This gorgeous new PlayStation 4 game looks like a Pixar film

Games look better and better every year. Take this as exhibit A:

Not bad, right? This is the new “Ratchet & Clank” game, which arrived on the¬†PlayStation 4 this past week.¬†

This is Ratchet. He's a 'lombax' -- a cat-like biped with a penchant for technology and heroism.

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And here's his buddy Clank. He's a robot who usually rides on Ratchet's back.

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Like so:

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Budz 4eva.

These aren't concept art stills -- this is how the game actually looks!

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Other than the two titular characters, there's one other staple of the 'Ratchet & Clank' world: Captain Quark.

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He's both helpful and detrimental to our heroes.

There's a great relationship between the game's two main characters, helping to endear them to players even more:

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And they will need your empathy -- nothing less than the fate of the galaxy rests in their hands!

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And that means fighting huge bosses, like this guy right here:

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And this guy right here:

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And definitely this massive hulking beast:

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But there's good news: Ratchet has some of the silliest weapons in the universe. Here's one gun that makes the bad guys get funky:

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Notice the disco ball.

There are, of course, less gigantic enemies to face:

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The dialog between Ratchet and enemies like this is often just as good as anything you'd find in a Pixar film.

And gorgeous worlds to explore from the comfort of your spacecraft:

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Or on foot, if you must:

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In 'Ratchet & Clank,' even the mundane can look pretty as all get out:

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'Ratchet & Clank' is available now on the PlayStation 4 exclusively, and the latest trailer could very well be for a movie. Check it out right here!

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