YMMV: Jak 3: Wastelander

  • Big Lipped Alligator Mission: There's a mission where Daxter gets sucked into a computer and has to play a Pac-Man style game to find a MacGuffin. It evidently wasn't supposed to be that much of a stretch, since the character who put him into the computer was one with the computer himself, but Daxter's whole body getting sucked through the screen?
  • Cliché Storm: Some of the lines of dialogue.
  • Moral Event Horizon: When exactly Count Veger crossed it is up for debate, but it's widely accepted that he crossed it. Many point to his gloating to Jak immediately after Damas' death as one.
  • Most Wonderful Sound: The charging noise of the Wave Concussor, the sound of the Mass Inverter waves, and the Nuke 'em Super Nova blast.
  • Narm: The battles between the Freedom League and the Metal Heads/KG bots become hard to take seriously, especially after the War Factory is destroyed. The entire city sans the port consists of endlessly respawning soldiers and enemies killing each other over and over. You can't even help effectively because the FL troops are just Palette Swaps of the original guards, so your weapons will automatically target them too.
  • Nightmare Fuel: The Dark Makers aren't pretty.
  • Player Punch: Damas's death makes you want to Kill Veger With Fire.
  • Rescued from the Scrappy Heap: The Hellcrap Cruiser went from being useless in Jak II to being instrumental in a certain mission.
  • Scrappy Level: The Nintendo Hard Pac-Man esque minigame in the power station. It becomes a lot easier though once you realize that you can speed up Daxter's movement.
  • Shocking Swerve: There are quite a few in this game such as the Precursors actually being ottsels like Daxter with highly advanced technology or Jak actually being Mar.
  • Tear Jerker: Damas's death. He dies in Jak's arms, never knowing that Jak is really his son, Mar. All Damas says was that it was an honor to fight with Jak and that the people need him.
  • Win Back the Crowd: For those who were unhappy with the drastic Genre Shift Naughty Dog made between Jak 1 and 2, Jak 3 offered more of a happy medium between the two.