Four of Naughty Dog's Jak and Daxter games are coming to PS4 later this year as PS2 Classics.
Nearly three years ago Sony released a touched up version of the Jak (& Daxter) trilogy, but now YouTuber Floordan has released a video showing what Naughty Dog's Jak 2: Renegade would look like if it were remade on modern hardware.
The rumoured deal between Sony and Gaikai will allow PS3 and maybe Vita to play old PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 1 games, GamesIndustry International reports.
PlayStation 1 Classics Resident Evil 2 and 3 will be available to download on the EU PlayStation Store from today.
The Naughty Dog team making The Last of Us very nearly made a new PS3 Jak & Daxter game, the developer has revealed.
Forthcoming PlayStation 3 HD revamp The Jak and Daxter Trilogy arrives in European stores on 22nd February - the same day as the Vita.
The pack includes touched-up versions of Naughty Dog's PS2 platformers Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy, Jak 2 and Jak 3.
You can expect 720p HD visuals, stereoscopic 3D support and over 100 Trophies to track down, some of which were unveiled on the PlayStation Blog earlier today:
Xbox 360-exclusive games need to have "quality and impact", Microsoft Studios exec Phil Spencer has insisted.
Creating Xbox 360-only games and IP is about more than the "number of releases in a year", Spencer continued, explaining Microsoft's strategy on securing exclusives for the platform.
"Creating core IP, as many first-and third-parties have seen over the years, isn't an easy thing," Spencer told GameInformer (via GamesIndustry.biz). "I went through the process of creating Gears with Epic and I know the sweat, time, and effort that went into it."
Jak and Daxter Collection launches on PlayStation 3 in February 2012, original developer Naughty Dog has announced.