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Jedi: Fallen Order won't let you dismember people with your lightsaber

Droids and non-humanoids can still be cut up, though.

Sciurus_vulgaris3d ago

If you hacked people up and there was no blood, would Fallen Order still be rated teen ? The Star Wars films that are rated PG show dismemberment without blood as lightsaber cauterize wounds.

bloop2d ago

Yes, but Disney own Star Wars now. All they do is scratch people now.

Sciurus_vulgaris2d ago

That is true. Kylo Ren should have cut Finn in two....

himdeel2d ago (Edited 2d ago )

WTF. Are they trying to make lightsabers suck?! Sharp flashlights is what EA is dumbed down and nerfed one of the most iconic and dangerous sci fi fantasy weapons to. I don't want this game.

bloop2d ago (Edited 2d ago )

@Sciurus: Yes, and Kylo shouldn't have a face after what Rey did to him. Alas, 'tis but a scratch. Disney have completely dumbed them down. Not to mention the fact everyone now just happens to have special buzzy electric weapons that can block light sabers. They're pretty much irrelevant in the Disney Star Wars universe.

Thunder_G0d_Bane2d ago

There is a scene in the gameplay where he almost cut a stormtrooper in half, he had half his body split by the lightsaber. This is good enough for me.

I'm not a future serial killer like some on here so not fussed about dismemberment.

BrianOBlivion2d ago

Serial killer?? What the hell are you talking about?

You do realize that just one of the many joys of playing video games is the fact that you can do things that you shouldn't, couldn't, would never think to do irl, right?

Chris_GTR12d ago (Edited 2d ago )

...You know Jedi academy had dismemberment and it was rated T. I played the hell out of that game back 15 years ago and I still haven't become a serial killer. Or better yet, you saw Anakin's arm get dismembered by Vader, does that turn you into a serial killer?

TheProfessional3d ago (Edited 3d ago )

Jedi Outcast had a code where you could dismember storm troopers and other enemies and it was rated Teen, and the underrated Force Awakens 2 also had great dismemberment and it was Teen too. That's really unfortunate that they didn't put it in this time.

poppinslops3d ago

That's the Disney effect - those molested bedwetters avoid controversy like the plague... carving through people like butter in a PG title would've led to problems with America's pill-popping, nanny-state fundamentaists and no one wants to hear from them.

Also, how is TFU2 underrated? It might just be my biggest gaming disappointment... Overpriced, undercooked, ridiculous plot and one of laziest boss fights ever! Hell, it's the last game LucasArts ever made!

optimus2d ago (Edited 2d ago )

well i don't know what The Force Awakens 2 is but the Force Unleashed 2 was a pretty good game in my book too, although the 1st one was much better...anyhow, i don't remember any dismemberment in that game or any star wars games for that matter (minus the lego ones which is enforced cause they're legos)😋.

jznrpg3d ago

That kind of sucks . It’s not a mace your hitting people .

ShadowWolf7123d ago

Jedi Academy, Jedi Outcast, etc were T-Rated and still had dismemberment. A saber cauterizes wounds, there doesn't need to be blood or gore for there to be that.

Heck, PG-rated Star Wars movies had it.

DaDrunkenJester3d ago

To be fair PG ratings, heck, even most ratings back in the 70's and 80's allowed much more stuff.

For example Poltergeist, Gremlins, and Beetlejuice all have a PG rating and Beetlejuice tries to marry an underage girl and other perverted shit as well as says the F word. How about Spaceballs, Blazing saddles? Anyway, my point is PG back then is much different than know, even though I think all star wars movies are pretty family friendly. Sure there is some violence, but no gore, nudity or excessive language.

UltraNova2d ago

DaDrunken,

I guess welcome to modern times or as I like to call it the Snowflake era.

ShadowWolf7122d ago

@Jester

Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones both had it and were PG.

Mr_Writer852d ago

DaDrunken

Actually alot of those films were 15 here in the UK and have been downgraded to PG.

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