4real research the meaning of a review douch blossom.(stopped at 2 minutes as that was more than enough, if anyone knows how i can block this channel please comment how, cus id rather share a bowl of live worm spaghetti, lady n the tramp style w dreamcast guy than ever watch this channel again.

  3. I wish I had a ps5 just because I want to play this. Only because I’m curious about rivet, probably thanks to the amazing voice performance by Jennifer hale.

  4. I pre-ordered the game before the game came out and like a month later I managed to get a ps5. The game is totaly worth it, a console seller if you're a huge fan of the series.

  5. Too bad they had to turn this into a girl game. Stopped playing after an hour. I'm glad there's Guardians of the Galaxy, a game for real men and the Ratchet & Clank game I always wanted!

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