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Submitted by Antholex 1129d ago | review

Jak and Daxter Trilogy Review (GodisaGeek)

GodisaGeek: "When Sony started remaking a lot of their old PlayStation 2 successes in glorious HD, people started fantasizing about which of their games would be next in line for the upgrade. Out of all of the games that were mentioned you can pretty much guarantee that the Jak and Daxter series of games would come up. It is no secret that Naughty Dog clearly knew how to make a franchise work and with them busy at work on Uncharted and now The Last of Us it’s also probably fair to say that we’re not going to see a new game in the series any time soon. Until that time hopefully comes around we’ve got the original three games, remastered and re-released in HD, 3D and anything you can think of that ends in ‘D’. Was it worth the wait or is it just something to keep the fans from going on about a new game all the time?" (Jak and Daxter HD Collection, PS3) 8/10

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