Forget the amazing campaign, what I remember best about it is the addicting online gameplay. If you have a headset, better known as a mic, the expirence just gets better. You can just chat with people as you lag jump across Bakisi Isles with the flag, or you can actually strategize and actually beat the opposing team. There really are some good people on that game. Unfortunately, UYA is six years old, so the ammount of players is very few. 50, if we're lucky.
If you are a kid (considered a kid under 14 to the older players) and your skill is not up to par you will get treated like crap. (I got my fair share of insults.)
Some players of this game include, but are not limited to:
These are the ones I remember best, for very different reasons.
The game also features a multi-player option with online capabilities. Many people still play this online version, although most of the people who have played it have moved on to the fourth Ratchet game, Ratchet: Deadlocked. Some of the people that play UYA online are KoMoTo, Smithy Jones, cucumber, MARK, Somenobody, ColdLava, RazorX, Razor blades, base blitz3r, Dr.Hambone, Arma, Kuja, isuckatthis, NYMETS4EVEr, Omega_Blitzer, ACDC Fan, trigger happy2, Kindel!, Cartoon Satan, machine, apocalypse, AmBuSh, new bLade, Shorty101, LoNeLy KiD, Lonely boy, Jigsaw, Me 'o Me, Fin, SquallLeonhart, night strife, Terrific Titis!, Da black guy, Mad Omish Boy, JaY93, and RAINBOW_RANGER.
Multi-player: I don't care if KoMoTo is the best fluxer on UYA, isuckatthis can still beat him with the Morph-o-ray.
(if you saw my definition of Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal, I'm just letting you know that I didn't really buy the game at Target for $20, it was just an example)