I've always wondered: how in the world did people think this game was better than the first one? Don't get me wrong, I think it's a good game either way, but there are soooooooooooooo many things wrong with it.
- Haven City is a NIGHTMARE to travel through. The place feels disjointed and twisted, resulting in too many times of getting turned around just because there are no landmarks to speak of. I'm relying more on the map than my memory of the place.
- The vehicles in this game control horribly. I can normally deal with wonky vehicle controls, but this is just bad. None of the hover cars and bikes have good turning or handling, and they always feel heavier than they need to be. I've crashed into more things than I care to even think about doing something as simple as delivering a package.
- The guns aren't as impressive as the ones in Ratchet & Clank. They don't have quite the same impact or necessity, apart from more escalated scenarios. Otherwise, I'll just stick with my usual melee moves instead.
Does anyone else feel this way about Jak 2? Because I feel I'm the only one, since everyone praises the game for being "better" than Jak & Daxter: The Precursor Legacy, which, in my opinion, is the superior game in the trilogy.