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Jak and Daxter Trilogy (Playstation Vita)

Platform : PlayStation Vita
4.0 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews

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  • Platform: PlayStation Vita
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  • ASIN: B00D8SYI7C
  • Release Date: 21 Jun. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
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Jak & Daxter Trilogy for the PS Vita


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Having grown up in the 90s but having been a Nintendo-only kid meant that I would miss out on a lot of quality games. Back then the rules of the house meant that me and brother could only have one game console (so we went for Nintendo). So sadly I missed out on such classics including Jak and Daxter, Sly Cooper and Ratchet and Clank. Now, no longer constricted by the rules of my childhood I finally got around to getting a PS3 and Vita and decided to see these classic games I had sadly missed out on. When I was presented with a choice of getting it for either one of those consoles the choice was easy seeing as I was always more of a handheld guy anyway. That said, I cant help but feel a little dissapointed about this trilogys quality when compared to its PS3 counterpart.

The Good:

Its three, fundamentally well designed games in one package, developed by one of the greatest developers in recent gaming history. Jak 1 (Jak and Daxter the Precursor Legacy) reminds me of the earlier 3D platformers, similar to the likes of Super Mario 64. Its a phenomenal game that has a lot of charm and made my heart beat with nostalgic joy. Jak 2 decided to go for a more dark aspect. The gameplay shifted and the game got a lot harder. And the third tied up all the loose strings nicely and elegantly; it was truly a great finish to a great trilogy.

The games and their stories have been discussed at various points and there is enough information throughout the internet to fill books and since I would never be able to do these games' story justice by writting about it here I suggest, if you have any more questions, you look up the Jak and Daxter wiki.

The bad:

Where to begin? Right off the bat, when you start playing Jak 1, you will notice some framerate issues.
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I'd delayed getting this game due to the mixed reviews. However having all 3 Jak and Daxter games on the PS Vita was too much of a temptation.

In terms of The first Jak and Daxter game, I've only progressed to 21%, but have experienced the fishing mini-game and flying section. Based on these facts, I can say it's a colourful fun game, and I haven't experienced any noticable slow-downs etc. However, the minor issue with the game I've noticed is more due to the PS Vita controls. Having so small a set of thumbsticks, means I find controlling the game a little more difficult, making the game overall harder compared with it's console version. It's the same with other PS Vita games (the worst for me being Wipeout 2048), but this could just be my age and chubby fingers!! In terms of other minor issues, not all springboards seem to work like they should, and the camera moves in certain sequences, making me fall off platforms (but this happens in the console versions of the game).

I've played Jak 2 less (only 4%) but the platform and flying sections all work well with no issues I've noticed.

Jak 3, I'll have to play that later, as I'm enjoying the first game too much.

On a final note, when viewing the start animations on all games, the screen on my PS Vita goes dull after a few minutes, due to the power saving option on the console, so I have to tap the screen to return to full brightness. Plus the manual available with the game gives basic controls, but misses some of the vehicle controls on the first Jak game.
Overall This is an excellent collection of games. I loved Jak and daxter when it came out on the PS2, and I'm loving it even more on the PS Vita.
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Firstly, let me start by saying I love the Jak and Daxter series, even Jak X and Daxter. Okay, Lost Frontier was obviously another game entirely that they slapped the J&D characters onto, but even some of that was pretty enjoyable, so it's pretty heartbreaking to have to admit that this port is almost terminally broken.

Jak and Daxter - serious frame rate issues affect both the game controls and the collision detection, with button-presses getting lost between skipped frames and character animations being glitched occasionally. There's also some kind of bizarre camera setup for the right stick where the controls are inverted between the third and first person views: in other words, push right and the camera goes right if you're in third person, but left if you're in first person (or vice versa if you choose to flip the controls) though there's only one setting affecting both views in the control options so you will have to choose between having the third or first person camera controls to be backwards. The problem also extends to the vertical camera controls.
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