History Radar / RatchetAndClank

1st Feb '16 10:26:10 AM TT454
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* Swapping the syllables of Planet Kerwan reveals the British vulgar slang word ''wanker''.
20th Jan '16 6:23:13 PM MegaMarioMan
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''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank'' is a platforming & third-person shooter series that stars Ratchet, a gun-wielding Lombax, and his robot friend Clank. Although the game is animated and is generally rated E10+ or T by the ESRB, they often get away with certain things that defy their kid-friendly ratings. Hell, even developers Insomniac Games stated that Ratchet & Clank's main audience isn't kids, but late teenagers and adults.
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''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank'' ''Franchise/RatchetAndClank'' is a platforming & third-person shooter series that stars Ratchet, a gun-wielding Lombax, and his robot friend Clank. Although the game is animated and is generally rated E10+ or T by the ESRB, they often get away with certain things that defy their kid-friendly ratings. Hell, even developers Insomniac Games stated that Ratchet & Clank's main audience isn't kids, but late teenagers and adults.
5th Sep '15 6:34:11 AM Berrenta
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''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank'' is a platforming & third-person shooter series that stars Ratchet, a gun-wielding Lombax, and his robot friend Clank. Although the game is animated and is generally rated E10+ or T by the ESRB, they often get away with certain things that defy their kid-friendly ratings. Hell, even developers Insomniac Games stated that Ratchet & Clank's main audience, isn't kids, but late teenagers and adults.
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''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank'' is a platforming & third-person shooter series that stars Ratchet, a gun-wielding Lombax, and his robot friend Clank. Although the game is animated and is generally rated E10+ or T by the ESRB, they often get away with certain things that defy their kid-friendly ratings. Hell, even developers Insomniac Games stated that Ratchet & Clank's main audience, audience isn't kids, but late teenagers and adults.

* The name "[[FailOSuckyname Drek]]" seems like a harmless villain name, until you know it's a Slovenian slang word for feces.
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* The name "[[FailOSuckyname "[[UnfortunateName Drek]]" seems like a harmless villain name, until you know it's a Slovenian slang word for feces.
10th Jul '15 8:09:37 PM KlarkKentThe3rd
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Fruckin' grammer.
-->'''Rider:''': Before I became a desert rider, I didn't fit in anywheres. I had low self-esteem, bad breath, and...thing for ladie's undergarments.
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-->'''Rider:''': Before I became a desert rider, I didn't fit in anywheres. I had low self-esteem, bad breath, and...thing for ladie's ladies' undergarments.
10th Jul '15 8:04:39 PM KlarkKentThe3rd
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* On Marcadia again, you get a skill point for reflecting a laser with a gadget, and killing a number of enemies for a high score. Name of the skill point? [[NerdsAreVirgins Reflect on how to score.]]
12th Jun '15 12:36:37 PM Prfnoff
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* Some of the titles for the games are quite innuendo-ridden too, particularly the US ones. "Going Commando", "Up Your Arsenal", and "Size Matters" are a few examples. They finally got caught in that part of the world with "A Crack in Time". The original title was going to be "Clock Blockers". And "All 4 One" had working titles such as "4-Play", "Bros before Foes" and "Fiends with Benefits". ** The latest Ratchet and Clank game has conquered the radars once again in that department (at least in the US anyway, elsewhere it's title is Ratchet and Clank: Q-Force) with this gem: Ratchet and Clank: ''Full Frontal Assault.''
19th Feb '15 7:10:07 PM yunatwilight
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Again, this is not real slang, and this title was not changed or censored. "Tools of destruction" means weapons.
* The title, referring to dildos.
19th Feb '15 7:07:40 PM yunatwilight
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No. It doesn't. I checked with the dictionary, with Urban Dictionary, and with a flat-out Google. There's a bondage author named "Morticia Deadlock" but the term refers to 1) a specific kind of lock and 2) a situation where two opposing forces are equally matched. I can't find anything about why the name was changed — but the same sources that conform the names of the other games being censored very specifically say NOTHING about why the fourth game's name was changed. We will need a cite for this.
* The title, which refers to bondage gear. Edited to "Ratchet: Gladiator" in Europe.
19th Feb '15 6:56:05 PM yunatwilight
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** Though this is more likely inspired by the ''English'' word "drek," which means junk or garbage.
15th Jan '15 1:05:53 AM KlarkKentThe3rd
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-->'''Qwark:''' It was mating season! How could I have known she was your sister? *notices Ratchet and Clank [[spoiler:(actually Klunk)]]* Uh... heh... Uh, how long have you two been standing there?
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-->'''Qwark:''' It was mating season! How could was I have known to know she was your sister? *notices Ratchet and Clank [[spoiler:(actually Klunk)]]* Uh... heh... Uh, how long have you two been standing there?
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