Jak and Daxter The Precursor Legacy Trophy Guide. Difficulty: * A platforming adventure and a revamp of the original 2001 title on the PlayStation 2. A reasonably easy game, with only one playthrough required.
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Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy HD
Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy HD is a platform adventure game, originally released on the PlayStation 2 in 2001 and redone in HD with trophy support for the PlayStation 3 in 2012. Players must gather items in order to progress through the game, while avoid hazards, attack enemies, and solve platforming puzzles.
Jak is on a quest to help his friend Daxter who has transformed into an otter and weasel hybrid called an ottsel. During which, they must save their world from Gold and Maia, who threaten to flood everything with Dark Eco.
Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy on the PS2 received high praise, with an average score of 90%, for its graphics, light-hearted action, and overall fun.
The majority of the trophies are story-related, with the exception of finding collectibles and a few mini-games. Only one playthrough is required, with the freedom to return and unlock any other trophies afterwards, which means there are no missable trophies.
Should only take the average player 10-15 hours to claim the Platinum.
NOTE: The trophies on the PS4 have a separate list from those on the PS3 and PS Vita.
You will be able to return to previous areas after completing the game, so on your first playthrough you can simply play and enjoy yourself. Grab any collectibles you happen to come across, and only do the side quests if you feel like it. In the end, you will already have unlocked the majority of the trophies.
Once that's finished, it's time to mop-up. This means finding all the power cells, scout files, and precursor orbs, as well as any other trophies you may have missed during the initial playthrough. Check out our Jak and Daxter The Precursor Legacy trophy guide links under our Links tab for to see which trophies you're missing and their requirements, as well as for some collectible guides.
IGN has a useful Walkthrough, here:
And a text-based Walkthrough, by American Arsenal:
Here's a fantastic Trophy Guide by Shemhazat:
And a detailed Trophy Guide here, by River_32:
DKsDragon has a great Trophy Guide, here:
And a useful Trophy Guide here, by Demon:
Here's a Precursor Collectibles Guide, by Selmiak:
And a Scout Fly Collectibles Guide, by AdrenalineSL:
And a Power Cells Collectibles Guide, by Total_Addiction:
Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: