Reviews and Problems with Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II
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3 April 2012
Summary: I cannot tell you how many times I have played through this game over and over again. Back in my days of dial-up internet connections, this and Team Fortress Classic were the only two games that I could play online.
Summary: It was the first FPS ive ever played, i can remember me at 4 years old watching my uncle playing that game and i was excited, i played it at 6 years old and the difficulty was hard, for meh, the univers was DEEP for the time, the buildings of Nar shadaa of just huge, the cinematics were awsome,...
Summary: Jedi Knight, while 12 years old at the time of this writing, brings back memories of the shooter that did it first. While Quake pushed the limit to what shooters in 3d had been, Jedi Knight made the 3d shooter.
Summary: This was the first FPS I ever played. I can still remember being 8 years old, figuring out what the hell I was going on, blowing away stormtroopers. Of course, Lucasarts support was better then, and trying to get the Steam version to work CORRECTLY is a nightmare.
Summary: My 7 year old son played and I watched. I agree with the critic's review completely. We encountered the exact same problem that the reviewer encountered and we also could not complete the game. Very frustrating.
Summary: 1st game I ever purchased, and I'm glad I did. The game is great, and when you beat it, there are thousands of fan-created mods and levels to enjoy. Playing this at a lan party is always a great way to get the competition boiling.
Summary: One of my absolute favorites. Fantastic action, story, sound, music, controls, and one of the first FPS's that had a great character development system as well. Jedi Knight is of the same ilk as other standout FPS/RPGs System Shock 2 and Deus Ex, and is probably just as enjoyable on many levels.
Summary: If you don't think an FPS can have heart, well, you probably never played Jedi Knight. An engaging and lengthy single player campaign along with the at-the-time groundbreaking multiplayer: the first time gamers got to duel with lightsabers; made DF2: JK a classic.