Two PlayStation heroes are back to relive their first three adventures, remastered in stunning High Definition for PS3. Ratchet & Clank: Ratchet & Clank takes classic action adventure gaming to a whole new dimension, delivering a blend of action-platforming, shooting and adventuring that revolves around the acquisition and use of hi-tech gadgets and weapons as well as exploration, puzzle-solving and combat--all set in a vibrantly detailed futuristic sci-fi world. There's big adventure, tons of enemies and an arsenal of weapons and gadgets, but what makes this game the one to have is that you get to blow up. It ain't the size of your weapons that counts, it's how many of them you have and, better yet, how you use them. Ratchet & Clank 2: Locked & Loaded: Mr Smiles, the head of Megacorp, has come up with a fantastic new product! It's a super cute creature called the "Protopet" which he wants to sell to every house in the galaxy. When the prototype is stolen, Mr Smiles hires in Ratchet and Clank to help him get it back. Slowly they begin to realise that maybe the thief isn't necessarily in the wrong, and maybe the Protopet isn't quite as sweet and innocent as it seems... It's all going to go horribly wrong and only Ratchet and Clank can put it right and find out who's really behind all the mayhem. Ratchet & Clank 3: Up Your Arsenal: After word spreads of Ratchet and Clank's recent conquest in Ratchet & Clank: Locked & Loaded, Clank finds himself recognized as an interstellar robot of mystery and intrigue after starring in his own television series, Secret Agent Clank. While Ratchet is dismayed żeby his new sidekick status, the feelings are put aside when the twosome is called together żeby the Galactic President to bring peace to the universe. They find themselves traveling back to Planet Veldin to battle Dr. Nefarious, a robotic supervillain who has devised a diabolical scheme to wipe out all organic life in the galaxy. To reach his goal, he has instructed the Tyhrranoids, a race of multi-eye aliens to annihilate the organics, not knowing that if the Tyhrranoids are successful, they will end up causing their own extinction.