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Insomniac played things safe with its 3D platforming debut Spyro the Dragon, deviating little from the foundation laid by Super Mario 64 two years prior. After finishing the classic series' three game run on the original PlayStation, Insomniac sought to shake up the traditional run and jump approach by adding a heavy focus on combat, guns, and big explosions. With an average Metacritic score of 81 across 12 titles (and counting) and more than 20 million copies sold worldwide, the formula that Insomniac established with 2002's Ratchet & Clank is one of the industry's most evergreen.
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