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Star Wars: Jedi Knight - Jedi Academy (2003)

You play a young Jedi Academy student who must help stop an evil plot by Dark Jedi to collect and use Dark Side energy for their own ends.

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Philip Tanzini ...
Jaden Kor (Male) / Human Mercenary 2 (voice) (as Phil Tanzini)
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Rosh Penin (voice)
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Tavion (voice)
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Alora / Jedi Female (voice)
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Wedge Antilles (voice)
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Weequay / Imperial Worker / Rebel Informant (voice) (as Roger L. Jackson)
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Dasariah Kothos / Vil Kothos / Marka Ragnos (voice)
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Lannik Racto / Rebel 1 / Stormtrooper Officer (voice) (as Nick Jamison)
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Protocol Droid / Cultist 1 / Hazardtrooper 1 (voice)
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Gran / Trandoshan (voice)
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Rax Joris / Rockettrooper Officer / Stormtrooper 2 / Merchant 1 (voice)
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You play a young Jedi Academy student who must help stop an evil plot by Dark Jedi to collect and use Dark Side energy for their own ends.

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The character of Jaden Korr was originally meant to be a human male but Lucas Arts decided to have a variety of choices to customize the character's decision and appearance. So the many compositions are possible. See more »

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When the main character opens his/her lightsaber, it goes through his/her leg. See more »

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Luke Skywalker: I sense a disturbance in the force.
Kyle Katarn: You always sense a disturbance in the force, but yeah, I sense it too.
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Referenced in Troldspejlet: Episode #40.5 (2008) See more »

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Could've been a lot better, could've been a lot worse.
30 August 2012 | by See all my reviews

Well, certain things have been upgraded and a load of things have not. First of all, you have access to two lightsabers at the same time(notably used by Anakin in Episode II and by Boc in Jedi Knight 1) and the double lightsaber(used by Darth Maul in Episode I). Other than that, the levels are more varied. You take on the role of Jaden Korr, a normal human man(human man is canonical) from Coruscant who is on his way to the Jedi Academy to become a Jedi and "befriends" a fellow Initiate called Rosh Penin on the way. The journey to the temple isn't the best as the shuttle gets shot down and you have to fight a mysterious Dark Jedi. You are then given a set of five missions you must accomplish. The levels in this game follow this pattern: 2 story levels, 5 filler levels, 2 story levels, 5 fillers, 3 story levels, 5 fillers and 4 or 5 story levels. While there are a ton of new lightsaber moves you can do(I especially like the stab into the ground when the enemy is down), the levels are MUCH weaker. They are way shorter than Outcast ones and way easier and much less sophisticated. The enemies are not as hard as in Outcast(even the bosses). The story is also weaker. But I find it still fun and it's a must-play. Multiplayer on the other hand is VERY much better. You now have access to Power Duel(two on one) and Siege(can't really explain until you see it).

One thing I must note is that it constantly reminded me of Mysteries of the Sith. First of all, both of them have filler missions. Second of all, your character is an apprentice of Kyle. And so on. I think it's very worth buying.


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