Excerpt: Just last week, I complained Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time wasn't getting much publicity - at least when compared to other games. Cue at least ten commercials between then and now. I expect the same jump for Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier , a game that managed to sneak in under my radar and of most people I've talked to.
Excerpt: Outside of the kart combat game Jak X, it's been quite some time since we've seen a Jak and Daxter game. Daxter made a solo appearance in the excellent PSP game that bore his name, but that was an adventure all the Ottsel's own without any help from Jak. Now Jak makes his PSP debut and the duo are reunited once again in Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier.
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 imperative that when developers port big franchises over to a portable unit that they consider one crucial aspect: does this successfully do the job if it were a console game? We've practically seen every major PlayStation franchise arrive on the PSP: Final Fantasy, Grand Theft Auto, Gran Turismo, Ratchet and Clank, Twisted Metal, and so on.
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