Reviews and Problems with Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier
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A Great Addition to the Jak and Daxter Franchise
James Simmons, Amazon
6 December 2014
Summary: A very good game. It feels like a mixture of the original Jak and Daxter and Jak 2. Aside from the sometimes awkward camera controls, this is an excellent addition to the Jak and Daxter franchise but this time for PSP. It feels like the other Jak games, the music, voices, high quality cinematics, all of it looks great and fits the series. I do agree with the other reviewers saying that the story is a bit weak compared to the other games, and it also is a bit shorter.
Summary: Personally I thought the game was fun and different. Takes a little getting used to the controls. I'm more familiar with Daxter as I never played the first three aside from Jak 2 here and there.
Summary: I bought this game two nights ago and finished it earlier today. Everything about this game is as good as the others, only complaint is no Dark Jak and the not enough Dark Daxter. The story is solid and gameplay is like traditional games, the camera can be a little frustrating at times but youll get use to it. The length of the game is what kills it for me. I spend [...
Summary: A good fun and adventure game. [reminds me a little of that other duo, aka ratchet and clank] as the pair go from planet to planet fighting all kinds of enemies. well recommended if you are into this kind of game.
Summary: Jak and Daxter : The last frontier is the 5th game in playstations other big platforming exclusive (The other of course being Ratchet and Clank). The game throws in a variety of shooting and drving platform areas, all with a 3rd person view and was released late 2009. Jak and Daxter is set in a world where gods once stood, now though they have all gone and all that is left is the strange substance called Eco.