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Summary: Naughty Dog has an impressive pedigree. Crash Bandicoot and Jak and Daxter have earned well deserved reputations for producing consistent, engaging, even genre-defining quality. This is very evident at the start of each series, as the adventures are fresh to the gaming public - yet as we all know, Naughty Dog loves a good trilogy. So, it is worth asking, is this quality brightest at the end or has the shine faded? Well, I'll begin with an interesting fact.
Pros: Varied, fun, and developed with skill!
Cons: Some missions are dull, and sadly not skippable!
Excerpt: "Jak 3 is obviously the third installment in a series of 4, and I'm going to be reviewing it on the Playstation 2. The first is called Jak and Daxter, the second Jak II: Renegade, and this, the third, Jak 3. There is now also Jak X available. The story The story of the game is that Jak is a 'dark eco freak', so is banished to the desert, and is joined by Daxter, Jak's companion from the famous game 'Jak and Daxter'. Other outcasts from the city ...
Summary: Jak and Jak II were fantastic games so when Jak III was brought out for Playstation 2 I had to get it and I have to say I wasn't disappointed. The series started off with a mute hero and a comical rodent sidekick and has transformed into a dark story about an angry hero and comical rodent trying to save a doomed city. The main character Jak has got a little older in this version. His appearance has changed slightly as well and he looks alot meaner.
Summary: Jak 3 is an action game developed by Naughty Dog exclusively for the Playstation 2. Jak and Daxter have been chucked out from Haven city and left to survive in the desert, you will do some missions for the people that rescue you but inevitably you will end up back in Haven city to liberate it from the clutches of Count Verger.
Summary: Well, I played this for about 2 minutes at a friend's house and I got bored. I was playing the ridiculous gladiator level at the beginning and this random purple electricity came along and Jac suddenly was suspended in mid-air then some lava came through the ground then Jac did a weird dance and died. I did warn you... NEVER play this game.
Summary: Warning: spoilers This is a great game! With this Jak game, there are several new powers for Jak- as well as a whole new identity for Jak, Light Jak! New powers include, but are not limited to, Healing( Light jak ), Dark Strike( Dark Jak ), Time Stop,( Light Jak ), and the best power of them all, Light Flight! there are new areas- one which is even larger than the Haven City of Jak 2! copywrite Stephanie A.
Pros: Many abilities, less dying
Cons: many different buttons have different uses and harder to be learned
Summary: if you liked the game jak 2 you will like this game even more. you get to fight for to new cities now, haven city and spargus city. haven city has fallen into ruins and the krimzon guards creation the krimzon death bots have gotten a new leader and have attacked and smashed haven city. the krimzon guards are much better soldiers and are actually on your side for once in the whole series.they are covered in blue armor and call them selves the freedom league.
Finds a middle ground between the mediocrity of the first title and the excellence of the second
22 September 2006
Summary: In a way, Jak 3 is more of a direct sequel to chapter two than it is a continuation of the storyline that was established in part one. I realize that this was meant to be the end of a journey, a "coming of age" story that follows the title character through his innocence, his adolescence, and finally his ascent into adulthood.
Summary: Note: This review is spoiler free with regards to the game's story All good things must eventually come to an end, such as the star wars series, the lord of the rings trilogy, and the Jak and Daxter trilogy (not including the racing game and Daxter's own PSP game). After two excellent games, our favorite elfin friend and his furry sidekick come to the last entry in the Jak trilogy. The big question is: Is it a good ending? I'm pleased to say that overall, yes.