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Jak and Daxter Get Their Own HD Collection

Posted on Tuesday, January 24 @ 17:22:29 PST by

What came after Crash Bandicoot but before Uncharted? Why did a little furry creature named Daxter get his own PSP game? How the hell did Jak become such a stuck up asshole?

You'll find the answers to these questions and more in the Jak and Daxter Collection, an HD remastering of the classic trio of Naughty Dog games for your PS3. Evan Wells, copresident of Naughty Dog announced the collection today via the PlayStation Blog. Jak and Daxter, Jak II, and Jak 3 will come complete in 720p with stereoscopic 3D on one Bluray disc.

Oh, let's not forget over 100 trophies and a platinum for each game and a retail price of only $39.99. I don't know about you, but I missed out on Jak and Daxter, so this will certainly be a nice way to catch up once it's released on February 7th.
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