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Game Description:Daxter goes from sidekick to star in the first title that has him adventuring on his own! Usually sharing the screen with his buddy Jak, Daxter goes solo for this PSP-exclusive platformer. Play from Daxter's perspective through a story that details the two years he spent by himself in Haven City and shows how he freed Jak. Surprise enemies, scale walls, and squeeze into tight places by taking advantage of Daxter's agility in Animal Mode. Enter Daxter's dreams in special bonus levels where the wannabe hero finally gets to be the real thing! Connect with your PS2 via USB to unlock secret stuff for Daxter and Jak X: Combat Racing.
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  • Naughty Dog Wants To Make Another Jak and Daxter Game

    Developer Naughty Dog (Uncharted 2) would like to make a Jak and Daxter game. It's just waiting for the go-ahead from Sony, and then it's on. “We definitely hear a lot from our Jak fans and we'd love to be able to be working on a new Jak product at some point. That might be on the cards,” community manager Arne Meyer replied. The...

    Posted August 19, 2009

    Naughty Dog Wants To Make Another Jak and Daxter Game

 


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