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mycompsux

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Which Star Wars game out there BEST simulates lightsaber combat?
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The last one i played was jedi acedemy , the new one looks really good though.(episode 3 game)

Edited by warriorscot, 28 July 2005 - 05:50 AM.

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The new game is alright but if you want a really good star wars game look to KoTor.
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KotOR for console or PC?
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I have played both and i have to say that i liked the pc version better. I think it was made for the pc.
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kotor is definetly a pc game. overall it looks way better on pc. controlls are also alot easyer.
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how can you say the episode 3 game when its only for consoles? anyway i think the best jedi game is jedi academy. You can do LOTS with the light sabre, the only thing is you really have to learn the moves (of which there are lots). you can complete the game simply by bashing the keyboard and hoping for the best but if you actually learn the moves you are unstoppable. so there.
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Jedi Academy is sorta umm... clunky becuase it was made with the Unreal 3 engine( or maybe 2 not sure). Its a fun game, but its clunky, as in not smooth controls and slightly repeatative gameplay
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Galaxcies takes a wile like 6months lol but ones ur a jedi its a lot of fun
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See i would like to play galaxies but im not a fan of paying a subscription for a game on top of a hefty price tag for the game itself.
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jedi academy is fun but....all u have to do to win the hole game is max out force heal and force drain and just run round slaughtering everything then every time u meet a jedi hold down the mouse button and occasionally or all the time duck....its a bit of a pain since u end up beating like 10 jedi's at once it just takes the mick u dont have to do anything
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Try setting it on hardest settings, or better yet play against freinds its better when players are real.

But dude whats with bringing all our ancient threads back to life.

Edited by warriorscot, 14 April 2006 - 11:44 AM.

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harder settings still dont really change alot...ges i will have to try multiplayer out and sorry lol
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Depends on how you play i suppose, if you get into the combos then you can make it more interesting there is the just point and bash method but if you play it and try and always get bigger and better combos it becomes harder and more fun.
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