Jak and Daxter Trilogy rated for PS3

German rating board outs Sony PlayStation 3 collection of Uncharted developer Naughty Dog's PS2 platformers; release window unknown.


With last week's launch of Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception, developer Naughty Dog completed a trilogy of trilogies built on original intellectual properties. One of the studio's previous trilogies appears set to receive the high-definition compilation treatment, as Siliconera today spotted a German ratings board listing for Jak and Daxter Trilogy Edition on the PlayStation 3.

Jak and Daxter appear to be in line for a current-gen compilation.
Jak and Daxter appear to be in line for a current-gen compilation.

The Jak and Daxter trilogy originally appeared on the PlayStation 2. The 3D platformer Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy kicked off the series in 2001 and took a darker turn with a pair of open-world sequels: 2003's Jak II and 2004's Jak 3. Naughty Dog followed up the Jak trilogy in 2005 with the vehicular spin-off Jak X: Combat Racing.

While the rating does not specify the Trilogy Edition's contents, the name suggests that Jak X could be left out of the package. This would not be the first time the driving game was left out of a Jak compilation; in 2009, Sony released a Jak Triple Pack on the PS2 that included only the first three games in the series.

For more on Naughty Dog's Jak games, check out GameSpot's reviews of Jak and Daxter, Jak II, Jak 3, and Jak X: Combat Racing.

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