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Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time Screenshots and Images - PS3

Game Description:The universe sits on the verge of destruction, as does the friendship of one of the most beloved duos in gaming history. Experience an all new epic adventure as you help Ratchet and Clank reunite and, hopefully, save the day. In addition to a slew of new wacky weaponry, players will also have to manipulate time itself in order to overcome the game's mind-bending puzzling and platforming, and ultimately defeat the diabolical Dr. Nefarious once and for all.
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