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Ratchet & Clank Review

After studying him so thoroughly and with awe during his time as the eponymous second president, John Adams, it is surprising, somewhat, to see Paul Giamatti crop up here in Ratchet & Clank. How bold he must feel believing in this project. We cannot blame him alone though, for he is the best part of this Kevin Munroe and Jericca Cleland-directed piece. He is the best part of many projects, but it is a shame that he is so prevalent here, for Ratchet & Clank is a dire scenario that pits its protagonists against enemies and evils that feel fundamentally broken, fitting into the humour, which is put before the narrative.  

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