History YMMV / RatchetAndClankGoingCommando

26th Apr '16 2:48:37 PM Chubzhac
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* CharacterRerailment: After the poor reception Ratchet received from the previous game, Insomniac Games replaced his obnoxious and self serving personality from the first game with the much more heroic and altruistic one that he would have for the rest of the series.
2nd Apr '16 3:18:27 AM MysteriousZorua1994
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* ThatOneBoss: The third battle with the Thug Leader is tough for the reason of being a MarathonBoss. Normal weapons can barely even leave a dent, and you're forced to use the turrets all over the battlefield to even have a chance of damaging his mecha. However, you'll be spending more time shooting at some homing beacons, and every time 10% of the boss's heath is taken, the turret will end up destroyed, forcing you to search for another one.
14th Mar '16 2:14:49 PM MegaMarioMan
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** In first-person mode (the one you unlock after beating the game), if you do a double jump and use the wrench, Ratchet will actually pop up a bit. If you are near a wall or ceiling, you can spam the wrench, allowing you to climb past obstacles and even skip Clank entirely if you so desire.

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** In first-person mode (the one you unlock after beating the game), game, not the "Hold L1" view), if you do a double jump and use the wrench, Ratchet will actually pop up a bit. If you are near a wall or ceiling, you can spam the wrench, allowing you to climb past obstacles and even skip Clank entirely if you so desire.



** The Meteor Gun. While the previous gun you had (the Lava Gun) was an effective flamethrower weapon, this version merely turns into a slightly more powerful version of the Heavy Lancer with less effective range. The result is it loses its effectiveness against swarms of small foes and gets outclassed against anything else by the rest of your arsenal. Future installments have changed weapon upgrades to retain their mechanics, like replacing the Meteor Gun with the Liquid Nitrogen Gun, which kept the Lava Guns spray.

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** The Meteor Gun. While the previous gun you had (the Lava Gun) was an effective flamethrower weapon, this version merely turns into a slightly more powerful version of the Heavy Lancer with less effective range. The result is it loses its effectiveness against swarms of small foes and gets outclassed against anything else by the rest of your arsenal. Future installments have changed weapon upgrades to retain their mechanics, like replacing In the Meteor Gun with weapon's appearance in ''Up Your Arsenal'', it instead levels up into the Liquid Nitrogen Gun, which kept keeps the stream effect that the Lava Guns spray.Gun has.
14th Mar '16 9:07:48 AM MegaMarioMan
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** In first-person mode, if you do a double jump and use the wrench, Ratchet will actually pop up a bit. If you are near a wall or ceiling, you can spam the wrench, allowing you to climb past obstacles and even skip Clank entirely if you so desire.
** By using the above glitch, you can actually make it pretty far in the game without having to retrieve Clank. If you make it to Joba and buy the Levitator, you ''can'' still use it... it's just that you don't have Clank, which leads to Ratchet magically, as well as hilariously, levitating through the air.
** Using the Charge Boots on Grelbin while being attacked by the Y.E.T.I.s can cause Ratchet to disappear with only his shoes, helmet and clank being visible. In this state he is immune to damage, which means you can run around collecting Moonstones or beating Y.E.T.I.s at your pleasure.

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** In first-person mode, mode (the one you unlock after beating the game), if you do a double jump and use the wrench, Ratchet will actually pop up a bit. If you are near a wall or ceiling, you can spam the wrench, allowing you to climb past obstacles and even skip Clank entirely if you so desire.
** By using the above glitch, you can actually make it pretty far in the game without having to retrieve Clank. If you make it to Joba and buy the Levitator, you ''can'' still use it... it's just that you don't have Clank, which hilariously leads to Ratchet magically, as well as hilariously, magically levitating through the air.
** Using the Charge Boots on Grelbin while being attacked by the Y.E.T.I.s can cause Ratchet to disappear with only his shoes, helmet and clank Clank being visible. In this state he is immune to damage, which means you can run around collecting Moonstones or beating Y.E.T.I.s at your pleasure.
13th Mar '16 2:40:40 PM MegaMarioMan
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** Using the Charge Boots on Grelbin while being attacked by the Y.E.T.I.s can cause Ratchet to disappear with only his shoes, helmet and clank being visible. In this state he is immune to damage, which means you can run around collecting Moonstones or beating Yeti's at your pleasure.

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** Using the Charge Boots on Grelbin while being attacked by the Y.E.T.I.s can cause Ratchet to disappear with only his shoes, helmet and clank being visible. In this state he is immune to damage, which means you can run around collecting Moonstones or beating Yeti's Y.E.T.I.s at your pleasure.
13th Mar '16 2:38:27 PM MegaMarioMan
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* GoodBadBug: Using the thruster boots on the ice planet while being attacked by the Yeti's can cause Ratchet to dissapear with only his shoes, helmet and clank being visible. In this state he is immune to damage, which means you can run around collecting Moonstones or beating Yeti's at your pleasure.

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* GoodBadBug: GoodBadBugs:
** In first-person mode, if you do a double jump and use the wrench, Ratchet will actually pop up a bit. If you are near a wall or ceiling, you can spam the wrench, allowing you to climb past obstacles and even skip Clank entirely if you so desire.
** By using the above glitch, you can actually make it pretty far in the game without having to retrieve Clank. If you make it to Joba and buy the Levitator, you ''can'' still use it... it's just that you don't have Clank, which leads to Ratchet magically, as well as hilariously, levitating through the air.
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Using the thruster boots Charge Boots on the ice planet Grelbin while being attacked by the Yeti's Y.E.T.I.s can cause Ratchet to dissapear disappear with only his shoes, helmet and clank being visible. In this state he is immune to damage, which means you can run around collecting Moonstones or beating Yeti's at your pleasure.
7th Mar '16 6:22:13 AM MegaMarioMan
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** The "Wrench Ninja II" skill point is just as bad, as the enemies on that planet will often kill each other before you even reach them, and it's nigh impossible to hit some enemies without getting a few scars for your trouble.

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** The "Wrench Ninja II" skill point is just as bad, as the enemies on that planet will often kill each other before you even reach them, and it's nigh impossible to hit some enemies without getting a few scars for your trouble. Fortunately, it's possible to come back after you get the second wrench upgrade, which allows you to kill the regular mooks in one Hyper-Strike, and the big purple creatures in two, and there will also be less enemies the second time around.
27th Feb '16 9:03:53 AM res20stupid
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** Well, the incident of Oozla looked more like an accident (sure she did basically steal a map at gunpoint but she probably didn't realize that the thugs turned off the outpost's defenses) but everything else is pretty much a good explanation.
2nd Feb '16 2:27:41 PM MegaMarioMan
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* ThatOneSidequest: Collecting the moonstones on Grelbin, and [[LastLousyPoint not just because there's no way to tell where to look if you miss one or two]]. The crystal-gathering sidequest on Tabora had similar problems, but at least the enemies there were manageable.

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* ThatOneSidequest: Collecting the moonstones on Grelbin, and [[LastLousyPoint not just because there's no way to tell where to look if you miss one or two]].Grelbin. The crystal-gathering sidequest on Tabora had similar problems, but at least the enemies there were manageable.
24th Sep '15 6:22:06 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* ItWasHisSled: The Unknown Thief's true identity, being a female [[spoiler: \lombax]] named Angela Cross. Of course, the series' "official wiki" [[LateArrivalSpoiler does not care with the spoiler policy]], so only a few fans would really ''not'' know about this before playing the game for the first time.

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* ItWasHisSled: The Unknown Thief's true identity, being a female [[spoiler: \lombax]] [[spoiler:lombax]] named Angela Cross. Of course, the series' "official wiki" [[LateArrivalSpoiler does not care with the spoiler policy]], so only a few fans would really ''not'' know about this before playing the game for the first time.



** The Meteor Gun. While the previous gun you had (the Lava Gun) was an effective flamethrower weapon, this version merely turns into a slightly more powerful version of the Heavy Lancer with less effective range. The result is it loses its effectiveness against swarms of small foes and gets outclassed against anything else by the rest of your arsenal.

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** The Meteor Gun. While the previous gun you had (the Lava Gun) was an effective flamethrower weapon, this version merely turns into a slightly more powerful version of the Heavy Lancer with less effective range. The result is it loses its effectiveness against swarms of small foes and gets outclassed against anything else by the rest of your arsenal. Future installments have changed weapon upgrades to retain their mechanics, like replacing the Meteor Gun with the Liquid Nitrogen Gun, which kept the Lava Guns spray.
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