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Submitted by Cyrus365 2156d ago | review

Hollywood Chicago: Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier Review

Hollywood Chicago writes: "It would be polite to say that "Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier" is merely an unessential entry in one of the most beloved franchises of the '00s. It would be more accurate to say that it's a disappointment, a missed opportunity to create a true sequel to one of the most essential PSP games in the history of the handheld platform, "Daxter"." (Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier, PS2, PSP) 2.5/5

sundar112  +   2156d ago
A very good game, probably going to pick up for my psp pretty soon. But i wonder whether we will ever have a ps3 version.
Elven6  +   2156d ago
I doubt it but if you have a backwards compatible system you can play the PS2 version on your PS3 with uprsed textures, added AA, etc.
dipsetboy17   2156d ago | Spam
Cajun Chicken  +   2156d ago
I for one enjoyed it, however, HIG have to learn how to make better bosses.
wahaha520   2154d ago | Spam
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