Reviews and Problems with Jak and Daxter: The Trilogy
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The Jak and Daxter Trilogy
28 August 2013
Excerpt: Oyez ! Oyez ! Amateurs de défis rétro, vous vous souvenez peut être de Jak and Daxter et de ses deux suites nommées (à tord ou à raison) Jak II et Jak 3. Il y a peu, nous retracions l’histoire de Naughty Dog…
Excerpt: Sony has recently been reaching back into it’s back catalogue, dusting off some of the all time classics from it’s past with HD magic sprinkles and giving them back to the world, letting everyone bask in their unadulterated glory. But enough about God Hand, here comes Jak and Daxter HD.
Excerpt: Naughty Dog, the creators of Uncharted, didn’t just happen to be making those great adventure games by chance. The team cut its teeth on both the PlayStation and PlayStation 2. Crash Bandicoot got better with each release on the original Sony console, and by the time the PlayStation 2 was released,...
Excerpt: Some series’ stubbornly stay the same throughout their existences, whilst others change over time. Naughty Dog’s Jak and Daxter series is a good example: starting life as a traditional platformer, the sequels actually had more in common with Ratchet & Clank.
Summary: The original Jak and Daxter game was a huge hit with not only fans of platformers, but also straight up PlayStation fans. Thus, the second and third installments of the series were equally popular. It didn't take a hardcore gamer to beat these games.
Conclusion: Jak and Daxter is a trilogy that must be experienced. We’d be recommend picking it up on the Vita as it gives you cross-buy access to the PS3 version as well. Whilst the Vita version has its downfalls, its still great for gameplay on the go.