Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier
The graphics suck, Why am I mostly flying in the game for 99% of it, Daxter should have never turned dark Daxter, and hopefully if they ever mak a jak and daxter 4 that the story and graphics never follow this pile of poo. Dont waste your money on it... not even used....
Nice J&D Game!! :)
I loved the story, it's fun has a lot of upgrades, not a short story, it's pretty long to me. Awesome that you get to play in different plane's and play as Jak, Daxter all over again, I got for just $17.99 it's not bad for the price. I like. :)
Good game ive liked it for a long time hope u will
this game has been good for many years love it and will for a while.
this is just as good as the ps2 jak games, the controls are different, but work great, the platforming is great, the gunplay is about the same, and they've added flight challenges, these feel tight, but also work. this is a very fun game.
very fun. the flying missions which is most of the game are awsome! nice final game in thr beloved series.
Nice PSP Game
This game is pretty good and the storyline is good. But I have to say the graphics give this a 9. The storyline and last appeal is a 8. But this is a totally great Sony game on the PSP.
Jak and Daxter....back and better than ever!!!
I just got this game a few days ago and its by far my favorite game for my psp ever!! This game is perfect for hardcore and casual games. It has a great story and awesome gameplay. In the game you get different eco powers (which are amazing) that you use to progress through different areas in the game. You also get different gun attachements which each do different things. There is also the plane levels which are very fun. You get a total of 5 ships over the entire game and you can customize them by adding and taking away different weapon and armour attachements. In a couple of the levels you even get to play as dark daxter which is enjoyable because you get to not play as jak for a little while. But over-all the controls are very comfortable and easy, the gameplay can get a little hard at parts but it still stays fun, the graphics are top-notch for a psp game and are very beautiful and crisp, and the sound is great also because all the characters have full-speaking voices (unlike most Nintendo DS games) and the music is enjoyable and catchy. TEN out of TEN game.
Dont waste your money...trust me
I am hardcore Jak and Daxter fan...Jak and Daxter The Precursor Legacy was my first game. Amazing game. I love all Jak and Daxter games, this one sucks! Waste of my money, i played it for about 10 mins and quit. AHH it was so disappointing, NOT MADE BY NAUGHTYDOG. = VERYYY BAD. Terrible graphics, Super bad game play, BORING, Cheesy, Weird, And bad story line.
Great for some people
I personally enjoyed jak and daxter from the beginning till about Jak X combat racing ( did not enjoy that). If you enjoyed the original jak and daxter i highly recommended it for either consoles. The only flaw i have with it is its not made by naughty dog other than that its a great jak and daxter game for the psp.
Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier [PSP
This is a great game . I find it a lot of fun and it about time since other games nothing but blood and violence.. I am glad that they made another Jak and Daxter game but it has some flawsThe graphics are on top notch exactly like the ps2 series showing what the psp can handle. Solid gameplay, challenging platform puzzles, and a touch of wacky humour make Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier a good addition to Sony's much-loved series. The Jak and Daxter series is a household name among platforming fans, getting much love for its madcap adventures imbued with a good dose of action and puzzle-solving. The latest addition to the series is no different:Solid gameplay, challenging platform puzzles, and a touch of wacky humour make Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier a good addition to Sony's much-loved series. The Jak and Daxter series is a household name among platforming fans, getting much love for its madcap adventures imbued with a good dose of action and puzzle-solving. The latest addition to the series is no different: