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Secret Agent Clank

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Secret Agent Clank

Developers: High Impact Games (PSP), Sanzaru Games (PS2)
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
Platforms: PlayStation Portable, PlayStation 2
Released in US: June 17, 2008 (PSP), May 26, 2009 (PS2)
Released in EU: July 11, 2008 (PSP), June 19, 2009 (PS2)
Released in AU: July 17, 2008 (PSP), June 27, 2009 (PS2)

DevMessageIcon.png This game has a hidden developer message.
DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.
LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

This article is a work in progress.
...Well, all the articles here are, in a way. But this one moreso, and the article may contain incomplete information and editor's notes.
So very stubbly.
This page is rather stubbly and could use some expansion.
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Based on the titular Holo-Films from Up Your Arsenal, Secret Agent Clank is one of two Ratchet and Clank titles released for the PlayStation Portable, and the first (and only) title where Clank is the main character. It was later ported to the PS2.

Developer Message

Located in PSP_GAME\USDIR\MODULES, HIGHIMPACT02.HIG contains a hidden message from the developers:


Unused Text

During Qwark's missions, the option to view your inventory is greyed out, making it impossible to view these descriptions.

Qwark's trusty blaster that helped him slay the fire breathing mechascorpion on Lunicron Persius 7 as well as
fend off the advances of the lovely female warriors on Amazoniantopia, as well as many more accomplishments 
too numerous to list here. For more information, perhaps you should check out Qwark's autobiography coming
out next month from Megacorp Publishing called, Captain Qwark: Everything You've Heard About Me Is an Understatement.
The Suc-Vac 3000 is the latest in Megacorp's line of household cleaning products. 
Unfortunately, this particular model has been recalled due to frequent malfunctions where it blows out instead of sucks in. 
Only in the hands of Qwark could such a defect be used as a deadly killing machine.

Debug Menu and Level Selector

The level selector is intact, however it appears that the debug menu was removed from the final version of the game.

Use the following code to display the debug menu in the pause menu.

Page PS2 Code PS2 Screenshot PSP Code PSP Screenshot Notes
Place holder
00652A0C 00
Secret Agent Clank PS2 place holder.png
092E50E4 00
Secret Agent Clank PSP place holder.png
Level Selector
00652A0C 11
Secret Agent Clank PS2 dev cheats select level.png
092E50E4 11
092E50EC 1C
SAC Level Editor.png Press Triangle twice in the PSP version.
(Source: Original TCRF research)

Unused Graphics

Unused PSP Save Icons

Unusedsaveicon1 SAC.PNG Unusedsaveicon4 SAC.PNG

Unused Audio

Blackout Pen Upgrade

An unused HelpDesk file that possibly implies the Blackout Pen could have been upgraded into a flamethrower weapon. No strings or icons exist for this upgrade, oddly enough.

Leftover Weapon

To do:
This has been confirmed in the PS2 version only. Is this in the PSP version too?

Found in the game's files is a leftover weapon from Ratchet & Clank Size Matters. This is referred to as the "Hypershot".

Regional Differences

There are four distinct releases of the PSP version of the game:

  • The version released in North America, which comes in English.
  • The version released in Japan, which comes in Japanese, including a localized title.
  • The version released in South Korea, which comes in Korean, including a localized title.
  • The version released in Europe and most other territories, which comes in twelve languages, with seven of them dubbed as well. The title is the same as English and non-dubbed languages use English audio with localized text. The languages are:
    • Dubbed: English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, European Portuguese, Dutch
    • Not dubbed: Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish, Danish, Polish

Opera Soundtrack

For whatever reason, the soundtrack used for the Madam Butterqwark opera level is at a higher key in all of the non-English dubs of the game. Video is of the Portuguese version of the opera.

Main Menu

The European release of the game uses a different background image for the main menu.

North America, Japan, Korea Europe
SecretAgentClank-MainMenuUS.png SecretAgentClank-MainMenuEU.png