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Spiele (PSP) Hier geht's rund um die Spiele von Sonys neuem Wunderhandhelden. Grafikpower ohne Spielespaß oder beides gleichzeitig?

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Alt 19.10.2005, 20:27   #1
 
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DragonX wird schon bald berühmt werden

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Huhu,
also ich habe diese Spiele-Serie schon auf dem großen Bruder der PSP geliebt und freue mich dementsprechend riesig auf den PSP Ableger. Der Release soll anscheinend schon im Dezember erfolgen (oder doch erst Frühjahr 06?), aber es gab bisher noch fast keine News, geschweige denn genauere Infos/Details zum Spiel.
Raus damit wenn ihr mehr wisst :P ich hoffe das spiel wird genauso spaßig wie auf der PS2, außerdem ist es mal ne Abwechslung für die PSP zwischen den Renspielmassen.
Screenshots und Videos gibts bei www.gamespot.com und www.ign.com
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Alt 20.10.2005, 17:15   #2
 
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yep daxter ist so ziemlich die coolste videospielfigur die es gibt. ich liebe auch alle großentiele, da die story einfach geinial ist aun es wizig und dramatisch zuggleich ist.. in der gamepro steht dass es noch dieses jahr kommt. aber wiel nochkeinerlei infos da sind denke ich wir müssen noch bis 2006 warten

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Alt 21.10.2005, 20:37   #3
 
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After years of standing in Jak's shadow, Daxter finally gets his turn in the spotlight as he stars in his very own self-titled game. An all-new adventure platformer made exclusively for the PSP (PlayStation Portable) entertainment system, Daxter is centered around the world of the lovable orange ottsel made popular in the multi-million-selling Jak and Daxter franchise. As the first title developed by Santa Ana-based Ready At Dawn Studios, Daxter will set the standard for character action games on the PSP. Pushing the popular Jak and Daxter world in new directions through the eyes of Daxter, the title will complete the Jak and Daxter story and allow players to find out how Daxter came to free Jak at the beginning of Jak II. A no-compromise platformer with a full-featured moveset, comparable graphic capabilities and incredible animation detail, Daxter takes players on a classic platform game thrill ride.

STORYLINE
Daxter takes the Jak and Daxter franchise in a whole new direction, taking place during the two years Daxter searches for Jak, who was imprisoned during the events that led to the start of Jak II. Daxter, now on his own in an unfamiliar place, quickly realizes that being small and furry won't help his chances of survival. To help stamp out a mysterious metalbug infestation, Daxter takes on a job as a pest exterminator, enabling him to explore parts of Haven City in an effort to collect the clues that will lead him to Jak. But Daxter will soon discover that he'll get more excitement from his job than he originally bargained for.

KEY FEATURES
Daxter allows gamers to play from his animal perspective, chronicling his back-story during the two years spent alone in Haven City and answering the questions of how he managed to free Jak.
A special "Animal" mode allows Daxter to climb walls and creep up on enemies. As Daxter is an ottsel and not a human, players will have a unique moveset with agile abilities, as Daxter can crawl on all fours, fit in small places and maneuver vehicles.
One of the first games to offer PSP and PlayStation 2 interoperability, game via USB connection. Gamers can use their PSP to unlock drivers, vehicles and graphics for Jak X: Combat Racing or connect to their PS2 to open up secret features in Daxter.
Daxter's swatter and bug spray gun offers unique action mechanics across numerous seamless environments. Utilize the spray gun to hover around in the levels and add another dimension to classic platforming gameplay.
The graphical style stays true to the Jak and Daxter universe, as players will get to explore locations unseen in Jak II and Jak 3.
Players can join Daxter inside his most secret dreams where he finally gets to act out his fantasies of becoming the hero he always has pretended to be. When he falls asleep on the job, players can enter his dreams in special bonus levels and see him act out his ego-driven fantasies showing off his unique attack mechanics.
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SCEA and Ready At Dawn Studios are working on a new PSP platformer called Daxter, starring the smarmy orange ottsel of Jak & Daxter fame. While we've never figured out exactly what the hell an ottsel is, even after playing through all three of Naughty Dog's entertaining PlayStation 2 action games, we're finding the prospect of another platformer set in the Jak universe appealing.

The game takes place during the two years before the events of Jak II, and it depicts Daxter's attempt to rescue his beleaguered pal, who's being experimented on and tortured at the hands of the vile Baron Praxis. The game will apparently play similarly to the Jak games, but as an animal, you'll have some extra abilities. For instance, you'll be able to creep on all fours to sneak up on enemies quietly, and you'll be able to squeeze into tight places that a human couldn't reach. Daxter will also be armed with a swatter and bug spray, thanks to his temp job as an exterminator. Consequently, there's no telling what situations those will come in handy for.

Daxter is one of the first PSP games that will interoperate with the PS2 via USB. As a result, you'll be able to open up new cars and drivers in Jak X, in addition to obtaining "secret features" in Daxter by connecting the two systems together. The game will also feature bonus dream levels that will take place when you fall asleep on the job, which sounds like it could be pretty nifty
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Daxter (the game) tells the story of Daxter's life in the two years after he and Jak were transported to the futuristic Haven City and before he got around to rescuing Jak from the clutches of Baron Praxis. Strangely enough, it seems Daxter became an exterminator during this time, which explains why he's armed with a bug swatter and a powerful spray can during his new platforming adventure. There are a ton of things you can do with these two weapons. The swatter lets you perform a number of combos and a dash attack, depending on how you use it, and you can use the can to spray enemies and cause a respectable amount of damage. You can also spray the can into a fire to turn it into a flamethrower, or jump and then spray it downward to hover for a few seconds.

On top of this, Daxter has some other useful powers. Since he's a small animal, he can drop to all fours and squeeze into tight places that people wouldn't normally be able to get to. You can also use this crouched position to sneak up on enemies that haven't noticed your presence and then pounce on them in order to perform a silent kill. Daxter can also climb up certain walls (and you can even attack enemies with the swatter in this position). Of course, the good old butt-stomp is here, too. When we've played as Daxter in past Jak games, his play mechanics were the same as Jak's, so we're really impressed that Ready At Dawn has come up with totally new gameplay to accompany Daxter's first solo adventure. Even in its early state, the game contains a lot of really solid platforming action.

Daxter may not play exactly like a Jak game, but it sure looks like one. In fact, Daxter is just about the best-looking game we've seen on the PSP to date, and it's really not that far behind the PS2 games in terms of visual quality, aside from the expected detail reductions like texture resolution. The in-engine cutscenes feature the same wonderfully exaggerated animation as the Jak games, and Daxter even has real fur now, which is pretty impressive to see close-up. We found Daxter to represent a noticeable increase in visual quality over a lot of the launch PSP titles we've seen recently, which bodes well for the future of the system (and Ready At Dawn, presumably).

Since Daxter is set in a time before Jak II, don't expect to see a ton of familiar faces, simply because our heroes haven't met them yet. But the game will contain a similar cast of personable characters in typical Jak & Daxter style, and we were told that some of the later characters in the series, such as Errol and Count Veger, will make brief appearances. This series has always had surprisingly strong story elements, considering it belongs to a genre that doesn't exactly depend on a coherent narrative, and it looks like Daxter will admirably continue this tradition with a new addition to the story that fans will appreciate.

Apparently, there's a lot more to Daxter than Sony, Naughty Dog, or Ready At Dawn are prepared to talk about. For instance, you'll be able to collect metalhead skulls like in the Jak games, which you can then cash in for all kinds of goodies (but we weren't told exactly what kind they would be). We were also told that Daxter will contain what will amount to nearly an entire second game within the main one (but again, we don't know what that means and won't for some time). The game isn't due out until 2006, so we'll have a while to wait until we can get our hands on it again, but we'll certainly bring you more as soon as we can.
Quelle: www.gamespot.com

hab mich soo auf weihnachten gefreut ... was soll ich ohne Daxter machen?? tz, dann muss ich n anderes spiel kaufen *g*


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Alt 22.10.2005, 10:01   #4
 
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also die screens sehn scho ma richtig gut aus... freu mich auch auf das game... werds mir warscheinlich holn ^^
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