The 36 best PS2 games

With more than 1000 PS2 games available, it can be tough to know what to play. That's why we've handpicked the 36 Best PS2 Games!

#17: Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy

Year: 2001
Why It's Great: Jak II was arguably more fun (cue guns and vehicles), but the foundation of the excellent Jak and Daxter series was built on the Precursor Legacy. Naughty Dog — the studio behind Crash Bandicoot — launched its first free-roaming 3D action game with Jak and Daxter, and the game's stellar graphics and fun platforming gameplay set the stage for an excellent trilogy. Alongside Ratchet & Clank, Jak and Daxter is one of the best original series for the PS2.

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