Secret Agent Clank Latest News - PSP

Game Description:Take one diminutive robot, one best friend framed for a crime, and one bowtie-based projectile weapon. What do you get? Secret Agent Clank! Ratchet's been locked up for a crime he didn't commit, and rather than let his homey go down, Clank dons his spy gear and sets off to clear his friend's name. Expect to solve puzzles as you dispatch enemies using weapons like the bowtie and exploding cuff-link bombs. Take on unique mini-games, such as stealth takedowns to get rid of guards and a rhythm game to avoid dangerous lasers. Additional characters will also be around to play, so don't let Clank have all the fun!
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  • 'Secret Agent Clank' Coming To PS2

    Sony and Sanzaru Games would like you to know that the PlayStation 2 version of Secret Agent Clank will be on store shelves on May 26, 2009. The game was originally released on the PlayStation Portable. The PlayStation 2 version will remain true to the spirit of the original title and bring back the levels, challenges and characters you know...

    Posted March 17, 2009| 12 Comments

    'Secret Agent Clank' Coming To PS2
  • 'Secret Agent Clank' Gets Release Date

    Ratchet's buddy, Clank, is out on his own and apparently doing some spy work. Yep, Secret Agent Clank is coming your way on June 17th...should you happen to own a PSP, that is. If not, we assume there will be some sort of PlayStation port in the future, unless the game isn't very good, in which case it will just go away. But, there's no reason...

    Posted May 6, 2008| 3 Comments

    'Secret Agent Clank' Gets Release Date
  • Secret Agent Clank Review

    Posted: June 19, 2008

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  • Super Secret Trailer: 'Secret Agent Clank'

    Posted: February 14, 2008

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