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Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, one of our favourite PlayStation games from this year, is the dictionary definition of a steal at the price of £25 from Tesco.
What? Why? And, most importantly, how? Tesco is exceedingly keen for customers to opt into its loyalty card scheme so this gem of a game is discounted as long as you’ve got a Clubcard. Usually, it retails for £70, which is now the norm for new-gen games. So what are you still doing reading this? Get out there to your nearest Tesco and swipe yourself a copy!
Don’t fret if you’re stuck in the office or you’ve got to clean your oven ahead of a Come Dine With Me night with the in-laws. This offer stands until November 29th while stocks last. Still not sold on this unbelievable offer? Perhaps I’ll hand over to Imogen Mellor, who reviewed the gorgeous game earlier this year on the PlayStation 5.
Here’s her thoughts in the video version of the review, if you’re an audio-visual learner.
“Somehow Rift Apart manages to take you places you never would expect this game to go,” she said, adding that the worlds are simply wonderful and veterans of the series will feel like they’re right at home here. Plus, there are five different difficulty levels with a host of accessibility options, so there’s a playstyle for everyone. “As I finished the game for the first time I felt like I wanted to relive the whole thing again,” concluded Imogen.
An instant classic only months after the launch of the PlayStation 5? We’d say so. And, inspiration was taken from Marvel’s Spider-Man for the flow of the movement of Ratchet and Rivet, with an “expressive palette” of animations that places you front and centre in a Pixar movie.
Featured Image Credit: Martin Katler via Unsplash, Tamara Bitter via Unsplash
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