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Submitted by s8anicslayer 1961d ago | review

GCM: Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier Review

GCM writes: "Where has the time gone? I can distinctly remember back to the days leading up to the release of the PS2, when it was announced that developer Naughty Dog was handing over the keys to their prodigious Crash Bandicoot series in favor of this as-yet-unknown platformer called Jak and Daxter. Many gamers – myself included – felt the bittersweet sting of reality, as we simultaneously wondered what would become of our dear marsupial friend, but felt the twinge of excitement at the prospect of this new dynamic duo. It's no secret what became of Crash; after a few stumbly-fumbly releases and getting bounced around to various publishers, he finally faded off into obscurity, never to return to his former glory (RIP my friend)." (Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier, PSP) 8.3/10

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