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Star Wars® Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast - Standard Edition

Platform : Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Rated: Teen
4.3 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Windows 98 / Me / 2000 / XP
  • ESRB Rating: Teen Teen
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B0002IWYGI
  • Product Dimensions: 14.7 x 12.2 x 1 cm ; 91 g
  • Release Date: Nov. 24 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #13,750 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
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You'll get to assume the role of Kyle as you wield a unique mix of weapons, Force powers and your lightsaber in both single and multiplayer modes. Plus, your choice: combat or stealth - depending on the situation. When a fight is necessary, be at the ready with an arsenal of weapons!


In the tradition of the multi-award-winning Star Wars: Jedi Knight, Star Wars: Jedi Knight 2, Jedi Outcast features rebel agent Kyle Katarn in exhilarating first-person action. Several years have passed since Kyle avenged his father's death and saved the Valley of the Jedi from Jerec and his band of Dark Jedi. Allowing his Force powers to languish for fear of falling to the dark side, Kyle entrusted his lightsaber to Luke Skywalker, vowing never to use it again. But when a new and menacing threat to the galaxy emerges, Kyle knows he must reclaim his past in order to save his future. LucasArts is developing Jedi Outcast in partnership with Activision's critically acclaimed Raven Software. Players assume the role of Kyle as they employ a unique mix of weapons, Force powers, and the lightsaber in both single- and multiplayer modes. Jedi Outcast features expanded and enhanced use of the lightsaber, with new attack and defense moves. Tap into the powers of the Force, including jump, push, Jedi mind tricks, and more. Employ combat or stealth, depending on the situation. When a fight is necessary, be at the ready with an arsenal of weapons: stun baton, Bryar blast pistol, and blaster rifle to name but a few.

Explore breathtaking Star Wars locales such as Cloud City, the Jedi Academy on Yavin 4, Nar Shaddaa, the smugglers' moon--plus some never-before-seen locations. Multiplayer options include deathmatch, saber-only deathmatch, and team capture the flag.

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To start im not a hardcore gamer or even close. I picked up this game being that it was under $15 and I like star wars. The graphics are great The story runs great enough to keep you wanting to moveon in the game. The controls are create though takes come time to get use to at first expessically if your like me and not much of a gamer.

Overall a must buy in my opionion expessically if you need an extra item for free shipping.
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Arrived promptly.The game is great.
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HASH(0xa03805dc) out of 5 stars A more challenging alternative to "Jedi Academy" Sept. 27 2006
By Rottenberg's rotten book review - Published on
"Outcast" is the 3rd of the "Jedi Knight" PC games - or the 4th of the "Dark Forces" game, and the 1st of the series built using the "Quake III" engine. A sequel to `97's "Jedi Knight", "Outcast" reunites you with ex-Imperial Commando, ex-Rebel Mercenary Kyle Katarn. Now firmly working with the "New Republic" (established by the rebellion after their victory over the Empire), Katarn is also an ex-Jedi by the game's first mission. With Jan Ors, his lovely & trusty sidekick, Katarn infiltrates a stronghold belonging to holdout Imperial forces known as "The Remnant". What appears at first to be a routine battle with Remnant forces reveals signs of a larger and more ominous plot to create an army of Dark Jedi - a plan that includes an ambitious Imperial governor, an outcast of Luke Skywalker's Jedi academy, the Valley of the Jedi (from the last game), hundreds of evil - if inexperienced Jedi Knights - and a form of armor impervious to lightsabres. In confronting the plan, you'll travel to many locales both familiar and new to SW fans - from an Imperial prison to the Bespin cloud city of "Empire Strikes Back", from the "floating city" of Nar Shadaa to a Remnant base hidden in an asteroid belt; from the corridors of a huge Remnant battlecruiser to the Jedi Academy on Yavin 4 (last seen at the end of the first SW movie). The story is tight - you don't choose missions, the plot will direct you. Along the way, you'll encounter familiar SW characters like Luke Skywalker & Lando Calrissian. Cut-scenes (using the game-engine, and not the FMV of "Jedi Knight") drive the story. (Everybody hated the video scenes from "Jedi Knight" - everybody but me; compared to the second trilogy, the FMV scenes of "Jedi Knight" were pure SW gold.)

The game is intense - the handful of evil Jedi from "Jedi Knight" are replaced with hordes of "Reborn" here, many in that special armor; even stormtroopers - reliable blaster-fodder from the movies and the older games - are tougher than before. To get through the game's many levels will not infrequently require special puzzle-solving skills. Individual levels are very long, and the game itself may consume about a month's worth of late-night Jedi-frag sessions. (Comparable gameplay wrapped up "Voyager: Elite Force" - the "Star Trek" Quake3 game - in about a week.) Some challenges seem needless - with players being forced to re-play the same the moment because they couldn't handle simple things like walking a ledge or jumping. The game could also have done without sniping - where you're picked off by some distant shooter you'd never even know existed until after he'd killed you. Lastly, the story - while governing the game - isn't all that compelling. It's your basic One-Jedi-versus-many-evil-Jedi-and-Imperial-stormtroopers story - an afterthought guaranteed to have you prowling many corridors in search of power-ups.

The Quake3 engine is breathtaking - smoke/vapor and laser effects are beautiful, and the smooth animation means that saber duels are much closer to those in the movies than to the saber battles of "Jedi Knight". The game also excels in visualizing vast distances (like the insides of the huge Bespin ventilation shafts) and the sounds of distant characters, and different atmospheric settings - from the claustrophobic corridors of a starship, to the sweeping avenues of Bespin; the steamy jungles of Yavin 4 to the hallowed halls of the Massassi Temple.

The obvious question is whether you should get this game instead of "Jedi Academy" - the other SW/Quake3 game, or whether your owning that newer game obviates having to get this one. "Outcast" is more challenging than "Academy" in almost every way - tougher Jedi battles, longer levels, more of them, more tenacious AI, hard puzzles - resulting in many moments that have to be re-played as apparently insurmountable. Casual players will probably be turned off by "Outcast", and should stick with "Academy". Those who feel ready for something more than stormtroopers and jedi mind-tricks will be more than satisfied with "Outcast". Also, while I may just be jaded, I've yet to find a SW game that matches the experience I enjoyed playing "Jedi Knight" back in 1997.

MY FULLY ARMED AND OPERATIONAL BATTLE-STATION: a P4 running 2 GHz, with 512MB of RAM and a GeForce III card kept the force (and the action) flowing smoothly on my system. Though an old game, prospective buyers should check the LA website to make sure their graphics cards are supported. My original Savage card, ably handling "Elite Force" was hamstring by this game despite both using the same graphics engine.
15 of 18 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa03809e4) out of 5 stars Worthy of the title "STAR WARS" April 25 2006
By Amazon Customer - Published on
To begin, let me simply say that the very best time to purchase a computer game (any computer game) is when the price has gone down to $20.00. For instance, when HALF-LIFE 2 has gone down to that price, I will purchase it, play it, and have just as much fun as the the people who bought on the day it was released. No, I'll have even more fun than they did, because I will have paid $30.00 less.

So, if you're smart and you have waited until now to purchase JEDI OUTCAST, then wait no more. The price is down and the game is every bit as awesome now as when it was first released! It has the best storyline of any Star Wars game I have yet played, and as good as even a couple of the movies (I will not mention which ones). Perhaps my favorite part about this game were the conversations you hear the stormtroopers engaged in. They are quite humorous and realistic. They sound as if they were written by someone who has actually served in the military (particularly in an enlisted status).

The lightsaber fights are always fun as are the use of force powers. JEDI OUTCAST has the best re-playability of any computer game I've ever played.

I highly recommend it.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa05233b4) out of 5 stars Almost as good as Dark Forces 2: Jedi Knight May 19 2006
By C. Ream - Published on
It has better gfx, better light saber interaction, expanded story line, but no movie cut scenes, not as much platforming, and no tumbling ship stages. :(

Still yet, a million times better than Academy!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa0380a5c) out of 5 stars Star Wars: Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast Jan. 3 2007
By P. Brand - Published on
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One word.


If you are like me and have grown up watching the Star Wars Trillogy and frequently fantasized as a kid that you had the powers of the force and a light saber, this game will fulfill every dream you had as a child Luke Skywalker wanna-be.

The graphics are great and the sound is amazing, including the music score (much of which is original star wars movie music)

I would definitely sugguest a good sound system or headphones while playing to really appreciate the realistic envirionment.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa0380c48) out of 5 stars Jedi Outcast is a definate classic for Star Wars gaming June 9 2007
By N. D. Bowling - Published on
Very challenging first person shooter that turns into a great lightsaber romp in third person once you obtain a lightsaber! Some really fun cameos from classic trilogy characters as well as the great sound effects and music we've all be brainwashed with throughout our lives.

Well worth the purchase.. great gameplay, fine storyline and tons of hidden goodies!

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