Summary: The game jak 2 I find is tied with jak 3 the special intrest's 1)Jak 3: is the new locations,wepons,and of course the new form of light Jak there are also dark ico and light ico crystals in the game witch will allow jak to transform regardless of the ico bar.
An exciting platformer with lots of action and a variety of mission types.
S. Bouley, Amazon
8 November 2006
Summary: I was pleasantly surprised with how much more fun I had with Jak 3 then with it's predecessor. It may of had the same franchise name, familiar characters and locations, and a tied in story line, but when playing, it felt very different and much improved to me.
Summary: This is the last installment of the Jak and Daxter series. I have played them all starting with Jak 2, then going back to Jak and Daxter then back to Jak 2 before hitting this game upon its intial release. The storyline was good at the end of Jak 2 and only got better.
Summary: When I saw this game preview on chamercial I couldn't wait until it came out. It began with a different idea than the end of Jak 2 but then the farther you get in the game the more you understand it.
Summary: Jak 3, as the title implies, picks up right where Jak 2 left off. The battle for Haven City has escalated; Jak has been voted out of the city due to how dangerous he is and his connection with previous characters such as Krew and Kor.
Summary: One of the best ps2 games existing, with racing, shooting, AND puzzles all mixed into one perfect game. I just started playing Jak, starting with the third, which a friend lent to me, and I loved it. It's similar to Ratchet and Clank, only free roam!
Excellent blend of platforming, shooting, and racing.
Galaxy Wolf, Amazon
23 September 2006
Summary: The best of the series. It takes everything about the potentially good game Jak II, and fixes it's flaws. Difficulty is now brought down to a medium, which is the perfect pace for all gamers. The option of exploring in GTA style is back, with the addition of a new, awesome desert area.