Insomniac Games admits Spyro “ship has sailed” and $30 PS3 Nexus is “smaller than A Crack In Time”

Great news of course when Insomniac Games announces something new. The beloved duo, Ratchet and Clank are back in a new single-player game called Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus. While promising new crazy weapons and “planet hopping” which sounds neat there are some things to be concerned about.

Deep in the comment section of the PS Blog post are comments from James Stevenson, Community and Marketing Lead at Insomniac Games:

How long is it?

“It’s not as long as Ratchet & Clank: A Crack In Time, but it’s much much larger than Ratchet & Clank Future: Quest for Booty or Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault.”


PS4 plans?

“No plans for PS4 at this time. We have a ton of Ratchet fans on PS3 who loved the Future saga, it seemed right to bring the Epilogue to them on that platform! :-)”


Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction trophy patch?

“No trophy patch for TOD. It’s pretty much technically impossible at this point for a variety of reasons.”


Spyro The Dragon?

“We don’t own Spyro, and it’s been what, 13 years since the last one we made? Never say never, of course, but I think that ship sailed long ago.”



  1. Ben Maguire says:

    This doesn’t say anywhere about the specific length of time that it would take to complete the game… Where are you getting this information from?

    Though on a more opinionated side, I wouldn’t say $30 for “30 hours” of content would exactly be something to be “concerned about.”

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