37. Ratchet and Clank 3

First Played: 2004

Times Completed: 10+

A solid evolution of the new ideas introduced in Ratchet & Clank 2. By now the platforming has been slightly overshadowed by the 3rd person shooting and level up system, but it’s so well done here that I can’t complain. Graphics, music and humour are as good as ever and there are more little extras than ever, including the return of the secret Insomniac Museum, which reveals a lot of interesting behind the scenes and cut features. This game also introduced a multiplayer mode, that I rarely played but I know some people enjoyed it.