Jak & Daxter has long been a well beloved game series for the Sony Playstation. If a listing on the video game ratings agency Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) the game series appears to be heading to the PS Vita in the near future.
Whenever a game is listed as coming or on a particular gaming platform it will have a category rating with this agency. The PS Vita rating just popped up recently.
The game series’ creators, Naughty Dog (also responsible for the Uncharted series) haven’t officially announced that the game is coming to the handheld.
As a general rule, there doesn’t need to be an official announcement for the ESRB to have the inside skinny on something like this.
A game company can file the paperwork that will get them rated on a specific platform long before they announce to the public.
Jak & Daxter started out on the Playstation 2 but were moved over to the Playstation 3 last year, along with an HD redesign.
While there seems to be very little to keep the series going onto the Playstation 4, it only makes sense to move the series over to the handheld genre.
Assuming that the ESRB isn’t somehow mistaken, the entire series will be moving over to the handheld device. It wasn’t that long ago that Sony announced that more than 100 games would be coming to the Vita.
Is it possible that these are three of the games the company was talking about.
Jak & Daxter: The Precursor Legacy, Jak II: Renegade and Jak 3 would all be moved over to the Vita if this report is to be believed.
If there is going to be an official porting of this entire series from the PS3 over to the Vita you would think the developers or Sony would be making the announcement in the coming days.
Will you play the Jak & Daxter series on the Sony PS Vita?