Reviews and Problems with Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy
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Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy Reader Review - 9.1
Gumba, IGN Entertainment
8 November 2006
Conclusion: Even though there are a ton of great Star Wars games out there I would still recommend this game. The environments aren't that great but the game play is the greatest! It looks so real whenever you strike somebody down with your lighsaber. There are a ton of Dark Jedi you have to fight throughout the game. The sound is the same from the Star Wars saga, but I was so caught up in the game I barely noticed the music!
Conclusion: Alright so you start off as a jedi who gets in a plane crash..Uh okay and then u meet up with this guy that you can tell that isn't exacty...Well you can tell he gets mad easily. Anyways each time you beat a mission you can get another force power or upgrade one you already have. Some missions are stupid, like activating random bombs in a station.
Conclusion: The star wars liscese has developed many games in the past few years. The quality has ranged from bad(Force commander) to terrific (knights of the old republic). The jedi knight series has always stayed at the top of the terrific list with jedi outcast the best in the series. Now a sequil comes are way again and it's well not terrific but it's definetly not bad.
Summary: Had this on the pc, which I loved. Played it on the Xbox and it's almost better. I love the options in the characters appearance and the options during the game with the lightsabers and the light and darkside options during game play.
Summary: For any Star Wars fan or for anyone who likes a great story its a must to get this, This is part 4 of the game franchise that first came out on PC. The first to come out on Xbox was Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast. As you could imagine the grafix are not the best as its not HD and back then the developers were more concerned with game play and story than grafix like todays standards and games are not as long as the old games used to be About the game: You are a...