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How much memory does digital JAK Collection consume?

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On the PSN Browser, it says "3.0GB" but is this size for all 3 games combined?

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yup its 3.5GB once installed if I remember correctly.

That's the cumulative size of all 3 games?

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I would assume if you're buying the collection in a bundle it would tell you the cumulative memory uptake. 

 

If it was going to tell you each individual game is wouldn't say "3 GB" it'd say "Game 1:1 GB, Game 2: 1.5GB". <-- Just an example.

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That's the cumulative size of all 3 games?

ya its not that great to be honest, the controls were kinda clunky and there was the occasional frame rate drop. What makes no sense to me is that the PSN version is double the size so who knows.

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ya its not that great to be honest, the controls were kinda clunky and there was the occasional frame rate drop. What makes no sense to me is that the PSN version is double the size so who knows.

That's a shame, I never really got to properly experience the Jak series, and I thought the Vita version was the perfect opportunity. You think I should skip this purchase?

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I say get the PSN version if you really want it...I wouldn't recommend the Vita version however only reason I have its because it was given with psn+ a while ago.

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There is no lag at all if you actually have a bit of memory left.

Jak 1: 300-400MB

Jak 2 and 3 = 1000+

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I finished all the Jak and Daxter's on the vita, first time playing them too, not too bad. If you are worried about space, buy the physical copy, should be quite cheap.

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