If you missed it the first couple of times, you’ll soon have another chance to try these PS2 classics!
According to the official Playstation blog, four of the Jak and Daxter games will be made available on the PS Store later this year. The games included in this release will be Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy, Jak II, Jak III, and Jak X: Combat Racing. The original trilogy has already gotten a collection on the PS3, so those who already bought that might not be all that excited for this re-release. However, those who were fans of Jak X: Combat Racing are in luck, since this is the first time the game will be available in any form since it’s original 2005 release on the Playstation 2.
As part of being brought to the PS4 the games are getting the full suite of enhancements that come with being on the console. Each game is getting “up-rendered” to 1080p, receiving trophy support, and will be compatible with both Share Play and Remote Play. The games are to be made available on the PlayStation Store later this year, but there is no word yet on either pricing or a more specific release date.
Are you tempted to pick these up? What do you think about these sorts of re-releases in general?