Another fun and interesting looking alien creature game that was release on May is the Ratchet and Clank. In this game, Ratchet - as his tooling name, is handy with his tools and busy working on his spacship. While doing so, a small robot named Clank falls out of the sky. He hopped onto Ratchet's back and goes off as buddies saving the world from an evil, like President Skroob in the Mel Brooks. Download Ratchet and Clank PSP game here.
When you first start of Ratchet & Clank is actually from a different planet. You'll start out not knowing where to go next. New planets are revealed to you by "infobots," small robot storage devices that contain a brief video clip. Ratchet and Clank are an odd couple of sorts, so many of the game's cutscenes show the duo trying to pull their quest in two different directions. The game maintains a nice, lighthearted feel from start to finish, complete with a colorful cast of very well animated characters and a well-written script. Each level in Ratchet & Clank is actually a different planet. You'll start out not knowing where to go next. New planets are revealed to you by "infobots," small robot storage devices that contain a brief video clip. The cutscenes shown when accessing an infobot are sometimes intercepted communiqués between Drek and his army, others are newscasts that talk about the havoc Drek has unleashed, and still others are commercials that advertise various spots in the universe. The cutscenes also provide an initial reason for visiting a planet, though you'll usually receive other objectives as you explore each world. Download Ratchet and Clank PSP game here. While Ratchet & Clank is structured a lot like most other platformers, it's much more focused on skillful combat than on making difficult jumps. Your standard weapon is a large wrench, which you can swing around or toss like a boomerang. You'll also start with one of the game's many weapons, the bomb glove. As you might expect, equipping the bomb glove lets you toss bombs at enemies. All your enemies are robotic, and when they're destroyed, they explode in a shower of nuts and bolts. As you move through the game, you'll be collecting these nuts and bolts at a near-constant rate. These serve as the game's currency, and you can use them to purchase items and ammo for your weapons at various shops. Click here to watch Ratchet and Clank trailer