PS3 – Ratchet and Clank: A Crack in Time

After a night out for Drinksgiving, I wound up at Brendan’s house because I was unable to drive home. Woo for passing out on a futon.

In the morning I woke up and realized that video games are awesome. I tooled around on Brendan’s PS3 hooked up to a big ass HD TV and had a bunch of fun playing the demo for Ratchet and Clank: A Crack in Time.

It had some really cool game play features, like creating a snapshot of your past self to help you solve puzzles. Your past self could go off somewhere else to push a button that opens a door while your current self went through the door.

All of this got me thinking… I don’t own a nice TV, and I don’t own a video game system. I *could* buy a big ass HD TV as well as a PS3, and I’d be moving into the modern world. If I could get my computer hooked up to it, it would be even better.

It’s either that, or I’m just buying myself a 30″ LCD for my computer.

Your thoughts?






2 responses to “PS3 – Ratchet and Clank: A Crack in Time”

  1. Justin Avatar

    From what I understand, the PS3, it only does: EVERYTHING.

    I don’t have one, but I do have a 42″ LCD TV without a Blu-ray player. My main thing against buying on is the fact that I don’t play video games, I would just want it as a multimedia playback device.

  2. devon Avatar

    Jason, here’s some discourse for you:

    That game is awesome. Too bad there are only about 6 titles on the PS3 I can’t play on Xbox yet. Yet.

    I brought 3 computers and my PSP to Stef’s parent’s house for 4 days. On day 1 I beat 4 games I’ve been lazy about completing, ate more turkey than a man should eat, slept until 11 PM, woke up and beat a fifth game, and started an addicting game around 1 AM that has zero plot that sucked up my PSP’s battery over the passage of 5 hours. Stef is shopping. I forgot to bring a PC game with me, so I’m trying to keep busy with “Horde of Orcs” on my Mac while the PSP charges.

    Day 2 is shaping up questionably. I am tired and ache from too much food and drink. Do not combine cabernet sauvingnon with turkey – it is some kind of natural rohypnol or something.