Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy

Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy

Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy is a 2001 open world stage computer game created by Naughty Dog and distributed by Sony Computer Entertainment for the Sony PlayStation 2 on 3 December 2001, as the main round of the Jak and Daxter arrangement.

The game follows the hero, a little fellow named Jak, as he attempts to help his companion Daxter after he is changed into an ottsel, an anecdotal mixture of an otter and a weasel. With the assistance of Samos the Sage, an expert of the puzzling energy called ‘Eco’ made by an antiquated race known as the Precursors, the pair discover that they should save their reality from the maverick sages Gol and Maia Acheron, who intend to flood the world with “Dim Eco”, a secretive substance which taints all it contacts.

The game offers an enormous scope of missions, collectibles and destinations frequently as minigames which give an assortment of ongoing interaction encounters, just as riddles and platforming stages which are finished by the player to continue the story. The title is regularly credited as being one of the main games with ‘no’ stacking screens, with players ready to cross from the beginning area to the last fight, and all interconnected levels in the middle, without splitting away from interactivity.

Advancement started in January 1999, following the fourth portion of Naughty Dog’s Crash Bandicoot set of three for the PlayStation. Jak and Daxter got basic recognition upon discharge with most pundits applauding the game’s assortment. Numerous pundits concurred that the game had probably the most attractive illustrations at the hour of its delivery. By 2002, the game had sold an aggregate of more than 1 million duplicates around the world, and by 2007, it had sold 2 million in the United States alone.

In 2012, it was one of the remastered ports in the Jak and Daxter Collection for the PlayStation 3, and for the PlayStation Vita in 2013. It was delivered as a “PS2 Classic” port for the PlayStation 4 on 22 August 2017, that very day as the arrival of Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.


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