Back in April, we learned that Jak and Daxter were set to make their return in the form of PS2 Classics on PSN.
Originally developed by Naughty Dog, all three games will receive the full PS2 Classics treatment (including visuals up-rendered to 1080p and full Trophy support) for their re-release on the PS4.
Sony has revealed when the rest of the Jak and Daxter saga will be available on PS4. This served as a springboard for narrative experimentation, leading to a lot of the masterpiece quality work we see from them today. This had a very salubrious effect on the Jak and Daxter games on the whole. As the games progressed, the story in each got better, edgier, and more interesting with the depth added by this creative choice.
Naughty Dog released Jak II for PlayStation 2 on 14 October 2003. When Jak 3 and Jak X were released, the franchise saw a brand new day unfold in its history. People will be able to buy the games separately or together in a bundle. Sony has confirmed that Jak 2, Jak 3 and Jak X Combat Racing will be making their way to the PlayStation Store next week, on December 6th.
Naughty Dog said that four Jak and Daxter games from the PlayStation 2 will be released on the PlayStation Store as digital downloads for the PlayStation 4. Jak and Daxter evolved from whimsical lighthearted platforming characters to a much darker vision of a future's past world where Jak and Daxter find themselves pitted against multiple dark forces moving against them.
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