Good Bad Bugs: The Fire-Bomb Armor allows the player to shoot a fireball out of their wrench on the third swing of a combo. If the player kills enough enemies with it, the Scorcher will upgrade. If the player hasn't bought the Scorcher yet, they can now get it for free! note In the PSP version at least. We aren't sure about the PS2 version.
Moral Event Horizon: Luna may have been a jerkass when we found out what it really is, but it crosses the line for good when it tries to KILL the heroes with farming equipment.
Polished Port: The PS2 version Zig Zags this; on one hand, some glitches were fixed, but on the other hand, one cutscene was removed. So no matter which version you pick, it's a trade-off.
First of all, Qwark reveals that he found his entire family tree on a site called "Faux Family.com", which Clank finds odd. You'd Expect: That Clank tell Qwark that the website might be a fraud because of it's very suspicious name, or at least warn him that the site might not be 100% accurate. Instead: He says nothing, allowing Qwark to reunite with who he thinks is his father.
Second is when the little girl begins to speak in the voice of an adult woman, commenting about her "friends". Ratchet is very shocked at this. You'd Expect: Clank to realize that the girl is actually allied with their enemies, and warns Ratchet that they must flee before something happens. Instead:He dismisses Ratchet's shock, and starts teaching Luna to talk properly. She zaps him unconscious, and both heroes are captured.
And finally, after destroying the Luna puppet that had been antagonizing them for most of the game, Clank suggests that they get the coordinates for the final planet from it's database by hacking into it. Ratchet suspects that the technomites have a security program that could harm potential hackers. You'd Expect: That Ratchet and Clank take Luna to Metropolis to have Big Al hack it for them. Instead: Clank decides to hack Luna himself. As expected, a security program inside it causes him to malfunction.