[gameinfo title=”Game Info” game_name=”Jak And Daxter Trilogy” developers=”Naughty Dog” publishers=”Sony” platforms=”Vita/PS3″ genres=”” release_date=”Out Now” version_played=”Vita/PS3″]
Jak and Daxter came to life on the PS2 in the form or 3 games. The games are considered story-based platformers, which include many puzzles and platform elements, in conjunction with avoiding enemies and other obstacles, as well as using an array of different weapons and vehicles. Set on an unnamed planet, the games follow the two protagonists, Jak and Daxter, as they try to unlock the secrets of their world, and discover the mysteries left behind by the Precursors. The series consists of many differing and unique locations both in the future world and past, which include jungles, deserts, mountainous terrains, villages and metropolitan cities.
Unfortunately this great series is let down by it’s presentation on the Vita. The collection ran at 60fps on the PS3 and unfortunately this is not the case here. The framerate ranges from acceptable to almost unplayable. It’s completely dependent on which game you’re playing and at what location. You will still be able to get through the games in all their glory but not without your fair share of graphical hiccups.