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Submitted by hitthegspot 1683d ago | review

Fragland Review: Jak & Daxter: The Lost Frontier

Those that have been following the series for some time know that Eco is the life power of Jak's world, but that that is exactly where the problem lays. There's a huge shortage on Eco which got the world out of balance. Jak, Daxter and Eco Sage-in-training Keira feel called upon like true heroes and go looking to the outer boundaries of their world, looking for an explanation for the shortage. Unfortunately things don't go smoothly for Jak due to the many air pirates who love nothing more than to get their hands on Eco. (Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier, PSP) 75/100

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