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As close to perfect as games get. 0

I played Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast about a year after it came out, because I really like Jedi Academy. I was blown away after playing about half an hour of the game. I realized how much more polished and better Jedi Outcast is compared to Jedi Academy. I wish I had played Jedi Outcast before Jedi Academy... Well it is too late for that. The story is deep, mature, and cinematic. Kyle Katarn who has cut all connections with the Force and all things Jedi, is sent on a mission with Jan Ors. The ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Review Jedi outcast 1

Jedi Outcast was my introduction to the Dark Forces/Jedi Knight series. I first played this game when a single level demo of it was included with my purchase of Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds, a mediocre RTS game that felt more like a mod for AOE II. When I found myself playing the JO demo more, I knew I had to get the full game.JO is perhaps the best feel like a Jedi game out there, because it accomplishes just that. Though you begin the single player game without the lightsaber or the Force...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A game which set a standard 0

Star Wars: Jedi Knight 2 - Jedi Outcast is a direct sequel to the 1997 game, Star Wars: Dark Forces II - Jedi Knight. The story continues that of Kyle Katarn, a mercenary who discovered that he has a strong connection to The Force. Over the course of JK1, Kyle finds himself to be a Jedi apprentice; but gives up his Jedi status as he nearly became a slave to the power of the Dark Side of The Force. At the start of JK2, we find Kyle and his partner ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

A game with good lightsaber mechanics? And Billy Dee Williams?! 0

Jedi Outcast follows Kyle Katarn, the hero from the two previous Dark Forces games, and his copilot, Jan Ors. Now, I have to admit, Outcast is a fairly generic shooter for about the first seven levels, mainly because the game farts around that long before finally giving you a lightsaber and Force powers. However, gameplay is so vastly improved from the previous titles that you'll hardly notice. Force powers are no longer controlled by the Function keys on your keyboard, which is particularly hel...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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