Ratchet & Clank Q Force Review
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Ratchet & Clank Q Force is a great addition to the series, packing plenty of content and fresh ideas.
- Strong presentation
- Tower defense works well with classic gameplay
- Cooperative and multiplayer are a blast
- Random bugs
- Repetitive gameplay
- Lame soundtrack
(continued from previous page) ...stats on campaign and Q Force Rank, as well your favorite weapons and defenses. The game also features a cross save ability which allows players to transfer saves from the vita version of the game with the PS3 version. Each player also has their own hero profile, which gives you stats on campaign and Q Force Rank, as well your favorite weapons and defenses. The game also features a cross save ability, which allows players to transfer saves from the PS Vita version (yet to be released) with the PS3 version.
Multiplayer matches consist of three phases: Scouting, Squad and Assault. Scouting requires you to capture nodes to increase your bolts, allowing you to purchase more defenses making this the most vital stage. In the Squad Phase you get to purchase units and place them anywhere you like within you base. Finally, in Assault both teams must attack each other's base while defending their own. Three maps are available for you to dominate and features ranked and custom 2v2 or 1v1 arena matches. Players can choose from a selection of eight characters to play as from previous incarnations of the series.
Overall Ratchet & Clank Q Force is a worthy addition to the franchise, offering an engrossing gameplay experience and plenty of replay value. This is a must buy for any fans of the series, however, the game does have minor issues, such as a dull soundtrack and repetitive gameplay.
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