LucasArts Classic: Star Wars: Jedi Knight II – Outcast (PC)

LucasArts Classic: Star Wars: Jedi Knight II – Outcast (PC)

LucasArts Classic: Star Wars: Jedi Knight II - Outcast (PC)
List Price: £22.95


  • A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away (well five years ago in California to be precise), Lucas Arts developed a first-person shooter (and third person lightsabre) adventure starring mercenary and latent Jedi Kyle Katarn
  • For Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast, Raven Software (responsible for Star Trek Elite Force) has taken over development, but rest assured Kyle is back and this time he’s defiantly on the right side of the force
  • The action takes place nine years after Jedi Knight, Kyle has forsworn his lightsabre and the Force and with his partner Jan Ors now works for the New Republic
  • You join him as he is sent to investigate remaining Imperial forces (now called the Remnant) on a remote outpost
  • From the outset you really know that this is a sequel, if you played Jedi Knight you will nod sagely at the references to its denouement–the valley of the Jedi–in the opening cut sequence of JK2

LucasArts Classic: Star Wars: Jedi Knight II - Outcast (PC)
List Price: £22.95
Your Price: £22.95- LucasArts Classic: Star Wars: Jedi Knight II - Outcast (PC)

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away (well five years ago in California to be precise), Lucas Arts developed a first-person shooter (and third person lightsabre) adventure starring mercenary and latent Jedi Kyle Katarn. For Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast, Raven Software (responsible for Star Trek Elite Force) has taken over development, but rest assured Kyle is back and this time he’s defiantly on the right side of the force. The action takes place nine years after Jedi Knight, Kyle has forsworn his lightsabre and the Force and with his partner Jan Ors now works for the New Republic. You join him as he is sent to investigate remaining Imperial forces (now called the Remnant) on a remote outpost. From the outset you really know that this is a sequel, if you played Jedi Knight you will nod sagely at the references to its denouement–the valley of the Jedi–in the opening cut sequence of JK2. There is also no training mission, you are thrown straight into stormtrooper-slaying action (you will initially have to manage with a pitifully poor excuse for a weapon the blaster as Kyle has given up carrying a lightsabre.) But having said that this is classic shooter action, you run around killing things, solving puzzles and gradually unravelling the plot with the single player campaign is split up into eight missions spanning 24 levels on seven worlds including Nar Shaddaa, Yavin and the Cloud City of Bespin. The thing that makes JK2 different from other shooters is when you get the lightsabre. This aspect of the game is seriously improved from the original, here you can block, smash boxes and even throw your weapon and watch it return to your hand like a Jedi boomerang. The camera automatically changes to a third-person view whenever you activate the lightsabre, which makes it

Your Price: £22.95 – LucasArts Classic: Star Wars: Jedi Knight II - Outcast (PC)