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Article by MisterH posted over a year ago
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You can no longer donate VIA Kickstarter, but you can still donate using Paypal: http://www.disastercake.com/paypal/pledge.php
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If you donate $15 you can get a DRM-Free or Steam copy of the Digital PC, Linux, or Mac Key.
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If you donate $15 you can get the PSVita or PS4 Version.
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If you donate $15 you can get a Wii U Version.
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If you donate $15, you get the Digital Soundtrack.
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If you donate $30, you get the Digital Artbook.
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If you donate $5 you get the Digital Manual.
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Review by Bond_Of_Fury posted over a year ago
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What strikes me about Jak and Daxter is that a lot of people have heard of them, but at the same time not that many people have played a Jak game, and certainly not the very first game - The Precursor Legacy. This probably goes to show just how much of an influence the first Jak and Daxter game had on modern-day platformers. After all, there really weren’t any good genuine platformers on the PlayStation 2, or on any console for that matter except for games like Mario 64, Spyro the Dragon or Crash Bandicoot. It was Jak and Daxter that set a new benchmark for platform games on the PlayStation 2, and a lot of great games followed (let’s take the first Ratchet & Clank game to give just one example). Jak and Dexter: the Precursor Legacy is not my favourite game in the series (I played two of them :D), but still there is a certain charm to this game that makes you stick to it even after you finished the main storyline. I gotta say, the story didn’t stick to my memory much, probably because it wasn’t really worth much. But what The Precursor Legacy lacked in plot and fleshed-out characters, the game made up for with pure, clean platforming fun.
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Review by vegeta007 posted over a year ago
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Some of may have heard of Ratchet and Clank..... some have not.These have always been one of personal favourites and the best(according to me)was Ratchet and Clank 2.

This game has always been a wonderful one no matter how many times I've played it.The graphics were pretty cool for it's time and the gameplay was nothing but excellent and kept me up for hours on end and finally the humor kept me laughing for hours(and it still does)

The storyline was not too exciting but was still good and kept me wondering, why and how did they make a vicious little fuzz ball? Gamers who seek a challenge won't find much of it here but you'll have so much fun you care XD

As with any game the enemies are always getting stronger, but in this case they get weirder and more complex at first you find armed mechas, armed security bots, artificial snowman and finally a giant (whatever it was XD) of death. You also have those one hit enemies a cleaning bot, a protopet(don't know what that is) and my favourite, the cuddly hound of death.
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