You guide mercenary Kyle Katarn, who must stop the evil plot of a renegade Jedi by relearning his skills as a Jedi Knight.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kyle / Stormtrooper Officer 1 (voice)
Mark Klastorin ...
Desann (voice)
Jan Ors (voice)
Tavion (voice)
Bartender / Imperial Worker 3 (voice) (as Nick Jamison)
Bespin Cop 1 / Shadow Trooper 1 / Stormtrooper 2 (voice)
Charles Martinet ...
Bespin Cop 2 / Civilian Male / Imperial Officer 2 / Rebel Shock Troop 3 (voice)
Galak Fyyar / Reborn 1 (voice) (as Steve Blume)
Gran 1 / Rogue Leader (voice)
Gran 2 / Reelo (voice)
Imperial Officer 1 / Imperial Worker 2 (voice)
Imperial Worker 1 / Rebel Shock Troop 1 (voice) (as Roger L. Jackson)
Dominic Armato ...
Jedi 1 / Prisoner 1 / Protocol Droid (voice)
Milton James ...
Jedi 2 (voice)


Several years have passed since Kyle Katarn 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. Written by Mastadge <>

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Epic first-person action in the Star Wars galaxy. See more »

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29 March 2002 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Star Wars: Dark Forces 3  »

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THX 1138 reference: when the transport from Bespin arrives at the Cairn installation, the ship's call sign is 1138. See more »


Desann: Welcome, Kyle Katarn. Welcome to the future.
Kyle Katarn: Your future's looking pretty grim, Desann.
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Excellent graphics and skins, but lacks basic realism
24 October 2002 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was pleased with the graphics in this game. They really utilized the Quake 3 engine and made some spectacular levels, especially the Jedi training ground. The skins and faces on lead characters are done nicely, you can see wrinkles and gray hair. The gameplay is quite good, it kept me awake dipite the fact that I only like violent games. It would be much better if it loaded saved games faster. The reason I even dare to say that this sci-fi game lacks basic realism is because we all know that dead bodies don't vanish into thin air as they do in this game. I don't understand why the programmers allowed that, will the game really run slower if the bodies stay? Return to Castle Wolfenstein doesn't, and it has a far greater character variety that Jedi Knight 2! A lot of characters in JK2 are either monofaced aliens, or white armor-clad storm troopers. Return to Castle Wolfenstein has a vast array of characters with complex skins, and it loads faster too! Also this game made the same factual error such as all Star Wars movies; there is sound in space! Overall I praise this game and highly recommend it, even it you're not a Star Wars fan like me.

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