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Ratchet and Clank Full Frontal Assault Finally Sees a Vita Release
Last November Insomniac launched the game Ratchet and Clank: Full Frontal Assault. It combined the classic over-the top action with a tower defense mechanic, producing a very competitive; multiplayer driven game. Full Frontal Assault was initially supposed to be released as a cross-buy title, having both a PS3 and PS Vita version of the game launched together. Unfortunately, when Full Frontal Assault launched only the PS3 version was available. The Vita version of the game was delayed in order to fix some bugs and issues with the final product. Fast forward six months later, and now we finally have a release date for the long delayed version. Come this Tuesday, May 21st, players will be able to download their Vita version free if they already bought the PS3 version. It will also be available for download in the PSN store for all Vita owners. Also, as Sony had promised before, players will be able to download a copy of Ratchet and Clank: Deadlocked HD free of charge as a courtesy service to fans.
On the 17th Sony released some DLC for Full Frontal Assault. The new DLC adds in a new map from Ratchet and Clank: A Crack In Time. Players can now enjoy all of the multiplier action in Monoloth Fields. Alongside this, there is also a new multiplayer game mode included too. The new mode changes the rules ever so slightly, creating something for the more “hardcore” fans. The new mode will do away with the phases. This means players can constantly be attacking enemy nodes or attacking the base without being confided to the timed phases. It’s always nice to see a developer taking acre of their games, and adding more content to it periodically.
If you have an over-the-top action itch with crazy weapons and massive explosions, thrown in with some multiplayer, now is a great time to pick Full Frontal Assault up. If you have both a PS3 and a Vita you can get two games for the price of one and the price is very generous. Your $20 will be well spent on action you can take with you nearly anywhere.