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Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy

Platform : Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows XP
Rated: Teen

Price: CDN$ 49.95
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  • First-person Star Wars action/adventure, with a story-based singled-player campaign and a variety of multiplayer combat modes
  • Learn the ways of the Force from Master Luke Skywalker
  • Customize your character by choosing species, gender, clothing, and physical attributes such as hair and facial features
  • Create a custom lightsaber by choosing hilt design, blade color, and style: single, double, or dual sabers
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  • Platform:   Windows 98 / Me / XP
  • ESRB Rating: Teen Teen
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B0000A2MCN
  • Product Dimensions: 19.7 x 13.3 x 3.2 cm
  • Release Date: Sept. 16 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #10,726 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)


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By Em Katyna on April 24 2005
As other people have said, the plot for one-player mode is very...Well, almsot pathetic. It left me confused, it didn't explain alot. But the game is still enjoyable, the graphics are OK.
In Multi-Player, you can fight other players. You can choose what you want you charecter to look like and change it as much as you want and pick your light saber. My only complaint about Multi-player mode is everyone there is rude. Well, almost everyone. There are certain clubs and "cults" where they go around calling non-members of their club/cult "Lamers".
Overall, it's a pretty good game.
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I was surprised when I found that I liked Jedi Knight II more than the original Dark Forces: Jedi Knight, and Jedi Academy is even better. The ability to customize your character's appearance gives your character a personal touch, and being able to choose which Force powers you want, and ultimately, which side of the Force to follow, is something that was good in the original Jedi Knight but lacking in Jedi Knight II. I also liked the decision to go with several smaller missions as opposed to a few long ones -- this keeps the game fresh, and much less monotonous; if you find yourself on a level you don't like, at least you know it won't last TOO terribly long.
The lightsaber combat is also improved, and feels much more fluid.
If there's one complaint I have with the game is that you can no longer wield the lightsaber in first-person mode. I'm guessing this decision was made to accomodate all of the new combat moves in the game, but personally, given the choice between having these moves and playing completely in first-person mode, I'd choose first-person: I think the designers should've given the player the choice.
But despite that, this is really a great game. Well done Raven Software!
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The game is fun and nice on the eyes. The big problem is the AI is pretty dumb. They just stand there and shot and most the time they miss you (though that is keeping with the stormtroopers ability to shoot). Maybe I'm too used to Half life where they guys try to avoid being shot.
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This is the best of the JK series yet! Custom lightsabers and people. Debug commands (as most JK games). And driable space
craft and more!
(...)
So Jedi Academy is a good buy, others say it sucks because the
either got it taken away or got upset. Or perhaps they only
played the demo, which is only a drop in the Cosmos compared to
the actual game. The Duel and Siege mode are VERY cool.
Duel: fight 2-1 batlles and re-inact the Darth Maul vs. Qui Gon
and Obi Wan.
Siege Mode: Play a different role in overtaking an enemy base
while being a Jedi, Technician, or just a person with gun
A.K.A. Innocent Bystander.
either way, i prefer this JA to the X-Box one because you have
to have X-Box Live to play multiplayer. But if you have XL then
Get this for Xbox.
JUST BUY IT AND I SWEAR YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT.
btw: i dont want you to play one level and say you hate it...
play the WHOLE game through.
Thats all and enjoy!
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This is the first SW game I've really played on the PC, and I have to say I'm enjoying the heck out of it. The game is fairly simple to setup and play and doesn't require a monster system to play it on.
You get to visit some familiar SW locales as well as some new ones. And there's also a couple of familiar faces such as Luke and Chewie. And there's always plenty of Stormtroopers and other Empire forces to slash at.
Not having played any of the other Jedi Knight games, I don't know how this compares. I enjoyed being able to customize my saber, but I would've liked a little more customization of my character. There's a limited number of races and looks and no matter the race or gender, your character's name is the same. A nice variety of weapons, although I use mostly my saber and force powers. The special moves took me a little while to get (using a mouse and keyboard), but I'm still relatively new to PC gaming and am still used using a console controller.
I will definitely look at some of the other JK games once I finish this one!
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This is a great follow -up to Jedi Outcast. This is almost the exact same game since it has some of the same weapons, music and characters only this one had much better graphics. Any fan of star wars will probably love this game. You can play this game in either first-person or third-person mode. I always like to play games that are in third-person mode but I still remember first-person mode from dark forces.
Plot: You play a student named Jaden Korr, who comes to the jedi academy to learn to be a jedi. You learn how to use a lightsaber and how to use the force. At first, you go on a few missions, some with Kyle Katarn from Jedi Outcast. But mainly you help Luke, Kyle and other students to try to stop a dark jedi, Tavion, from siphoning force power from many different locations to ressurect Marka Ragnos[a dead sith lord].
Weapons: Here is a list of the weapons: lightsaber, blaster pistol, E-11 blaster rifle, disputer rifle, wookie bowcaster, imperial heavy repeater, magnetic gun, golan arms flachette weapon, stouker concussion rifle, merr-sonn portable missle system and other throwable weapons. These weapons do come in handy but it's best to use a lightsaber. There's not much I can tell you about the weapons except that most of them you have probably seen in Jedi outcast.
I was surprised to see that this game was much easier than the Jedi Outcast but I still think this is a cool game. If you're a star wars fan, buy this game TODAY!
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