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    Darth Marsden Moderator

    @RetroVortex said: Everytime you post, I want to kill you more.

    Nothing personal, its just that you are incredibly infuriating! :mad:

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    Most people invoke that at some point. Ryan does seem to have a habit of not knowing when to stop, but it's only a mildly annoying habit, and he doesn't post all that often, so it's certainly tolerable.

    (Hi Ryan :) )

  • @Darth Marsden said: 350x227px-LL-a81b0c08_8de09-NotSureIfSer

    Most people invoke that at some point. Ryan does seem to have a habit of not knowing when to stop, but it's only a mildly annoying habit, and he doesn't post all that often, so it's certainly tolerable.

    (Hi Ryan :) )



    Hello :)

  • @Darth Marsden said: 350x227px-LL-a81b0c08_8de09-NotSureIfSer

    Most people invoke that at some point. Ryan does seem to have a habit of not knowing when to stop, but it's only a mildly annoying habit, and he doesn't post all that often, so it's certainly tolerable.



    I don't know. I think its a combination of incredibly short, mundane and constant "in a row" styled posts, and his terrible spelling and grammar.

    Infact, this is exactly how I react whenever I read a post of his:

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    It really is nothing personal, you are not such a bad kid, its just that sometimes one looks for some insightful conversation, and then you get Ryan's posts....

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  • Well might as well get the thread back to the point. I am replaying Secret Agent Clank on the psp :).

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    Darth Marsden Moderator

    Gah! Image overload!

    Also on topic: I loathe Secret Agent Clank. I don't have a PSP, so I had to import the Australian PS2 version and my GOD was it not worth the expense. I wasn't particularly thrilled with Size Matters, but to take the series in a completely different direction - and one that sucked so much - was a huge mistake. Slow-as-hell stealth sections? Quick-time events? Dull as hell racing? Frustrating combat 'arenas'? Tiresome Quark stage shows? FAIL.

  • I don't got the ps2 version of Secret Agent Clank or Size Matters. I got them for PSP and i hear from reviews that the PSP versions are better than the ps2 versions. I like Secret Agent Clank but that could have something to do with Clank is my favorite Ratchet & Clank character.

  • @ryannumber1gamer said: I don't got the ps2 version of Secret Agent Clank or Size Matters. I got them for PSP and i hear from reviews that the PSP versions are better than the ps2 versions. I like Secret Agent Clank but that could have something to do with Clank is my favorite Ratchet & Clank character.



    Have! HAVE! HAVE! HAVE! HAAAAAAVE!!!

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    GRAGHLBLARGEHARGLEASRRGHAAAHAAA!!!

    ....

    So avoid those games, yes?

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    Darth Marsden Moderator

    The thing about them is that, for PSP games, they're not terrible. But when you compare them to the PS2 games (which is much easier to do when you're playing the PS2 ports), they really do fail to stand up. At all.

    The levels are tiny, the camera is terrible (there wasn't one for the PSP versions - it was added to the PS2 ones), the weapons (for all of Size Matters and the Ratchet-in-Prison sections of Secret Agent Clank) are boring, the music is meh, the plots make absolutely no sense, the gameplay is substandard and the whole experience feels more like a pair of misguided fan games rather than professionally made titles.

    Also, Secret Agent Clank's Guitar Hero-styled quick-time event sections are really quite badly coded and as a result it's nigh impossible to get the skill point for completing them flawlessly. HATE.

  • Ok i agree with you there but i don't think they should be compared with the PS2 games or for that matter the PS3 games. Because of 2 reasons. 1.They are PSP games so they won't be as good as the PS2 or PS3 games. 2. Because when they are compared to the PS2 and PS3 games of course they won't be as good as them.

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