Jedi Outcast - I want to be a Jedi even more now!

Discussion in 'United Kingdom' started by Jairen, Apr 1, 2002.

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  1. ObiJohnKenobi Jedi Youngling

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    Aug 30, 2001
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    No B-Wings though

    Yeah, I thought that was a bit of an oversight, too. I really wanted a go of one.
  2. MayhemUK Jedi Master

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    Mar 20, 2001
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    I'll just butt in here and add to what Chet said... "Rogue Squadron 2: Rogue Leader" is the definite Star Wars game. Utterly brilliant. Just needs more mission though...
  3. Ooh_Aah_Cantona Jedi Grand Master

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    Dec 13, 2000
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    If the game cube is £150 I might have to get one just for RS2.........
  4. MOTs_Minx Jedi Grand Master

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    Oct 26, 2000
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    I thought he was talking about RS1...not RS2
  5. MayhemUK Jedi Master

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    He was, but seeing as I imported a Gamecube and RS2, then I've been playing it for the last 3 months :p
  6. Poodu Jedi Youngling

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    Dec 3, 1999
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    must admit I'd like to try the naboo starfighter.. dunno how to get that one neither though...

    The first level with the AT AT was a pain, Cass.. but soon as you've got the hang of swinging around it's legs it's a piece of cake! :)

    The worst level for me is the level where you're in the crater of a volcano in a Y wing... man, that's tough...
  7. anakin_pm Jedi Master

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    Feb 16, 2001
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    Ahhh stop it stop it, bad nasty game, Ben when your online next do you want to MP with me :)
  8. Gav Daragon Jedi Grand Master

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    Mar 25, 2000
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    I think you have to download something from the Lucasarts Website Sammy, i think under downloads or product pages. That's how it used to be anyway
  9. Poodu Jedi Youngling

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  10. Poodu Jedi Youngling

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    Just checked out Lucasarts and what's this?

    The hunt begins! Jango Fett, the most ruthless and feared mercenary in the Star Wars galaxy, will make his spectacular interactive debut later this year in the action-packed Star Wars Bounty Hunter from LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC. Through Jango -- father of Boba Fett, one of the most intriguing and enduring characters in the Star Wars universe -- players will plunge into the dark, deadly world of a bounty hunter, a role Star Wars game fans have long awaited to play. Star Wars Bounty Hunter is expected to release fall 2002 on PlayStation 2 and GameCube.

    Inspired by events between Star Wars: Episode I and II, Star Wars Bounty Hunter presents an original, compelling third-person action game experience which establishes Jango Fett's place in the Star Wars galaxy, and his connection to the notorious clone army.

    Star Wars Bounty Hunter draws players into Jango Fett's sinister and seedy world, where thieves, assassins ? and worse ? thrive. Using his cunning and a host of deadly skills, Jango Fett ventures into the rarely explored dark side of the Star Wars universe to track down the elusive leader of a mysterious and deadly cult. All the while, he'll compete against a brutal rival from his past in a quest to capture the ultimate bounty, dead or alive.

    "Because of Boba Fett's amazing legacy Star Wars fans have been requesting a bounty hunter game from LucasArts for years," says Tom Byron, director of product marketing for LucasArts. "Star Wars Bounty Hunter will make their wait well worth it, delivering the intense, suspense-filled experience players want and expect. Like his legendary son, Jango Fett is mysterious and powerful. He's the ultimate anti-hero who defines much of what's cool about Star Wars."

    Gameplay emphasizes intense combat and physical action in the relentless pursuit of prey across six fantastic worlds and 18 levels. Jango Fett faces off against an onslaught of the worst scum in the universe, including crime lords, corrupt politicians, enemies of various species, and a ruthless competitor from his own mysterious past. He is equipped with an arsenal of powerful weapons such as dual blaster pistols, a flame thrower, missiles, and a distinctive jet pack soon to be familiar to Star Wars fans.
  11. AlphaWolf Manager Emeritus

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    Feb 27, 2000
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    Yeah, Bounty Hunter. It sounds cool

  12. anakin_pm Jedi Master

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    Feb 16, 2001
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    SOunds tooo TPM too me
    But I could be surpised, but it may also be another Obi-Wan X-Box type game and not a FPS :(
  13. Gav Daragon Jedi Grand Master

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    Mar 25, 2000
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    Isn't Obi-Wan supposed to be dreadful?
  14. MOTs_Minx Jedi Grand Master

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    TPM was good.

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  15. anakin_pm Jedi Master

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    Feb 16, 2001
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    TPM was Pantha Poodu, it was so buggy and didnt even follow the film!

    Obi-Wan looks ok, but I only played on it for a while. I just wish it was a PC game not X-Box.
  16. Jeannette Jedi Knight

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    Apr 9, 2001
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    I didn't like that either, I preffered jedi power battles.....it was more diffocult for me and I like a challenge in games
  17. Gav Daragon Jedi Grand Master

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    you couldn't get past the bug on level 2 J ;)
  18. Jeannette Jedi Knight

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    hey I got all the way up to mauly near the end, just cant get past that part. Though it would help if I set my playstation up also ;)
  19. Poodu Jedi Youngling

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    Dec 3, 1999
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    I hated Power Battles.... they had made it far too difficult early on... the learning curve was too steep...
  20. Johnny_Vegas Jedi Knight

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    Feb 26, 2002
    But not on the Dreamcast.

    Anyway, to truely enjoy Jedi Outcast, you MUST Play it on Jedi Master Mode, or so I thought, anyway, I'm stuck.

    Damn thing won't keep up with me.

    Crashes on on of the levels.
  21. Jedi-Corleone Jedi Youngling

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    Oct 28, 2001
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    Finished JO yesterday. Love it. I agree, it's not SWsy, as most people know it, but it's got a lot of the feeling of the Bantam era novels.
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