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Jak II
Game Profile
Description

Created and developed by Naughty Dog, Inc., Jak II is the follow-up to the “Greatest Hits” PlayStation 2 debut title, Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy. Destined to be one of the hottest titles of the year, Jak II will stun players with its innovative character designs and animations, superior technology and spectacular graphics.

Previews

Hands-On Preview
Written by Matt Swider on 05/26/03
Matt goes hands on with Naughty Dog's very different sequel to Jak and Daxter.

First Impressions
Written by Chris Reiter on 03/31/03
Jak goes solo in his newest adventure and Chris goes in for a solo preview.


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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
PlayStation 2
PUBLISHER:
SCEA
DEVELOPER:
Naughty Dog
GENRE: Platformer
PLAYERS:   1
RELEASE DATE:
October 14, 2003
ESRB RATING:
Teen
IN THE SERIES
Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier

Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier

Daxter

Jak X: Combat Racing

Jak 3

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