EA's Jedi: Fallen Order looks promising, but my favourite Star Wars game of all time will likely remain Revenge Of The Sith.
I still own the PS2 game. It was a little rough around the edges, but I still enjoyed it.
I had it on PS2 but found the og xbox performed and looked better so I traded up. It's a good game either way.
Always the case going from PS2 to Xbox
@mic, not 'always' but mostly. Case in point. final fight streetwise on xbox has issues not present on the PS2 version and the PS2 plays smoother. though the game is really nothing to write home about, its an okay brawler.
Amazing? I enjoyed it for what it was, a rather typical corridor action game, it did its job but was borderline 'good' at best, I actually enjoyed the GBA version almost as much. Pretty much the precursor to Force Unleashed. I'm hoping the upcoming game will allow for a lot more freedom.
I remember the crummy movie version that felt rushed and I suppose passable for a weekend game. I do not remember the amazing one, in fact I doubt it even exists! The real question is does anyone remember the amazing Jedi Knight games? It doesn't seem like it!
I remember. Easily the best Star Wars games ever made. I can only hope Fallen Order is even half as good as those.
Not so easily if you have Kotor in the contest
It was an ok game. Now Jedi outcast on GameCube was amazing. Still think about that game today, been waiting for something like that or Kotor on Xbox, another classic for rpg fans. I wasn't a fan of force unleashed only played it for a little while tho but it felt kind of stale, the main character was boring so I never completed it maybe it got better.
There were no "amazing" star wars games. Some good ones, but most were sub par liscensed games. Sorry.
There were plenty of amazing games. Jedi knight 1 and 2, Battlefront 1 and 2 (not the EA crap), dark forces etc.
And the SNES games of the original movie trilogy were good too.
ea also published the old ones so which ones are you talking about?
The only one that came close to amazing for me was Knights of the Old Republic. That was a great RPG and Star Wars experience.
You obviously weren't around in the 90's for a ton of amazing Star Wars games on PC. And early 2000's for PC AND consoles... X-Wing TIE Fighter X-Wing vs TIE Fighter Dark Forces Republic Commando Rogue Squadron Episode 1 Racer Jedi Starfighter Knights of the Old Republic Knights of the Old Republic 2 Bounty Hunter Jedi Knight Jedi Academy Oldschool Battlefront Oldschool Battlefront 2 Galactic Battlegrounds These are all fantastic games. I'll agree that most of the games based directly off the films are licensed crap. But those are actually a small amount compared to the amount of games that are standalone.
The X-Wing franchise was simply stunning. Why cant EA look back into their vault of games they made "back in the game" and bring them back for the modern consoles? I mean it cant be that difficult.
@Shaggy 2303 Well, the X-Wing/TIE Fighter series was too in depth. Almost every button on the keyboard did something. It was actually a pretty in-depth flight simulator that wouldn't be done justice on console, if for no other reason than a controller doesn't have enough buttons.
I understand. You were born in the fortnite era
I would hardly call this amazing. Episode 1 was much better.
I really liked this game. It was a blast to play.
It was fun. Still have it
They should make this game BC on X1
It was fine, but it wasn't "amazing". Compared to most movie tie-ins, maybe.
Heck yeah. I remember cutting through droids, not clubbing them to death.
Remaster please, with the entire game featuring coop
Dark Forces and Jedi Knight.... talk about gooooood freakin' games. Jedi Outcast was Phenomenal, and Jedi Academy as well. I also love all of the Rogue Squadron games, Episode 1 Racer, This Revenge of the Sith game was really great too. It just came at a bad time since new consoles were more or less announced and on the way at that time. I like the Force Unleashed games and also Republic Commando. Call me crazy, but I actually LOVED the first Battlefront, on Xbox One, and and the Campaign of Battlefront II wad really quite different and I enjoyed it. Star Wars games have always been great, and I still wish we could have got our hands on 1313... 😥
That game was hardly amazing it wasn’t bad for a movie adaptation game but overall a mediocre game that needed a bigger budget and/or dev time.
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