Jun
10
2019

This Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order gameplay trailer looks DANGEROUS.

Far too dangerous. TO MY WALLET:

Seriously, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order looks like it’ll do the business. Don’t know how I’ll feel about the fact that the entire exercise is pointless, though. I mean, we know how this all ends. Then again, when haven’t we, with a Star Wars game?

6 Comments

  • JustDave says:

    Maybe it’s just me, but doesn’t that Jedi dude seems… kinda murdery?

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    I haven’t really ever played Star Wars games, so maybe that’s just how they are? Seems pretty different from the movies, tho.

  • Spegen says:

    Wondering if the whole game going to be on rails like that clip or any open world to explore.
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    Thought it was funny that this was the second actor that can state he played both a Jedi and the Joker.

  • Luke says:

    It’s Respawn. It’s going to be well thought out, run smoothly, and have outstanding mobility.
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    On the first watch, I saw mechanics lifted directly from Titanfall, Tomb Raider, Dead Space, and Dishonored.
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    Btw, I finally got around to watching the Ad Astra trailer.
    My assessment: Apocalypse Now meets Empire Strikes Back.

    • UnmovingGreatLibrary says:

      > Dishonored
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      Drunken Whaler *did* play in my head when watching this, yes.

  • Aetius451AD says:

    Thoughts:
    1) Am I the only one who used the cheat codes in Jedi Knight/Academy to enable limb removal when lightsaber dueling?
    2) It is a small thing, but the sequence where he squeezes through the vents/inner wall seemed well done. Most games portray those kind of areas as palatial playgrounds. This one seemed claustrophobic and at least slightly more realistic.
    3) Do the Bugs from Starship Troopers come from the Wookie homeworld?
    4) This little snippet seems to show the power fantasy of being a Jedi (like having the cheat codes on in real life.) Makes you almost feel sorry for all those Storm Troopers.

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