Jak and Daxter Collection Headed to PlayStation Vita

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Jak and DaxterJak and Daxter is one of the numerous PlayStation franchises known by most gamers. Even if you aren’t a PlayStation faithful, the long eared Jak and his furry friend Daxter are easily recognizable. February of last year, the beloved game series received a much deserved HD remake for the PlayStation 3. And this upcoming June, the Jak and Daxter Collection is coming to a PlayStation Vita near you for $29.99. What better way to experience the franchise, for newcomers and veterans alike, than with updated visuals and portability? Similar to Muramasa Rebirththe PlayStation Vita’s OLED screen will do justice to such a bright and colorfully rich game series as Jak and Daxter.

Jak and Daxter Collection

Jak and Daxter Collection

The Jak and Daxter Collection consists of:

  • Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy
  • Jak II
  •  Jak 3.
  • Full dedicated PlayStation Vita Trophy support (not shared with the PlayStation 3 iteration)
  • Touch-based control integration for mini games.
  • Reproduced graphics (HD).

Will any of you out there be picking this up?


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