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Jak & Daxter: The Lost Frontier
8 June 2012
Excerpt: Jak & Daxter, the popular platform duo, makes its comeback after having been gone for quite some time. Naughty Dog put the heroes aside after the “kart-racer” Jak-X to make the transition to the next-gen Sony consoles with Nathan Drake.
Summary: Prepare for non-stop action and adventure as the duo travel across mysterious lands and take to the sky on a mission to save their planet from destruction. Take this incredible adventure with you anywhere on your PSP, or play it at home with PS2.
Excerpt: It's been awhile since the last true Jak and Daxter game. The former most recently enjoyed a spot of combat racing, while the latter dipped his tail into the PSP's waters. It looks as if Daxter got the better part of the deal, because he's returning to the PSP and bringing Jak along with him.
Conclusion: Review Scoring Details for Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier Overall: 8.5 Despite its few issues, The Lost Frontier is yet another gratifying Jak and Daxter game that feels right at home on the PSP.
Summary: Jak is back! One of Sony's quirkiest duos continues their story onward from Jak III, as the stalwart and wise-cracking heroes struggle to uncover more secrets of the eco. Sky pirates, huge cities and plenty of other exotic platform-filled locations await platformer fans.
Pros: Fun, classic platforming gameplay, with plenty of aerial levels, Looks and sounds great, Surprising level of ship customization
Cons: Some serious camera issues, Occasionally very difficult -- partly because of the camera, Nothing new here
Conclusion: As it is, Jak & Daxter: The Lost Frontier is one of the best platformers available for PSP (the other ones being LittleBigPlanet and the three-year-old Daxter ). It also stands as evidence that there's life in the old Naughty Dog series yet. Any chance of a Jak game for PS3 then?
Conclusion: Ein gelungenes Comeback der Jak and Daxter Helden. Mit viel Humor, Action und sogar Luftschlachten ist das Spiel sehr unterhaltsam und lohnenswert. Hier stecken Action & RPG-Elemente drin, die das Spiel lohnenswert machen für jeden PSP Besitzer.
Pros: Abwechslung, viel Witz und Charme, schöne Videosequenzen, deutsche Sprachausgabe, Upgrades
Cons: Schlechte Kameraführung, Steuerung in Flugsequenzen schlecht, relativ leicht, Konturenschärfe nicht optimal