3.83 stars 3.83/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews spread across 6 releases and 0 DLC
Well, here we have Jak's sidekick, Daxter, who's finally got his solo game, and what's to expect? Well, this game is simply gorgeous! Ready at Dawn (who was also in charge of God of War: Chains of Olympus) did an amazing job bringing the Haven City world to the portable console and the fans of Jak II and Jak III will feel right at home. It has amazing graphics, controls, incredible music and just too much fun! The story of this game starts right before the beginning of Jak II, when Jak is caught...
The first thing you notice when playing Daxter is the graphics. They are simply amazing. If it wasn't for Tekken this would be by far the best looking game on the PSP. The environments are large, the cutscenes are beautiful, and the framerate stays fairly consistent. While the world isn't as big as Jak II and 3 for a PSP game about a little fuzzy guy not half the size of the regular people it's big enough. Gameplay in Daxter consists of the familiar platforming and vehicular levels from previou...
When we think of a portable game, our thoughts usually wander to something enjoyable, something that will give you an immersing experience and something that mostly should keep you busy for a pretty long time. And, then you think of the kind of PSP games we come across. Most of them are to be ignored. But, often on PSP comes a game like Daxter that doesn't revolutionise anything in particular, but just does something differently. The thing that this lovable 3D Action Platformer does differ...
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