Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart

released on Jun 11, 2021

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Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart

released on Jun 11, 2021

Go dimension-hopping with Ratchet and Clank as they take on an evil emperor from another reality. Jump between action-packed worlds, and beyond at mind-blowing speeds – complete with dazzling visuals and an insane arsenal – as the intergalactic adventurers blast onto the PS5 console.


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Fantastic R&C game with stunning visuals. Game mechanics synergize well with new gamepad. Challenging but fun. A few weapons useless on highest diffulty.


Brilla en todas las disciplinas del desarrollo de videojuegos aunque de forma un tanto "quirúrgica" (le falta un poco de soul). Destacan el gimmick jugable y la espectacularidad visual de Blizar Prime además de la movilidad y exploración en Savali.


The first perceived killer app for the PS5 falls a bit short of that title. This isn't Infamous Second Son level bland but there are a lot of unfortunate missteps here. Graphically, the game looks incredibly advanced and impressive with great models, animations, and reflections being the highlights. The story is inoffensive, it's fine it is sorta just there but unfortunately, the game is incredibly committed to shoving this story down your throat even though it frankly isn't really interesting. They also pull the animated movie cliche of "the two friends split apart near the end" in the most ridiculous way possible. The gameplay is pretty fun balancing ammo of a vast array of weapon types and seeing what takes down what enemy most effectively. The game is a fairly easy romp until the end where instead of coming up with unique enemy types or more interesting encounters, they throw 2 billion enemies at you. Do I recommend PS5 owners this game? Yes. However, this isn't the killer app for the PS5.


Just good fun. Constantly running through and shooting stuff with crazy guns, enjoying the graphics, Bit buggy - it hard locked my PS5 to the point where it had to recover itself twice. Otherwise pretty smooth and friction free, with some genuinely great graphics. Best looking game I've seen as of mid-2021.