T.J. Fixman, writer for the Resistance and Ratchet and Clank series, has revealed that he's leaving Insomniac Games after seven years with the developer.
It’s still a ways off, but that doesn’t mean we can’t all start getting excited for it now: A Ratchet and Clank movie is in development and currently slated for a 2015 release.
Ratchet and Clank is turning 10 and, to celebrate, developer Insomniac Games are doing a couple of things. First, they’ve put together the Ratchet and Clank Collection for the PlayStation 3, offering three PS2 R&C games at a discounted price. Second, they’ve put together a massive blog highlighting the evolution of the franchise, complete with lots and lots of concept art.
Good things come to those who wait and, come Aug. 28, that saying will ring true for people who decided to hold out on playing some of the PlayStation's biggest titles. That's the date you'll finally be able to get your hands on the newly established PS3 Collection series, including one for Ratchet and Clank, inFamous and the God of War Sage.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of PS2 platformer Ratchet and Clank's launch. Insomniac Games will be celebrating this milestone by re-releasing remakes of the first three games in the series.
Resistance: Fall Of Man and Ratchet and Clank studio Insomniac Games has been a long-time PlayStation developer but now they're broadening their horizons. They're working with EA Partners on a new IP for both the Xbox 360 and PS3.
Assassin's Creed 2 first gameplay-only trailer was released, Alienware announced a new TactX line. And, of course there’s the new adult-only SexBox game console that was recently announced.
Employer's Group has ranked Ratchet & Clank studio as Insomniac Games as the fifth best place to work in California - but truthfully, we don't care. The reason the press release interests us is that it mentions the company's secretly working PS3 exclusive.
The West Coast always has the appearance of being the better location if you’re into the video game business. The major news outlets are based out there, and a ton of American devs call the Westside home.
Insomniac Games, the developer behind Ratchet & Clank and Resistance has today unveiled a tech-sharing initiative they call “Nocturnal.” In an environment when more and more people are sharing their technology, Insomniac is jumping on board to share portions of its source code and presentations free of charge to independent developers.