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Star Wars: Jedi Knight - Mysteries of the Sith (1998)

Expansion pack for Star Wars: Jedi Knight - Dark Forces II (1997) including a single-player mode story set five years after the events of Dark Forces II, and fifteen multiplayer maps that allows up to eight players to play online or over a Local area network.


Stephen R. Shaw (screenplay), Stephen R. Shaw (story)




Cast overview:
Heidi Shannon Heidi Shannon ... Mara Jade (voice)
Rino Romano ... Kyle Katarn (voice)
Brendan Holmes Brendan Holmes ... Droid Eye / Stormtrooper / Intercom (voice)
Steve Blum ... Computer / Rebel Officer / Rebel Soldier (voice) (as Steven Blum)
Peggy Roberts-Hope Peggy Roberts-Hope ... Mon Mothma (voice)
Roger Jackson ... Ka'Pa The Hutt / Imperial Commander / Kaerobani / Rebel Officer 2 / Ree Yees / Tusken / Rodian (voice)
Terence McGovern ... Rebel Commander / Pirate Raider / Rebel Soldier 2 / Stormtrooper 2 / Civilian Man / Trandoshan / Abron Mar (voice)
Mary Dilts Mary Dilts ... Droid Eye 2 / Civilian Woman (voice)
Joe Paulino Joe Paulino ... Imperial Officer / Stormtrooper 3 / Weequay (voice)

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The game starts with Kyle Katarn from Jedi Knight and Dark Forces battling his way onto an asteroid that is being used by the Empire to attack a rebel outpost. Kyle then leaves and the focus shifts to his apprentice, Mara Jade, who completes several missions for the rebels before setting out to locate the missing Kyle. Written by Richard Fife

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Contains the ysalamiri, a creature that was created by Timothy Zahn for his Heir to the Empire trilogy of books. This creature can retard The Force with a certain proximity to its body. See more »


[sees the Millennium Falcon]
Mara Jade: Pirates! I wonder if it's anyone I know.
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Follows Star Wars: Jedi Knight - Dark Forces II (1997) See more »

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Good, but with flaws...
29 January 2000 | by XophianicSee all my reviews

First of all, let me say that this game is not nearly as good as Dark Forces 2: Jedi Knight, but it is still very fun with great settings and characters, especially for a shoot-em-up game. However, most of the dialog between the main characters like Kyle Katarn and Mara Jade is very annoying, especially considering Kyle's great performance in the previous game and Mara Jade's excellent performance in Timothy Zahn's books. The storylines themselves aren't so great either. Giant asteroids attacking a rebel base? And I found the whole Kyle-going-to-the-dark-side thing a little annoying. It's still a cool game, but I'd recommend getting Dark Forces 2: Jedi Knight instead.

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17 February 1998 (USA) See more »

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