Jak And Daxter PS2 Classics Coming To PS4 Next Week

PlayStation 2 bootup gets faithful recreation in form of Play Station 4 theme

PlayStation 2 bootup gets faithful recreation in form of Play Station 4 theme

Truant Pixel with help from PlayStation US, Japan and even Naughty Dog built this PS4 dynamic theme, combining "multiple disparate elements into a single piece of theme software which mimics the sights, sounds, and functionality of the Playstation 2 Dashboard".

So now is a flawless time for fans that played the originals, and for new gamers who never touched a Jak and Daxter game to explore one (or three) of Naughty Dog's older titles.

After a bit of speculation over the past few days, Sony has confirmed that the remaining three games in the Jak and Daxter series are coming to the PS4. This served as a springboard for narrative experimentation, leading to a lot of the masterpiece quality work we see from them today.

The remaining Jak and Daxter games will arrive next Wednesday, December 6, just in time to play over whatever time off you may get for the holidays. In the games, Jak and Daxter fight evil forces and prove that good will triumph over in the end.

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A new trailer for Jak II, Jak 3, and Jak X: Combat Racing has been embedded above. Now gamers will be able to purchase all four installments separately or as part of a bundle.

The narrative tropes Naughty Dog explored in Jak and Daxter laid the foundation for the evolution of their highly innovative story telling. Naughty Dog would go on to create the Uncharted and The Last of Us franchises.

Jak X: Combat Racing, Naughty Dog's wild vehicular combat PS2 classic will be available for the first time anywhere since its release back in October 2005.

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