Dark Forces™ criou o padrão industrial para ação em primeira pessoa no universo Star Wars® . Agora, Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II continua de onde o premiado jogo parou... Com muito mais opções e poder de fogo em brilhantes gráficos 3D.
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Data de lançamento: 9/out/1997

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Dark Forces™ criou o padrão industrial para ação em primeira pessoa no universo Star Wars® . Agora, Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II continua de onde o premiado jogo parou... Com muito mais opções e poder de fogo em brilhantes gráficos 3D. Na pele de Kyle Katarn, você precisa adquirir o sabre de luz e aprender as técnicas e ensinamentos da Força para se tornar um Cavaleiro Jedi. Confronte velhos adversários, como Greedo, Boosk e Stormtroopers, assim como novos inimigos... sete Jedi do lado negro que planejam utilizar o poder de um antigo cemitério para um mal nunca antes alcançado. Mas tenha coragem, pois seu arsenal com 10 armas e mais de 12 poderes da Força tornam você em um adversário formidável.

  • Jogo para um ou mais jogadores por modem, conexão a cabo ou Internet. 9 níveis para vários jogadores
  • Novos e realísticos ambientes 3D com personagens 3D animados em 21 níveis de perder o fôlego
  • Encontre sete Jedi do lado negro, cada um possuindo poderes únicos
  • Compatível com várias placas de vídeo 3D
  • Ação Star Wars intensa em uma nova história repleta de perigo e aventura - você prefere tomar o caminho rápido e fácil que Darth Vader tomou ou tomar a rota paciente para se tornar um Cavaleiro Jedi?

Se escolher o lado da luz:

  • Treine para se tornar um Cavaleiro Jedi - domine o elegante sabre de luz e aprenda quatro habilidades de aprendiz
  • Use poderes exclusivos do lado da luz: cura, persuasão (para os fracos de vontade), cegueira e absorção

Ou seja tentado pelo lado negro:

  • Use seu treinamento como Cavaleiro Jedi e suas habilidades de aprendiz para se tornar um agente do mal
  • Use poderes exclusivos do lado negro: Enforcamento (usado caso exista uma inquietante falta de fé), arremessamento da Força, projéteis de raio e destruição

Requisitos de sistema

    • OS: Windows 2000, XP or Vista
    • Processor: Pentium 90
    • Memory: 16 MB
    • Graphics: DirectX
    • DirectX®: DirectX 5.2 or higher
    • Hard Drive: 700 MB
    • Sound: 16-bit sound card
    • Multiplayer: 8 players IPX or TCP/IP. Pentium 133

    • Note: Due to the age of the title, users may run into a few compatibility issues from use of current hardware. Please see the forums for more information.
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2 de 2 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
19.7 hrs registradas
No joke - the best in the series, and the best Star Wars game... ever! You get full motion cutscenes, which contribute a true Star Wars feeling, and the giant levels are designed really well and are never TOO challenging yet rarely easy. Even before you get the lighsaber you become addicted because you are looking for secret areas and taking out jerks with guns like a badass! The graphics don't hold up quite as well as the latter entries in the series, but they are still good enough to keep you interested; which is something I cannot say of the Dark Forces. The final thing that makes this game great is the story; you can choose the light side or dark side and both stories are pretty awesome. Your actions can change the story and the 7 Dark Jedi you have to fight don't take it easy on you! Out of the countless Star Wars games I have played over the years, I think this one is the most fun. (The Super Star Wars series, Battlefront games, and KOTOR are very close) But seriously, any Star Wars fan needs to get this game!!
Publicada: 30 de setembro
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I spent months and months playing this game over and over again when I was younger. This steam version is very good, everything is as I remember and plays well. A great FPS, with lots of good nods to the Star Wats universe, Excellent weaponry and a good story, with some great acted cutscenes that are a treat to watch. SPOILER: Dark versus Light side options near the end of the game give you a great reason to replay the game at least twice.
Publicada: 6 de outubro
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Don't get me wrong - Dark Forces II is an amazing game, it's great fun and the best Star Wars game I've ever played...
But, unfortunately I cannot whole heartedly reccomend it to users on modern systems. If you have an older system that can run it, than go for your life, I'm sure you'll love it. but to those who do not, there's nothing I can really say for you. This game rules, but lacks support on modern systems, It truly is a tradgedy.
Publicada: 27 de setembro
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Great game!


(If you can get it to run.)
Publicada: 1 de outubro
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If you're a fan of the old school shooters and enjoy using a lightsaber, this is definitely the game for you.
Publicada: 23 de setembro
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If you can get over the graphics then you'll likely enjoy this game if you're a Star Wars fan.
The gameplay and story holds up pretty well for such an old game.
After the first few levels you can start earning points to skill up force powers that can be neutral, light or dark. Which side you choose will determine the outcome of the story (Light side is canon in the series of games). You get 10 different weapons ranging from fists to rail gun to lightsaber.
There are a number of boss fights versus Dark Jedi which can be pretty challenging if you don't know how to beat them (for example the neutral Force Seeing ability will make the second boss fight a lot easier).
You also travel to different planets starting with Nar Shaddaa.
Beware of the scary squid on level 4. That experience scarred me the first time I played the game over 10 years ago.
Publicada: 18 de outubro
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This game is so cool, like seriously, it's one of the most satisfying games i've played in a long time. While the graphics aren't aged well and people who can't tolerate pixels won't appriciate it for that, it's story is amazing( the cutscenes are so good, almost like a real Star Wars movie) and the combat is just awesome. I've played only 4 hours on this so far, but holy ♥♥♥♥, i see myself completeing this game multiple times since you can either be Evil or Good. Now I hear that it's a mess to make it work on Windows 7 and Windows 8, but I'm using linux, and It works without any problems, just install the windows version of steam on linux and it should work. Crashes are somewhat rare, but thankfully you can quicksave in this game, so a crash once a couple of hours don't affect me. haven't tested the multiplayer yet, but I doubt anyone is still playing this. Too bad, because it's an amazing game. First Person Shooter fans and Star Wars fans should get it asap.


TL;DR - Get it, now. Especially if you're not using Windows 7 and 8
Publicada: 21 de outubro
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No problems running this game here (Win 7, Oct 2014). Classic first person shooter, featuring level design to rival Half-life and a Star Wars theme, what's not to love? Played this on release and it blew me away. Graphics have obviously aged, but still a lot here to recommend. Wish they still made them like this!
Publicada: 20 de outubro
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high school was a good time for me
Publicada: 21 de outubro
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5 de 6 pessoas (83%) acharam esta análise útil
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Tive a oportunidade de jogar esse jogo na época em que foi lançado, 1997 salvo engano. Jogando-o novamento posso observar que apesar dos gráficos robustos, quadrados e triangulares, não deixa a desejar na jogabilidade, muito menos fica para trás frente aos jogos modernos. Este é um jogo que vale a pena perder horas e horas na frente do pc. As fases são bem elaboradas, exige-se estratégia e mira, às vezes tem que ter instinto Chuck Norris, mas nada impossível de zerar, pelo menos para quem é fã de Star Wars e vivencia a arte Jedi cotidianamente. QUE A FORÇA ESTEJA COM VOCÊ!!
Publicada: 30 de maio
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Cut peoples limbs off, pull a weapon from their hands, and kill the hell out of 7 evil Jedi ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥s. What's not to like?

Full video review:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98mlLHEer8w
Publicada: 14 de junho
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9.8 hrs registradas
Dark Forces 2 is a game I grew up with. It's an amazing game that I think has aged extremely well and is as enjoyable today as it was back in the 90's.

However as good as Dark Forces 2 is. It is completely ruined by how shoddily the game runs on modern operating systems. It's to the point where if you try and run it in Windows 7 and 8 you have to trade between getting the game to render with proper colors vs a playable framerate.

This is a major case of buyer beware. It's near impossible to run on Windows 7 and 8 properly, and the only way I got this game to work was by installing a Virtual Machine. Only purchase if you're willing to put up with how badly this game runs.
Publicada: 16 de setembro
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Doesn't work properly on new machines. Pretty much no effort has been made to make this port works on modern machine. Even Dark Force 1 run better than this. I couldn't get any resolution other than the lowest one running without crashing, graphics is full of artifacts and just a muddy mess. It's a shame since this is an awesome game.
Publicada: 22 de maio
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Final edit: I have played through both Jedi Knight and Mysteries of the Sith (the expansion). To do so I followed Steam user -FwG- ^ Bucky's instructions (thanks, man!). I had to roll back my AMD videocard drivers. This means I had to remove all current videocard drivers and install this, older, videocard driver: 13.1 WHQL, which can be found here: http://www.mediafire.com/download/s5tl45g6sce5wp7/AMD_Catalyst_13.1_Non-Legacy.zip

Also, I had to download a DLL file from the JKHub website, which can be found here: http://www.jkhub.net/project/get.php?id=1804. Put the file in the same folder where you JK.exe or Mots.exe is.
Don't forget to turn on hardware acceleration in the setup menu in-game.

So, does all of this change my opinion? Well, no. Jedi Knight and its expansion are awesome games, but the way Steam provides them to us is unacceptable. The amount of tweaking that has to be done, is quite severe. If you're not very technical or aren't allowed to change videocard drivers the game is unplayable on PC's with AMD cards.

Besides the tweaking, several issues remain. The cutscenes in Jedi Knight and Mysteries play in a minimized sceen in the top left corner of your screen and the soundtrack doesn't loop, leaving out music for an incredible large part of the game (a Star Wars game without the epic music?!).

If the game was playable as it was intended I would give it ten thumbs up, if I could. But in its current state on Steam, I cannot recommend it. The way Steam throws a broken version of a beautiful game online to be sold, without any heart for how much this game means to people, is unacceptable.



EDIT: After toying with videocard settings and in-game resolutions, I was able to get some gameplay out of it. Still, there are the crashes (when going to the menu screen and back), the small windows in which the menus and videos are shown, the ingame music that doesn't loop (tracks stop after one play-through, so the rest of the level is without music) and the lack of 3D accelaration.

So, contrary to what I stated in my review below, the game can be played, but not stable and with a poor audio and video presentation.

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In short: are you running Windows 7, 64Bit with an AMD video card? Then the game will not run.

I'm really wondering if the positive reviews on this game's store page are by people that bought the game on Steam and are playing that or are they by people that remember the game from way back? I would think the latter. If I would have to grade it by how I remember it, it would have ten thumbs up. But now, through Steam not so much.

If you're using Windows 7, do not expect to install and play. It requires a lot of tweaking, downloading unofficial patches and files to get it running. At this time it is not possible to get it running like in the old days. The videos, for example, will only run in a small window in the upper left corner of your screen.

The thumbs down is more for Steam than for the game itself. I love the Kyle Katarn saga and this game was one of the finest in the series. But I feel cheated for buying this and I was so looking forward to this after finishing the first Dark Forces game.

I expect to buy something that works. I have very limited technical computer skills, so trying to make sense of how to get this game to work, is ruining my experience.
I'm now browsing through forums, downloading god knows what kind of files and trying anything to be able to play this game. Which I am still not able to.

With many other games I would have shrugged and just be bummed out. But this game is something special and deserves a proper Windows 7 compatible version. Come on, Steam, make it happen! (Maybe take a look at how GOG has its things sorted out).
Publicada: 3 de maio
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11 de 13 pessoas (85%) acharam esta análise útil
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Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II, the first to be labelled "Jedi Knight" in the series that started it all. Playing this game in the year 2014 gave me more respect for this title than disgust. Besides what most would call outdated graphics, I found Dark Forces 2 to still look beautiful with very well done levels that you could see the people who made them were passionate about what they were creating. This is reinforced by the live action cutscenes, which at first you think would look quite weird. But they look perfectly, which helps you get immersed into the story. I think live action cutscenes are also great cause you can see their passion for the game as it takes more reasources to make movie like scenes for a game. Anyway, the game is enjoyable, features a great story, and still has great gameplay. Each enemy type feels unique and presents their own challenge, each boss fight feels rewarding and different. The story is flawless and is a great introduction to the Expanded Universe of Star Wars for hardcore fans to fans of the movies. I strongly recommend this title as I could see no faults with this game. It's sad to see most people I see own this game and never play it. I also strongly recommend those people to give it a try.

If anyone has any other questions or concerns don't hesistate to add me i'll be happy to answer them!
Publicada: 13 de maio
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2 de 2 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
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Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II was the first video game I've ever played back when I used the classic Windows 98. To this day I still have my copy of the game in working condition.

**Story Info|Possible Spoilers**
The game is set one year after the events of Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. Former mercenary Kyle Katarn meets an info broker droid named 8t88 who informs Katarn that is father, Morgan, was killed by Jerec, a Dark Jedi with plans of rebuilding the Empire. Kyle is given a disk from 8t88 that only a droid in his father's home can read. Kyle Katarn sets out to find this droid and put an end to Jerec's plans to keep the galaxy at peace.

**Gameplay**
Dark Forces II much like its predecessor is a First Person Shooter, but now you are given the option to use a 3rd person camera if you so desire. The main game is divided into 21 levels, each with an objective and are completed in order.
Given at your disposal are various weapons, explosives, and various force powers categorized as Light Side or Dark. later on you'll get a lightsaber after finding Morgan Katarn's droid.
The lightsaber combat in Dark Forces II is very primitive and therefore feels dated. You can swing the saber diagonally left and right standing in place, swing in the direction you are moving, do a "fury" attack when moving forward, and a power attack using right-click on the mouse.
The gameplay overall is slightly dated, but I think still holds up to today.

**Graphics**
Do not expect the graphics to be outstanding! Since this is a game from 1997, the graphics are blocky, pixelated, and at times messy. However, for 1997 standards, it's good for its time... Assuming you are not playing it with the 3D Hardware Acceleration disabled, then it just looks bad.

**Verdict**
Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II is still a blast to play 17 years later, but don't be surprised by its dated feeling. I consider it to be up there with my personal top 5 Star Wars games. As a guy who has been playing it all his life, I definitely recommend you get this game. This is not one you should pass up!
Publicada: 22 de agosto
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This game kicks ♥♥♥.

I have tons of hours on this game from before I owned it on Steam, this game probably ruined my life. Recommend it to anyone who likes FPS shooters, platforming, adventure games, or Star Wars. Multiplayer and singleplayer are GREAT. Great story, cutscenes, level design... Overall amazing game.
Publicada: 24 de junho
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It's a wonderful game if you can get it running, sadly steam doesnt offer a version that has been updated to run on newer systems.
Publicada: 25 de junho
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Freezes my computer within literally 2 minutes of playing. Glad I got this on sale so I am not upset over the loss of money just that I paid for something that doesn't work.
Publicada: 12 de maio
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Very hard to recommend this game as it is massively buggy, and has proven to be buggy on numerous systems for myself, and other friends too. The game itself is okay, but hardly an essential play. Don't buy this thing unless you are still using dial-up modems and AOL for your email; in that case, there is a chance your system may be archaic enough to run this game.
Publicada: 28 de junho
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