Excerpt: Now the Jak & Daxter franchise has gone out with a bang, there is still room for spin-offs. Last year, we got the likeable Jak X: Combat Racing, but this year, the franchise goes back to its roots. Daxter for PSP once again is a platform game. And a damned good one, I might add.
Excerpt: In all honesty, as I wandered down the rows of PSPs on display at last year’s E3 and saw the word “Daxter” on a marquee, my first thought—after “why?” —was of how much it didn’t matter since I would never play it. That was last May.
Excerpt: Date: 4/10/2006 It’s taken a little time, but the PSP finally has itself a marquee platformer. Not only is Daxter by far the best platform game available on the PSP, it’s one of the best games on the system.
Excerpt: Jak and his furry buddy are back again for another adventure. Only this time, Jak’s not there. Captured and taken prisoner, it’s up to Daxter to rescue Jak under his, er... “cover” as bug exterminator.
Excerpt: Daxter is the fifth game in the Jak & Daxter series and the first on the PSP. While the series has taken a few twists and turns over the past few years, first becoming a free-roaming, mission-based driving game and then a racing game, Daxter returns the series to its platformer roots and does a damn...
Excerpt: Developer – Ready at Dawn Publisher - SCEA Features 1-2 Players Memory Stick Duo – 160 KB Wi-Fi Compatible (Ad Hoc) Anyone who owns a PS2 has no doubt played any of the games in the Jax series. The first one, Jax and Daxter, was the introduction to what would be a great series.
Excerpt: It may have taken a while, but the PSP is heating up. No one could have been more surprised than I was that Sony's handheld sputtered so profoundly and so long out of the gate with its serious lack of quality software, but those days appear to be over.