Secret Agent Clank fan pack
The premise of Secret Agent Clank is quite intriguing. Inexplicably, Ratchet has broken into a museum and has stolen the universe's largest diamond. But what's his intent? Secret Agent Clank is sent on the case. The experience of playing as Clank is similar to Ratchet, but there's a greater emphasis on stealth and gadgetry. Busting out the big guns simply won't work with Ratchet's diminuitive friend.
Secret Agent Clank is finally releasing this week on PSP systems. This handheld offering is the greatest departure for the series yet, taking Clank and friends through new gameplay sequences, such as the dance featured here. Will these minigames add, or take away, from the charm the Ratchet series is known for? We'll find out soon enough.
Secret Agent Clank won't be out until three weeks from now -- specifically on June 17 -- but SCEA wants to make sure you've already put down a fiver for the new adventure. What are they doing that will make you want to part with precious money before actually getting the game? Well, you'll be getting a nice Clank figurine all decked out in his secret agent robo-tuxedo. So if you're planning on picking this title up, then pre-order from Gamestop (and Gamestop only apparently) and you can grab this free bonus item for yourself.
Check it out for $15 at amazon.com.
Secret Agent Clank is undoubtedly the next really big game on PSP. This addition to the Ratchet franchise adds a fun new spy element. Clank will have to done a few outfits, as evidenced by this video. Being an undercover robot -- we can dig it.
The intro to Secret Agent Clank raises a good number of questions: why is Ratchet breaking into a museum dressed in a robe? Why is he so crazed? What is the Eye of Infinity -- and where is it? Within minutes, Secret Agent Clank is thrust into a world of mystery, intrigue, and kung-fu ninja action.
We have our preview build ready to play -- we hope to provide some impressions in the coming days.
Make sure you hit those back links, too; there's a lot to read up on this game. Secret Agent Clank is expected to hit retailers by June 17.
Finally! We can see Captain Quark in action! Secret Agent Clank hasn't been pushing the limits of PSP graphics, but we have to say that things look a bit more charming in these new screens. The lighting effects look really great, and the number of characters on screen is impressive. We're glad to finally see the new enemies that'll be featured in this PSP-exclusive spin-off -- they look just as zany as the series' past creations.
See all the new screens in our updated gallery:
This price drop seems appropriately timed to get PSP fans ready for the upcoming Secret Agent Clank, another PSP follow-up to the always-popular Ratchet franchise.