Star Wars Jedi Knight Collection

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Star Wars Jedi Knight Collection
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Star Wars: Dark Forces

Released on the eve of first-person shooters rising in popularity, Star Wars: Dark Forces is the debut of famed character Kyle Katarn. Follows him in his early days as a mercenary working for Rebel Alliance as he uncovers a plot from Galactic Empire to create stormtroopers more powerful than ever before. 

Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II

We go back to the story of Katarn, this time set in the wake of Return of the Jedi. Set one year after the climactic movie, Kyle continues his work for the New Republic when he discovers he has a connection to The Force. His path to discovering this power will lead him on the trail of his father’s killer, and pits him in a race against time to understanding The Force. 

Star Wars Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith Expansion

An expansion for Dark Forces II, Mysteries of the Sith brings us back to Katarn five years later, as he continues to hone his Jedi Powers and takes fan-favourite character Mara Jade under his wing as an apprentice. When Katarn goes missing after investigating an ancient Sith Temple, Jade takes it upon herself to put her training to test by going out and looking for her lost Master.

Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast

A disgruntled Kyle Katarn has lost his faith in the Jedi Way, and has fallen back into his early days as a simple Mercenary. But there is no escaping destiny, as Katarn’s path will cross him with the Dark Jedi Desann. Katarn must reconnect with The Force if he has any hope to stop Desann’s plan, with the entire galaxy at stake.

Star Wars Jedi Knight - Jedi Academy

The final installment for the Jedi Knight saga, Jedi Academy puts us in the shoes of Jaden Korr, a fully customisable character and Kyle Katarn’s protégé at the new Jedi Academy on Yavin IV. Discover a Dark Jedi cult worshipping the ancient Sith Ragnos as you complete various missions set by Katarn, working your way through the ranks of the Jedi and exploring the powers of The Force, both Light and Dark.

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SW
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Good old Star Wars game not that shitt from EA
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Star Wars Game Buyer Guy
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It's five games and I haven't played all of them yet, but I played the hell out of Outcast and Academy ages ago and played my fill of Dark Forces 1, so here are my thoughts on those. Dark Forces 1 didn't age well, not because of its graphics, but its level design. Running around shooting pew-pew lasers at stormtroopers was all I really wanted from this game, and the first level is pretty much that; run around blasting dudes until you stumble across the objective, then leave. The second level was basically the same, but some parts were so dark that I navigated by firing my pistol, letting the flash show me my surroundings, taking a few steps forward, and repeating until I was out of the dark. You can find nightvision goggles, but the game doesn't tell you the controls, so be sure to google the buttons or something. One level requires you to sprint, which, if you've seen how fast your character moves by default, you'd think was already on all the time. From level 3 onward, the lasergun funtimes I came for were less the focus and more a thing that just happens on the side while looking for keys, switches, and wandering around trying to guess where you're supposed to go next. Maybe it was fine for its day, but there are better shooters available today and better things to do with my time, so I just stopped. My memories of Jedi Outcast are about 15 years old, so pinch of salt. The title of the game may confuse you, because you spend the first several levels NOT being a jedi, basically playing a fully-3D Dark Forces, but with more spoken dialogue, a better map, better indication of where to go/what to do in a given moment, and most importantly, the ability to save your game at any time, so you don't have to start a whole level over if you make a mistake. I remember having a pretty good time of it, other than a slow, tedious segment in which you have to escort a commander at gunpoint by constantly aiming at him. If you really don't want to do those levels, there are cheats available to let you skip straight to yavin_temple, where the jedi stuff begins. From there, your command of force powers and lightsaber styles gradually grow, but you can still use the guns if Lightsaber Throw just isn't enough in a given moment. You'll know whether or not you like this game when you reach your first Reborn and get to experience the real draw of the Jedi Knight series; the lightsaber fights. I don't think I can do it justice in words, so I'm not going to try. The rest...
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Arduousandy
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It is truly a classic so excited to purchase these in the bundles. Loved them growing up and so excited I get to play them again
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Great price , Great Games
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The fact that I can get all these games I could never play growing up for such a great deal makes me happy!
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