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A MassivelyMultiplayerCrossover between Sony's unofficial mascots: Franchise/JakAndDaxter, Franchise/RatchetAndClank, and Franchise/SlyCooper, [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg with his buddy Bentley.]] It was developed by Nihilistic Software for the PlayStation3 and released in March 2011 to mixed-to-negative reviews. [[http://youtu.be/nMatZng8cmU Watch the trailer here.]]

The story starts with the heroes being [[AlienAbduction abducted to an alien planet]], while someone has "[[TimeStandsStill hit pause]]" on their homeworlds. There they are asked to compete in the very first Inter-Universal Hero Games to determine which of them is the greatest hero. They accept, but quickly become aware there is [[EvilPlan a bigger plan]] behind it all.

The game features both single-player and two-player co-operative multiplayer options and requires the Move to play. There are a total of 50 levels, situated in Paris from ''Sly Cooper'', Metropolis City on Kerwan from ''Ratchet & Clank'', Haven City from ''Jak and Daxter'', and Planet X, an original environment created for the game. The actual gameplay consists mostly of [[MiniGame mini games]] such as bowling, [[DeadlyDisc throwing and navigating a disc]] and [[WhipItGood beating up stuff with a whip]].

A question difficult to answer is exactly when this game takes place compared to the continuity of each original series. For example, because Daxter can be seen in his Dark mode it should be after ''Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier'', but for some reason [[FridgeLogic only his Dark mode has his pants]], and Jak appears as he did in ''VideoGame/Jak3Wastelander''.

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!!This game provides examples of:
* TheAtoner: [[spoiler: After being shot into space by the Whibbles, Gleeber begs for forgiveness.]]
* {{Badass}}: All of the protagonists.
* BigBadDuumvirate: Gleeber and Lunk.
* BoomStick: Jak's gunstaff.
* BowledOver: The "Bowling" weapon class.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: True to form, Daxter at the end of the game.
* BrickJoke: Every pair gets one, since their worlds were "put on pause" and they all [[spoiler: picked up where they left off, in the end]].
* DeadlyDisc: The "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Disc]]" weapon class.
* DemotedToExtra: Murray only appears twice during the entire game. In the intro, Sly and Bentley try to rescue him from a [[NoodleIncident well secured vault in Paris.]] Before they can, Sly and Bentley are sucked into a wormhole to Planet X, [[spoiler: although he manages to escape and turn off all the lasers shortly after they return.]]
* {{DLC}}: A pack of costumes, providing a change of appearance for all 6 characters -- amongst them, Secret Agent Clank and Daxter's pants.
* FacePalm: Multiple times, though Clank's [[note]]After "A beeline right to them?"/"Through the worse challenges yet."/ "Perfect!"[[/note]] and Jak's [[note]]After Gleeber and Lunk are 'defeated' (read: knocked into one another by Ratchet)[[/note]] stand out.
* GeniusCripple: Bentley.
* HandicappedBadass: Bentley again.
* HeyItsThatVoice: The main characters are all the same as ever, but it's hard to ignore the fact that [[Creator/RichardStevenHorvitz Lunk]] is [[VideoGame/{{Psychonauts}} Razputin]], on top of that. [[FridgeBrilliance They really]] ''[[FridgeBrilliance have]]'' [[FridgeBrilliance united all of the most fondly remembered PS2 platformers.]]
* HooksAndCrooks: Sly's cane.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: The "Disc" and "Bowling" weapon classes.
* LetsYouAndHimFight: Narrowly averted. It looks like Jak is ready to sock Sly and/or Ratchet before the announcement that they were all the universe's greatest heroes.
* MagicPants: Daxter's pants only appear in Dark Mode... is that an [[InvertedTrope Inversion]] of an [[AvertedTrope Aversion]]?
* MassivelyMultiplayerCrossover
* MinigameGame
* OffModel: Sly and Bentley look slightly off, most likely because this game isn't cell-shaded. Daxter also looks different from some angles, though how much of that is the move from PS2 to PS3 is uncertain. Also, he only has his pants when he goes into Dark mode. Which has also been altered from its original look (Dark Daxter used to have spikes).
* PintsizedPowerhouse: The sidekicks are all pretty puny, especially Clank and Daxter. To a lesser extent, this applies to Ratchet, as well. Just look how tall he is compared to Sly and Jak! (He comes up to the shoulder and chest, respectively.)
* PowerTrio: Two, one formed by the heroes and one formed by the sidekicks.
* RobotBuddy: Clank.
* SuperWheelChair: Bentley has traded in the high-tech wheelchair from ''Sly 3'' for a full-fledged hoverchair.
* UnspokenPlanGuarantee: [[spoiler:It's the sidekicks who have Gleeber and Lunk figured out by the end of the games. Bentley invents a tracking device and passes it to Clank, who sticks it to Gleeber before they escape through a wormhole. When Ratchet asks how they knew Gleeber and Lunk wouldn't attack, Bentley explained that they actually listened to Daxter, who'd eavesdropped on their plan.]]
* WeaponOfChoice: The Melee weapons change depending on which character you're playing.
* WhipItGood: One of the weapon classes.
* YearInsideHourOutside: No time passes in the worlds where the main characters come from, as Gleeber and Lunk were able to stop them [[spoiler: though Murray was unaffected, which allowed him to deactivate the lasers that Sly nearly triggered]].
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