Does anybody know the part where Daxter freaks out and dives under Jak's legs?
What's on your mind?
I've always thought of Seem as being a non-binary character, even when I played Jak & Daxter as a kid before I really had any idea of what a non-binary or agender person is. I think I've always thought androgynous characters were pretty cool, and it added to the mystery and mysticism of the character for me. Seem is one of my favourite characters from the third game, and in fact, one of the earliest examples in my memory of a non-binary character/person I encountered.
I know Seem is canonically female, and I'm not trying to argue against that, but I'm interested to know if any other fans thought of/think of Seem as agender/non-binary. It would be very validating for me ^_^. And if not, I'd love to hear why!!
Just a thought,
It was much clearer and a much better closeup shot, with just the cannon itself in the picture.
The new one shows extra stuff like a Hellcat Cruiser and the yellow Elite Guard in the same shot. In fact you can barely see the turbo cannon, way off in the background.
The Elite Guard is rather distracting since it catches your eye a lot faster than the turret off in the distance.
It's a bad image and needs to be returned to the old one.
Imagine. A look into the series where Jak and Daxter went back into the past. I know it sounds like some "Back to the Future" story line, but it could be a possibility. The beginning of Jak 2 we are able to see its end before the final end. All we see is the gang leaving the past, the medal heads invading that world, and at the end we watched Samos and young Mar (Jak) go to the past to protect him. The time between going to the past (and the invasion of the medal heads to the past) and the future is shrouded the most in darkness of mystery and medal heads. Nothing is really known about the invasion nor the battle to create Haven City. The underlying story is that the great Mar created the city from the bottom up. How about a story we wanted. The precursor's did say he did great things for both the past and the present. The issue with that statement was whether WHEN it truly was. Its time for a real rebut for he series. Enough with these single remakes. Lets finally get that triple A game we were waiting for, and finally solidify the story line.
Mine is Jak II. It was my first Jak and Daxter game, so I didn't notice the drastic change from the first game, and saw it as the definitional Jak game. In my opinion it has the most interesting story, most well-developed characters, the best level design, the best music, and the highest overall quality of execution.