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Star Wars JEDI: Fallen Order (PS4)
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- This narratively-driven single player game puts you in the role of a Jedi Padawan who narrowly escaped the purge of Order 66 following the events of Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith
- Complete your training, develop powerful force abilities, and master the art of the iconic lightsabre
- Iconic locations, weapons, gear, and enemies in addition to a roster of fresh characters, locations, creatures, droids and adversaries new to Star Wars
- Pre-order Star Wars Jedi: Fallen order to outfit yourself with cosmetic equipment for your lightsaber and droid companion
- Rated : Ages 16 and Over
- Language : English
- Product Dimensions : 17 x 1.3 x 13.5 cm; 50 Grams
- Release date : 15 Nov. 2019
- ASIN : B07QN7HVMH
- Item model number : 1055038
- Country of origin : Austria
- Best Sellers Rank: 185 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
- 9 in PlayStation 4 Games
- Customer reviews:
A New Jedi Story Begins. As a former Padawan on the run from the Empire, you must complete your training before Imperial Inquisitors discover your plan to revive the Jedi Order. Aided by a former Jedi Knight, a cantankerous pilot, and a fearless droid, you must escape the evil machinations of the Empire in a story-driven adventure. Explore and overcome a wide range of challenges focused on combat, exploration, and puzzle-solving.;Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Pre-Order Bonus Pre-order Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order to outfit yourself with unique cosmetic equipment for your lightsaber and droid companion. *Conditions and restrictions apply. See www.ea.com/games/starwars/jedi-fallen-order/disclaimers for details. Requires Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order on applicable platform (sold separately) and all game updates.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 17 November 2019
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Uncharted star wars edition is the best way I can sum up the first five hours or so of fallen order I've played so far.
No spoilers ahead, just my first impressions.
If you were hoping for a jedi RPG open world experience then you may be disappointed. This is a linear, story driven game with fun and satisfying lightsaber combat, a simple but rewarding upgrade system with some great puzzle solving thrown in.
The story so far is engaging enough to keep me interested. The character models, facial animations and voice acting are spot on and graphics are superb on PC at ultra 1440p.
In my first few hours with the game I've visited two planets. The first swamp planet kicks off the story and introduces you to the type of game you are playing. You land on a planet, you have an objective and you can stray off the path slightly to pick up cosmetic skins for your character, lightsaber, ship and droid friend along with skill points, force and health upgrades plus 'force echoes' that allow you to learn about the planet your on.
A couple of paths have led to mini boss fights and puzzles and the game seems to want you to return to these planets later as a few paths will be unaccessible without learning the correct skill like force push for example which you don't learn until you reach the second planet.
The next planet has you visiting an ice tomb which turned out to be one giant puzzle involving large balls and lots of force push with quite a bit of back tracking. The formula is simple and has been done before (some might say done better) but so far I'm having fun and if you like this type of game and are a star wars fan I think you would enjoy it.
By Kindle Customer on 17 November 2019
As much as I have tried to like this game it embodies everything I hate about platform games.
The game is a Tomb Raider clone with a lighsabre and minimal force powers.
The game is also very liner and the developers have tried to hide this by making the game very confusing, forcing you to work out which way to go and hides simple exits in the map. Honestly, I have spent as much time researching which way to go than I have enjoying the game play.
I wish I had held off on the Pre-order, I did so much want to believe in EA and gave them yet again another chance to deliver, but their cunning marketing teams coupled with my desperate want for a good SW game got the better of me.
Combat is just okay, protagonist is annoying, enemies are good to be fair but, movement is clunky and clambering around all the time makes me feel like its a mash up between Tomb Raider/Assassins Creed and Shadow of War with a SW theme.
Shame, but the force is not with this one and I am 49.99 down as a result.
By Andy Dealing on 16 November 2019
- Puzzle platformer with a lightsaber
- Metroidvania style unlock and revisit to key areas
- methodical combat
- tempered force powers when comparing to the force unleashed
Good graphics and story so far (only 4hrs in). More than anything it feels like a Star Wars game and feels like a Star Wars story.
I like the fact I’m not over powered like in the force unleashed where you could basically force lightning anything into submission. You need to block, time attacks and consider how you balance the melee enemies with those at range - blasters and rockets for example providing different challenges.
Re controls which I have seen commented on - if you don’t like the config change them! I’ve flipped block to L2 as I find it more comfortable and it’s one of the most used buttons.
Great so far and my favourite Star Wars game since Knights of the Old Republic.
Finished the main story last week - excellent.
I found the late game fast progression a little disappointing as the enemies don’t get more difficult/increase in number.
For me the endgame lacks punch - becomes a map revisit to find secrets and open chests you could access without certain powers. I would like to have seen more enemies / more challenges given you are likely to be fully powered up (I had only one power to unlock when I completed the main story)
Overall great and still best since Knights of the Old Republic. Would be great to see expansion/sequel!