Jak X: Combat Racing

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Jak X: Combat Racing
US Cover Art
Basic Information
Video Game
Naughty Dog
Sony Computer Entertainment
Jak and Daxter
Jak and Daxter
Jak 3
Racing, Vehicular Combat
PlayStation 2
Jak X: Combat Racing
Technical Information
Main Credits
Amy Hennig
Elodie Hummel
Hirokazu Yasuhara, Richard Lemarchand
Billy Howerdel, Dean Menta, Larry Hopkins
Christopher Christensen, Neil Druckmann
European Union European Release Date(s)
PlayStation 2
November 42005
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
PlayStation 2
October 182005
Australia Australian Release Date(s)
PlayStation 2
October 262005
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Jak X: Combat Racing was a vehicular combat game for the PlayStation 2. It was the 4th Jak and Daxter game, and the last to be developed by Naughty Dog.

Reception[edit | edit source]

The game met generally good reviews, earning a 76/100 from GameSpot. [1]

Memory Card problems[edit | edit source]

The game was met with a potentially game breaking glitch on launch. Occasionally, the game data for the game will corrupt, but this can be worse than simply deleting the game's data. In severe cases, it will damage the memory card beyond repair, leaving all progress, for all games lost.

A workaround would have you eject the memory card during regular play, then re-inserting it when you need to save. The Official PlayStation Magazine said that players could, if they wish, send in their copy to receive a fixed copy of the game, a new memory card, and a SOCOM Navy SEALs game. No-one is yet claiming responsibility for broken memory cards.

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