Reviews and Problems with Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
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Star Wars Jedi Knight II Reader Review - 7.9
X360Gamer, IGN Entertainment
21 February 2006
Conclusion: Star Wars Jedi Knight II was a decent find. The multiplayer had many features including bots and game varients. Any time I have my friends over Star Wars Jedi Knight II always pops into my head as a great party game. The campaign is a puzzle with great light saber and laser gun action. You have to figure out what to do like find the night vission goggles or to blow the door. That is what really makes a good game great but killing anyone in sight is diffidently blast.
Summary: this is a very good game but you dont get to start with a lightsabre but i know a cheat to get it at the beggining it is fudge this is a good game just like star wars battlefront but i would like to recomend this because i enjoyed this game it was a lot of fun but the story is hard to pick up.
Summary: I have a great time with this game as both my 4 year old son and my 6 year old nephew are really getting into star wars and we play it together. The single player story part of the game is ok but it really comes into its own on the multiplayer battles, these are great fun and you can have full bot support (p.c players) as well. The graphics are ok but dont really stretch the x box.
Summary: The graphics are good. Sound and BGM is even better, especially the blaster sounds. You really feel like you're battling Imperial forces. Each level is well-designed and absolutely faithful to the Star Wars Universe. HOWEVER, the game moves so fast (which it should on the all powerful Xbox) that aiming using the right analog stick can be difficult. Luckily, this can be remedied by reducing the analog sensitivity, so both hardcore and casual gamers are happy.