The games are considered story-based platform games, including many puzzles involving jumping, sometimes in conjunction with avoiding enemies, and in later games, using different weapons in third-person shooter style. The story focuses on Jak and Daxter, two friends going on adventures in multiple locations in a fictional world, including jungles, volcanoes, cities and deserts.
There are four game in the main series and two spin-offs, though these are also considered to be part of the main series storywise. The original trilogy was re-released on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita as part of a HD collection.
Connection With All-StarsEdit
- Jak and Daxter playable characters in the game. Jak can also become Dark Jak and Light Jak as his Level 2 and Level 3 Super Moves respectively.
- Sandover Village, the main hub area from The Precursor Legacy, is featured as a stage. Samos and Keira appear in the background of the stage. Also, a Lurker Shark appears as an obstacle in Sandover Village trying to eat the fighters when they fall in the water.
- Keira appears as a minion.
- Ashelin, Count Veger, and Torn also appear as DLC Minions.
- A Lurker Shark also appears in the stage Time Station.
- The stage Black Rock Stadium is a mash-up between Twisted Metal and Jak and Daxter. Baron Praxis appears on the video screen. Two Hellcat Cruisers piloted by the Krimzon Guards appeared from the Rift Gate, joining the fight in the tournament. There are also two Turbo Cannon's that appear from the Rift Gate, attacking the vehicles and the players. There appears to be Dark Eco flowing on where the lava was in the second half of the stage.
Connection With All-Stars IIEdit
- Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy - 2001 (PS2/PS3/PS Vita)
- Jak II - 2003 (PS2/PS3/ PS Vita)
- Jak 3 - 2004 (PS2/PS3/ PS Vita)
- Jak X: Combat Racing - 2005 (PS2)
- Daxter - 2006 (PSP)
- Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier - 2009 (PS2/PSP)
- PlayStation Move Heroes - 2011 (PS3)
- Jak and Daxter Collection - 2012 (PS3/PS Vita)