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Submitted by Cyrus365 1661d ago | review

Bright Hub: Jak and Daxter - The Lost Frontier Review

BH writes: "Jak and Daxter were big stars in the PS2 days, but their absence in this current generation has caused a bit of rebellion amongst fans of the series – we were dying to know when we'd hear about this dynamic duo again. Like a mystical vision in the desert, a new game was announced for the series at E3 this year, it was announced so fast that you could've missed it if you didn't pay attention. Jak and Daxter – The Lost Frontier is a game that was so perfect for this holiday season if Naughty Dog is planning a true sequel for the PS3 sometime next year. But just because a game can be made, doesn't mean it should be made, so which one is it for this game?" (Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier, PSP) -

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