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Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters Previews - PSP

Game Description:Ratchet & Clank just can't seem to get a break and our heroes wouldn't have it any other way! A much-needed vacation is interrupted and the pair finds themselves hot on the trail of a kidnapped girl. The search leads them to discover a lost race of geniuses known as the Technomites and a plot more dangerous than they would ever have guessed. Playable Clank returns as the franchise makes its PSP debut with classic dual-character play and a signature sci-fi universe. A new customizable armor system helps you earn upgrades and survive heavy combat. This PSP adventure also features new Ratchet & Clank weapons, combat-ready and race vehicles, four-person multiplayer mode, and tons more.
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