Excerpt: For a while there Sony had always battled with Naughty Dog Software and their most famous product Crach Bandicoot. They fought back with this game amongst others called Jak and Daxter which is a really good game on the Playstation 2.
Excerpt: While Naughty Dog's previous efforts in the platforming genre with the Crash Bandicoot series had been successful on the original PSOne, the marsupial-fronted franchise becoming one of bestselling ones on the console, the studio decided to start a new franchise with their first PS2 game.
Excerpt: Jak and Daxter is a platforming adventure exclusively developed by Naughty Dog for the Playstation 2. The story follows two boys Jak and Daxter, on one of their adventures Daxter manages to fall into a pool of Dark Eco which transforms him into an Ottsel a cross between an otter and a weasel!
Excerpt: Jak and Daxter is a great platformer for the PS2, and is made by Naughty Dog, who made the superb Crash Bandicoot series for the PS1. It's a superb game that lives up to the expectations of Naughty Dog, with some astounding visuals, and amazing gameplay.
Summary: I've already played this game, and let me tell you; if you loved the likes of crash bandicoot, then you'll love this. The nuaghty dog team have really pulled out the stocks in this mad action 3d cartoon adventure.
Summary: This game is positively without doubt THE best game out on the ps2 console for the price you pay. Don't pay $$ for games like Enter the Matrix and stuff, buy this game. This game is highly recommended, it will keep you busy for hours with its stunning graphics, great story, and fairly good story.
Summary: Although it might seem slightly too easy and short for many advanced gamers this game is certainly worth a look because it really is quality. It is the best looking platform game available and is a must for all PS2 owners. You will not be disappointed.
Summary: There's no doubting that this game is an excellent one, but it is nothing new. Graphically the N64 was doing what this does two to three years ago - does anyone remember Banjo Kazooie? Well Jak and Daxter is a clone of that same game.