Reviews and Problems with Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
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Being a jedi on the gamecube.
21 December 2013
Summary: Ill be honest, I was properly bored a few times playing story mode on this game. If I were you i'd get Bounty hunter instead, thats amazing. Mind you, the multiplayer option on this is good so, maybe get both!
Excerpt: "This Star Wars game had a lot of potential but was blown off course with too many cheatcodes. The idea of the game was brilliant. They had a game that would give us the power to be a Jedi. The thing was that they did not have an effective way to use the powers. The story line was pretty good. The weapons make you feel more of a mercenary than a Jedi when they should have made it even. Another fault is the fact that you can only use one power at a ...
Summary: This game is a stright port from the PC version, which was an excellent game. "Great", you might say, except it seems to be ported from a fairly low-spec PC; chunky controls, glitchy controls absolutely abysmal load times. If you can look past all this, it is a gem of a game -- how many games do you get your very own lightsaber? If you have the PC version already, you don't need this game. If you're not a fan of Star Wars, you don't need this game.
Summary: This game has been slaughted by many game magazines and i can see a bit why. yet it is still very good. story line is good and you can have many hours slashing to bits alien scum and dark jedi. Worst points Cut sceens not very clear but some are as you go through the game. speech to lip movement not all that great. Best Points LIGHT SABRE various force powers, not all available in the story though. Strange bits Yellow and orange lightsabres??
Summary: I am not the hugest Star Wars fan in the world, but I enjoy its special universe enough to have really looked forward to playing this. The original Jedi Knight (itself a sequel to an ageing P.C. game entitled 'Dark Forces') was an interesting and at the time innovative adventure that filled me with confidence for this. I was to be sadly disappointed, however. This is, to put it bluntly, a generic first-person shooter, the kind that are ten-a-penny these days.