Reviews and Problems with Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy
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Okay Star Wars Game
J. Michael Gallen "J. Michael Gallen", Amazon
20 July 2014
Summary: LucasArts’ Star Wars: Dark Forces commenced a whole series centered on first-person shooter gameplay, and in 2003 came the latest installment of the franchise, Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, the first of the series without Kyle Katarn as a playable character. Is it a good swan song?
Crap crap crap story, no FPS elements, a few good levels.
C. Ream "xdelusion", Amazon
19 May 2006
Summary: Man, this one was definatly rushed. It is packed with a crappy story, create a Jedi, but they all look pretty gay in the end unless you are an Alien Chick. Basically you set out to become a great Jedi in a few short missions. The game makes no attempt at making things realistic on that front.
Summary: Ok so here is how this game breaks down. Time and time again I am having these babble ridden reviews shoved down my throat and it is time to chime in. This game was built for the online community, end of story. Being a long time veteran of online multiplayer games such as MOHAA, D2, HALO etc..
Summary: An already old 3D engine, mediocre graphics, terrible AI, forced voice acting over SUPER cheesy dialogue with a PG rated story, under-developed characters, and clumsy controls over new features such as creature & vehicle riding take a lot away from this game, which could have been a welcome addition...
Summary: Jedi Academy, or JK3, while entertaining, unfortunately fails to match the lofty standard set by its predecessor, JK2: Jedi Outcast. While it proclaims its unique mission selection system, the customisable characters and the ability to turn to the dark side, these changes have little overall effect...
Summary: ok first off, best 1 player action ever. you can choose the powers you want and the storyline's pretty interesting, but you need to be into starwars to love it. Now, about the multiplayer. its one of the best parts of Jedi knight 2, and i still play it even after a year of owning it.