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Platform : Sony PSP
122 customer reviews
Metascore: 85 / 100

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  • Enter the world of the lovable orange ottsel made popular in the Jak and Daxter franchise
  • Play as Daxter; climb walls, creep up on enemies, fit in small places, and maneuver vehicles
  • Take on a job as a pest exterminator; explore parts of Haven City in an effort to find Jak
  • Compete head-to-head against crushing opponents in multiplayer combat arena challenges
  • Connect to PS2 through USB; unlock drivers, vehicles, and graphics for Jak X Combat Racing or connect to PS2 to open up secret features in Daxter
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Daxter gives the co-star of the popular Jak & Daxter games his own adventure! Play from his animal perspective, chronicling his back-story during the two years spent alone in Haven City. As Daxter is an ottsel and not a human, players will have a unique moveset with agile abilities, as Daxter can crawl on all fours, fit in small places and maneuver vehicles. You'll need all those abilities to get through this unique platformer!

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  • ASIN: B000E0OCR8
  • Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 4.1 x 0.6 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 14, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (122 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,602 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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105 of 109 people found the following review helpful By ps2 gamer on March 22, 2006
Format: Video Game
If you've owned a PSP for a long time you've probably kept hearing that it doesn't have any good games. Daxter proves otherwise. If you've been bored with all of the games the PSP has now, be bored no longer! Daxter is quite possibly the best PSP game out there, with awesome graphics, gameplay, story, and many more features.

If you're a hardcore fan of the Jak and Daxter series like me, then you won't be disappointed with this game. It does everything great. The story takes place between Jak 1 and Jak 2. If you rememeber, at the beginning of Jak 2 Jak arrives at haven city. He is then immediately captured by the Krimzon Guards, but Daxter escapes. Jak is put in prison, and then the game skips 2 years later and you see how Daxter saves Jak. The game's storyline takes place in those 2 years, and you'll learn how Daxter saves Jak and what he has done in that time. At the beginning of the game, Daxter is offered a job as a bug exterminator. He takes it, because he hopes that while he goes around exterminating bugs he'll also find Jak along the way. By the way, these are metal head bugs, so they'll put up a fight.

Now, first of all, let's get the bad stuff out of the way. This game is kind of short, and you'll be able to finish it in 10-13 hours. Also, some people might find it disappointing that haven city is smaller than it was in Jak 2, and there aren't any people walking in the streets, even though they're flying in zoomers. However, these are very minor problems, and they don't affect the game in any very bad way.

Now on to the good things. This game's graphics are absolutely phenomenal. They are the best graphics on any PSP game out now, and I daresay that they're even better than the graphics of many PS2 games. I'm not exaggerating. They are absolutely gorgeous.
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44 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Adam Sugarman on April 26, 2006
Format: Video Game
I was truly worried about the PSP for a while there; it scared me that I saw people in the streets using their glossy new gaming system solely as an MP3 player becasue of the lack of games. After Mega Man: Powered Up was sold out in my area (the game store clerk said that people are asking about new PSP games all the time, in the hopes for a killer app), I knew the system was truly in trouble. Thank god for Daxter. As the first truly orginal great PSP game, it sure was a long time coming.

You pick up between Jak and Daxter and Jak and Daxter II. It takes place right in the middle (remember when Daxter bailed Jak out of jail? This game shows how that happened), and Daxter gets sidetracked by becoming an exterminator. Armed with an electronic fly-swatter of sorts, he goes up against the denizens of evil cockroaches and such of his world in the hopes of bailing his faithful buddy out. In truth, the story is purely functional. Don't expect Final Fantasy VII or anything here.

The first thing you'll notice is just how absolutely amazing the game looks on your little LCD screen. Bright and colorful (and high resolution to boot), I can safely say it is the best looking PSP game yet released. It is truly like having a PS2 in the palm of your hands. The one affliction of PSP gaming so far has been the terrible loading times, and thankfully Daxter all but eliminates it with its clever door system. Instead of breaking gameplay up with a loading screen, the game puts you in a small area, usually an elevator or something, while the game loads. There is some slowdown, too, but it is barely noticeable. Also, that Ottsel sure is animated well.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Shea HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 24, 2007
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Until now, Daxter was merely the ocelot sidekick of the gun-toting Jax. With the Daxter PSP game, the little otter-like creature finally gets a platformer of his very own. This is really quite fun!

Don't judge this game by its opening levels. Like most platformers, you have to begin slow, learning the basics of movement, jumping, attacking and looking around. Daxter is out slaying bugs, so he begins with the most basic of weapons - the bug swatter. He's searching for orbs, killing enemies, picking up health, and generally having a grand old time.

As the game progresses, you get a wide variety of levels to explore and ways to move around. You get to drive cars, ride on zip lines, and much more. You get new weapons to take on new, more difficult enemies. There are even cool dream sequences that let you take on movie character personalities, sort of like Gex.

Most of the missions are go-at-your-own-pace, where you can explore and track down all the hidden secrets. There are a few timed missions which might get frustrating, but as with all games, if you are patient and take your time to learn the map you can eventually get through them.

I do wish they had made this for the big screen as well as the small. As beautiful as the PSP graphics are, with great detail and level distinctiveness, there were times that for example brown boxes blended in with the brown background and things became very hard to see. You shouldn't die repeatedly because the screen is murky.

The game is relatively easy to get the hang of - but also encourages you to replay to track down all of the hidden items in the levels and to get the top score.
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