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- Wreak destruction with the Gunstaff: a new weapon that also transforms into the Shockwave Concussor, Blaster, Vulcan Fury and Peace Maker.
- All new Jak and Daxter adventure - the first ever on the PSP system - takes place after the conclusion of the original trilogy.
- Classic Jak and Daxter action platforming adventure that has players navigating through new zones in the air and on the land, get to grips with new Eco powers.
- Take control of five different planes each with its own strengths and weaknesses.
- Open ended gameplay allows players to choose between critical missions and optional missions in order to gather additional modifications and Eco.
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The biggest problems with the game are the camera and using the d-pad to change weapon modes and eco powers. The camera is programmed to switch into preset positions at certain parts in the levels, and this often causes problems. It would have been much better if High Impact had just allowed the player total camera control at all times. Let the player screw it up, not the game itself. The problem with the d-pad is that there are simply too many functions mapped to it, and it's too awkward to use in the heat of combat. The player uses the d-pad to do three things: change weapon modes, change eco powers, and activate an eco power. Having to take your thumb off the analog nub to do this means Jak is a sitting duck to attacking enemies. A much better solution would have been to have a quick select system as in the Ratchet and Clank games. One button pauses the game and brings up a quick select ring with the available weapon modes and eco powers. The player chooses with the analog nub and quickly resumes gameplay. The L and R shoulder buttons could have been used to switch back and forth between a weapon ring and an eco power ring. How somebody didn't think of this is baffling.Read more ›
But there are some good aspects that still made the game a fairly decent distraction as I continue waiting for the quality "Jak and Daxter" experience I'm looking for. For instance, the musical score is fantastic, the best heard in any of the games so far(it's only too bad that the music was more epic than the story actually was...in that sense it was sorta mismatched). The flying missions, which consumes 60% of game time, is actually a ton of fun and I didn't mind that this was how the majority of the game played. This was where the game earned most of its value. And of course, being a Daxter fan, I absolutely loved how realistically fuzzy Daxter appeared in the cutscenes. I suspect other big Daxter fans will feel the same.
Pros: excellent score, the flying missions, fuzzy Daxter, polished cutscenes
Cons: Josh Keaton as Jak, Dark Daxter, lackluster story
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Shipping was fast packaging was acceptable (more than acceptable very fine) and product arrived brand new sealed no damage done.Published 12 months ago by James Weaver
I like it,but I wish they made all the Jack and Daxters for PSPPublished 12 months ago by Susan schatzle
"Excellent for All Ages(10yrs. +plus) and The:Jax and Daxter fan in your home".Published 13 months ago by david vargas
Very fun game. Arrived it new packaging like I just got it from game stop. Came a little slow In the mail but works great and brand new!Published 16 months ago by Kristie Staub