It’s sometimes hard to tell. The immortal Mario the plumber has appeared in more than 200 video games since 1981 and is still going strong.

However, one popular series may be ready to give its fans some closure. Ratchet and Clank have been spanning their fictional universe since 2002 in an effort to defeat evil and save all from certain doom. The franchise, about two intergalactic heroes fighting evil, has sold more than 16 million copies.

Despite that, the game’s developers are hinting that the upcoming Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time may be the last in the series, an unusual occurrence for an industry in which sequels to best-selling games are often announced far in advance.

  1. Dallas says:

    Did the church just now discover Ratchet and Clank are gay lovers?

  2. brm says:

    this is the most off-topic story ever published on this blog.

  3. mario4never says:

    Don’t think Mario was in 200 games, unless you
    include unofficial , fan made clones.

  4. Beonarri says:

    #3 He’s been in more than 200, counting his main games, spin-offs, sports games, handheld games, rpgs, and the like. He’s also made cameos appearances in several Nintendo titles.

    Also, Ratchet and Clank had three really fantastic games (the first three) and the fourth game tried to capture too much of the generic, mediocre Halo vibe that was heavy at the time. That game just suffered from blandness, which tainted the series enough to ruin it.


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