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Star Wars: Jedi Knight II - Jedi Outcast (2002)

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 / Shadowtrooper 3 (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 / Trandoshan (voice)
Gran 2 / Reelo (voice)
Imperial Officer 1 / Imperial Worker 2 (voice)
Imperial Worker 1 / Rebel Shock Troop 1 / Weequay (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 <taseldor@aol.com>

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Release Date:

29 March 2002 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Star Wars: Dark Forces 3  »

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Did You Know?


The Aurbesh symbols used in the Communications Code aboard the Doomgiver actually read THX. See more »


Jan Ors: [hearing Imperial transmissions] So much for the blue milk run.
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Referenced in Troldspejlet: Episode #40.5 (2008) See more »

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The Force is strong with this one.
20 October 2002 | by (Glasgow, Scotland (UK)) – See all my reviews

I pre-ordered this game in January this year and got my copy 2 days before the official release date, and i wasn't disappointed.

I can't credit John Williams and CO enough for the superb sound and music, you really feel like you're in the middle of a Star Wars film, blasting Stormtoopers or Saber Fighting a Sith Lord.

The story is a bit predicable, but if you're a Star Wars fan, you won't care!

The saber fighting is superb in single player mode, fast paced and very Episode I and II like! The force powers are well done, divided into 3 levels, level 1 a basic version of that force power and level 3 the most powerful version of that force power.

You can also live your Darth Vader dream and grip an opponent and throw him off an edge or just crush'em!

The movie cut scenes are a bit blocky but they're well enough done to get jist of it.

Multiplayer Saber physics are changed in the multiplayer mode, the saber fights are slowed down considerably due to the lag factor, you'll find out what I mean when you play it.

But all in all a fantastic game, one which any Star Wars fan should have! It should also appeal to Star Trek Elite Force fans too, with the same game engine and the nice guns you get in the game.

Rating 9 out of 10

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