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Button Mashers: Ratchet & Clank Future Quest for Booty

While it never had the length and ambition of Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction (2007) before it, Quest for Booty (2008) helped bridge the gap between the previous game and A Crack in Time (2009) to a maximum effect. 93 more words

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Button Mashers: Ratchet Deadlocked

The Ratchet & Clank (2002) games decided to have a more edgy direction with Ratchet Deadlocked (2005).

Ratchet (James Arnold Taylor) and his friends have been captured by Gleeman Vox (Michael Bell), the owner of Vox Industries and the creator of the illegal reality show and combat sport DreadZone which is pretty much a futuristic Hunger Games but directed towards galactic superheroes. 165 more words

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Button Mashers: Ratchet & Clank Going Commando

After the unexpected success of Ratchet & Clank (2002), Insomniac Games continued the storyline with Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando (2003).

Ratchet (James Arnold Taylor) and Clank (David Kaye) were hired by Abercrombie Fizzwidget (Jim Ward) of the Bogon Galaxy to help Megacorp stop an elusive thief who took a being known as the Protopet. 112 more words

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Button Mashers: Ratchet & Clank (2002)

The beginning of the iconic Ratchet & Clank games, Ratchet & Clank (2002) started the franchise with a galactic beginning.

Ratchet (Mikey Kelley) is a lonely Lombax from Veldin as he encountered a tiny robot named Clank (David Kaye). 117 more words

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Mentors and Friends

I started my working life in 1976 with Arthur Andersen & Co, Management Consultants in London. At the time I was the 90th employee. I stayed thirty years, and more than forty years later remain in regular contact with with many friends and colleagues from those days. 646 more words

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Demand to close Al Jazeera affects media pluralism: UN expert

June 29, 2017 / by The Peninsula

The reported demand, by a number of governments, to close the Al Jazeera Media Network in exchange for the lifting of sanctions would strike a major blow against media pluralism in a region already suffering from severe restrictions on reporting and media of all kinds, said the UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of opinion and expression, David Kaye. 323 more words

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