Sous le couvert d'un secret absolu, l'Empire prépare le déploiement de l'arme ultime. Celle qui permettra la domination totale par la terreur. Votre mission ? Rejoindre les forces rebelles, infiltrer l'Empire et le combattre sous toutes ses formes. Parcourez la galaxie à la recherche de précieux indices.
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À propos de ce jeu

Sous le couvert d'un secret absolu, l'Empire prépare le déploiement de l'arme ultime. Celle qui permettra la domination totale par la terreur.
Votre mission ? Rejoindre les forces rebelles, infiltrer l'Empire et le combattre sous toutes ses formes. Parcourez la galaxie à la recherche de précieux indices. Attaquez les bases ennemies pour prévenir le déploiement de cette arme terrible.
  • Environnements complètement interactifs. Murs, sols, plateformes, convois, tous éclairés avec des effets atmosphériques.
  • Combat à la première personne. 10 armes sont à votre disposition pour combattre une vingtaine d'ennemis différents.
  • Partez à la découverte de l'univers de Star Wars.
  • Grimpez, tirez, sautez et frayez-vous un chemin dans les immondices.

Configuration requise

    • Interface : Windows 2000, XP ou Vista
    • Processeur : 486 ou supérieure
    • Mémoire : 16 Mo
    • Graphismes : DirectX
    • DirectX®: DirectX 5.2
    • Disque dur : 80 Mo
    • Son : Carte son 16-bit

    • Note : Le titre datant de quelques années, il est possible que des problèmes de compatibilité surviennent. Veuillez consulter nos forums pour plus d'informations.
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Posté le : 14 février
Le premier volet de la série des FPS Jedi Knight est sorti en 1995 pour MS-DOS.
Le joueur incarne Kyle Katarn, un transfuge de l'Empire qui loue désormais ses services pour la République comme mercenaire (en compagnie de Jan Ors, la pilote de son vaisseau, le Faucon).
MS-DOS donc émulation via DosBox. Il faut penser à le configurer un peu ; j'ai choisi le mode fenêtré (car cela chatouille un peu trop les yeux en plein écran) sans trop lisser les textures pour retrouver le rendu de l'époque. De plus, je ne suis pas convaincu par les améliorations graphiques qui sont proposées aujourd'hui.
A la différence de Doom ou des FPS de l'époque, le scénario n'est pas un prétexte au bourrinage ; les quatorze missions sont présentées avec des objectifs à remplir et l'histoire est solide (quelques clins d'oeil aux fans de l'univers avec Dark Vador et Jabaa en guest-stars).
Les niveaux sont très bien conçus et variés, certains labyrinthiques et demandent parfois un peu de réflexion pour résoudre les énigmes à base de clés à récolter et de boutons à activer (un poncif de l'époque).
La difficulté repose sur trois niveaux sans point de sauvegarde mais avec une gestion de "vies" ; si le premier est une promenade de santé à réserver aux néophytes du FPS (le jeu est d'ailleurs une excellente initiation au genre), le dernier est parfois bien tendu.
Jedi Knight Dark Forces est en tout point recommandable et mérite encore le détour aujourd'hui.
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Posté le : 13 décembre 2014
DISCLAMER: At the time of writing this review, I have 2 hours on the game. In reality I have much more, but I played it in offline mode because of traveling.

At first, I was gonna make this a stupid "Hurrr durrr this Star Wars and Doom 420/69" type of review. However, I really do believe a great game like this deserves an actual Pro/Con review. That being said, be prepared for lots of Pros.

Pros
+ The environments of this game are some of the best I've ever seen in an FPS. They are all unique and encourage exploration, which makes every level memorable.
+ Lots of different enemies, all faithful to the Star Wars lore. You've got your Stormtroopers, Commanders, Probe Droids, Dark Troopers and many more.
+ Lots of memorable characters from the Star Wars universe. Mon Mothma, Boba Fett, and even Jabba the Hutt are all there.
+ The guns are also all faithful to the Star Wars lore (You might even find a few in other SW games), and are really fun to use as well. Thermal Detonators, Repeaters, Fusion Cutters, and even the Imperial blaster rifle are all super cool and fun.
+ Puzzles are thought out well, and are at that just right difficulty that you wont find too hard or easy.
+ SECRETS.
+ Every mission has its own briefing, which tells you exactly what you need to know, no bullcrap.
+ Story takes place just before and after the Episode IV, so a big plus for me and many others. And its also super cool because YOU ARE THE ONE WHO GETS THE DEATH STAR PLANS.
+ This is an FPS done well. Its so fun to blast the hell out of everyone. The gunplay is VERY fun.
+ Creative obstacles. No, really. There was one room that was pitch black, with 4 Stormtroopers. The only thing that created light were all the lasers flying around, sorta like flying flashlights.
+ You can use you fists to kill everyone. HOW BADASS IS THAT?

Cons
- The story. I mean there has to be a story, right? Except it feels so rushed and there's no point to it, because you only objective (except the level with the death star plans) is to stop the creation of Dark Troopers. Boring.
- The game is super short with less than a dozen missions, and lack of replayability makes it all the shorter.
- The ground feels like its ice, you keep slipping and sliding everywhere which makes it kinda hard to focus on a shot and do a bit of platforming.
- Lack of a manual. Thank Lord Vader for Steam guides, because it doesn't, ever, tell you the controls in the game.
- Obviously, everyone's con, the graphics. The game came out in 1995, and it has not aged well at all. If a younger gamer, or really any graphics fan picked this up, they might get turned off by the graphics. BUT THATS WHY I SAVED THE BEST FOR LAST. There is a mod for this game called DarkXL. It introduces lots of things like 1920x1080 resolution, rebindable controls, more options, being able to look up and down, a reticle, and it makes the game look fantastic.
If you're picking this game up, download this mod, its worth it.

This game gets a 9/10. If it had just been a bit longer, and if the story had been A BIT better, this would've been a solid 10/10.
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Posté le : 12 février
Runs like an absolute dog.
Can't look up and down.
Barely any options.
Resolution so low it's hard to tell what's what.

Genuinely still a better game than Call of Duty.
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Posté le : 31 décembre 2014
You see, I always knew Kyle Katarn would be a jedi someday. You know why? It's pretty damn obvious... when he's around, stormtroopers can't aim worth ♥♥♥♥!
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Dark Forces... what is this? It's an FPS from the DOS and PS1. Don't back off the store page just yet, bear with me.

This game's very doom-style, mixing together 2D sprites with 3D terrain. You may also notice the way the X axis is locked, just like doom. But wait, what's this... what happens if I use PgUp/PgDown... oh ♥♥♥♥, I'm looking up and down! And there you have it. This is a doom-style that also allows jumping, crouching, and looking up and down. Have your fill of "innovation?" Good, now let's talk about what we all really care about-- gameplay.

If you haven't already guessed, it's a Star Wars shooter leading up to the events of the Star Wars: Jedi Knight franchise. You play as mercenary Kyle Katarn and it begins with a setting we'll recognize easily-- this is an imperial base. Go steal the plans to the Death Star. Then, the story takes a unique Extended Universe approach, as we follow the development of an Imperial super-soldier project, codenamed "Dark Troopers." Your missions are to go into various places and carry out the assignment given to you, as you go deeper into the project and try to put a stop to it.

The level design is great... it has a good balance of puzzles, firefights, raids, speedruns, and more as you plow through stormtroopers and Imperial officers, as well as the occasional robot. More than that, the levels themselves are very dynamic and overall, the use of elevators and moving platforms really add to the game. Multiple weapons can be found, from Blaster Rifles to Thermal Detonators to Imperial Heavy Repeaters, and the sprites/texturing are still at least decent. The game itself is completely solid, and visually it won't hurt to look at with the simple Imperial designs.

The only pitfall in this game is what the greedy ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥s at LucasArts have done with it. According to George Lucas, slapping an outdated and incompatible DOSBox that isn't even properly configured counts as a proper "rerelease." The controls have been "updated," with WASD to move and... no vertical aiming on the mouse. Of all the things we needed, they left out the most important one and we'd be better off just using the damn arrow keys for movement! Anyway, there are guides you can read on how to fix these issues, don't let them stop you from playing this game. If you have any issues, check the bottom of this review for guides on how to update DOSBox, make it run better, and (optional) add controller support.

Overall: ♥♥♥♥ the 'rerelease,' 7/10. Game itself: 8.5/10, frantic FPS fun in the Star Wars universe with great level design.
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Compatibilty
The following Steam guides will help you make the game work smoothly on your PC without color issues.

Update DOSBox to 0.74: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=205637267
Better Performance: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=256728338
Controller Support: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=213262211

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You may also like:

Doom 2
http://store.steampowered.com/app/2300/
Quake
http://store.steampowered.com/app/2310/
Shadow Warrior Classic (Now Free on Steam)
http://store.steampowered.com/app/238070/
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Preferred Purchase Method: Star Wars Jedi Knight Collection
Get this amazing DOS era shooter as well as the critically acclaimed Jedi Knight franchise! While the rereleases for Jedi Knight 1 and Mysteries of the Sith are downright broken (a shame, JK1 is easily one of the greatest games of all time), you still get the amazing Jedi Knight 2 and 3 for about $8 less than you'd normally pay, if you don't count the broken JK1. Definitely still worth the buy for Dark Forces, JKO, and JA alone, all three are excellent single-player games with two of them working flawlessly on modern systems (widescreen is available via a console command).
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Posté le : 9 décembre 2014
Just think of it this way,

Doom + Star Wars = Dark Forces

Nuff said.
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Posté le : 3 novembre 2014
19 year old game, still better than most games released today.

This game is really awesome, I was afraid that a game this old set in Star Wars universe wouldnt give me the Star Wars feeling, but it sure gave me the right vibes, shooting part is like DOOM, just nicer, graphics is old but they did a good job creating the right textures to give it the right Star Wars feeling, music is a midi soundtrack, but it gives a nice nostalgic feeling to the game.

I would say the most annoying part of this game is figuring out where to go next, but Im sure Luke didnt always know where to go when he was out on his many adventures in space.

I would recommend this to any Star Wars fan. 8.5-10

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Posté le : 4 octobre 2014
Definitely a blast from *my* past; when I was a kid I played the first level over and over again. Never got past it until now, when I can proudly say I've beaten the game (on Easy, but nonetheless the game has been beaten). It was pretty fun, too.
The music's been well remixed in bleeps and bloops, and reacts dynamically to the situation. I played with the game in a window, which I think works better than full-screen - the assets are pretty pixelly, especially for objects far in the distance. Apparently I fought Boba Fett at one point, but I didn't know - he was flying around and I was just trying not to get shot too many times, so I couldn't tell it was him.
I like how there's no objective marker (though a mini-map would come in handy, and a nicer one than the one that appears if you hit tab or F1) and the levels are kind of maze-like, and yet no matter how lost I am, I always blunder to the objective somehow. One thing that is slightly awkward for targeting is that the X-axis is controlled by the mouse, while the Y-axis is controlled by PgUp and PgDn, making me feel sort of like a mobile turret. Fortunately, auto-aim is a thing and it is a helpful thing.
Probably not a game that you need with all the modern variety to choose from, but if you like FPS's with Star Wars and a vague sense of plot involved, and you like old-school stuff, check it out. Also if you like Kyle Katarn before he became a weird Jedi, and Jan was super cute. ;)
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Posté le : 17 février
This game manages to remind you why you got into gaming in the first place. The main reason for still being a lot of fun is the great level design, never too large or too small or overly complicated. The environment of the levels, the weapons and the enemies are quite varied too.
If you were there when it came out you should re-play it, after a level or two you'll tell why this game is still great and why most of todays single player fpses aren't.
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Posté le : 29 décembre 2014
Even though this dates back to a couple years after the release of Doom, Dark Forces still offers some good gameplay and a good Star Wars storyline. While I recommend the game, it probably will only be enjoyed by Star Wars fans and those who originally played the game back in the 90s when it was released. While you can control the view with the mouse, I couldn't get it to look up and down, which made it difficult at times, though not too frustrating. The level design is good and the action is decent, and it brings back fond memories of playing this on my 486. As usual for any Star Wars game, great music and great audio.
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Posté le : 8 novembre 2014
This game is just how I remember it from when I was a kid. Great old FPS mechanics, good music and audio for the majority of the game, and a solid classic LucasArts game. Would recommend to anyone who enjoys classic FPS.
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Posté le : 1 janvier
If you are in the mood classic fps and starwars then this is the game for you. Having excellent story and numerous easter eggs find and game play still holds-up today. A Five out of Five.
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Posté le : 21 janvier
9.5/10 must-play.
In this classic FPS you play as a scruffy nerf-herder of a smuggler in the Star Wars universe. The ultimate roguish badass Kyle Katarn will be defying the galactic empire, dealing with bounty hunters and running into characters we all know from the movies.
On a technical level, DF falls between Doom and Quake. The well laid out, dynamic, 3d maps are a joy, but great 90s graphics are still 90s graphics. Luckily the familiarity of the design and enemies will make up for that and draw you in. Not least it serves as the launching point for one of gaming's epic series.
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Posté le : 7 février
you haven't lived until you've heard midi star wars music
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Posté le : 24 février
Star Wars + Doom = Dark Forces
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Posté le : 22 décembre 2014
Its Doom and Star Wars in one game, what could go wrong
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Posté le : 6 février
Do you like shooting stormtroopers? Do you like seeing 16bit explosions? Do you like 16bit Gamorreans? Then this is the game for you! 10/10 would buy again
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Posté le : 27 janvier
Like any game this old, any recommendation is going to come with a lot of salt, and largely boils down to your personal tolerance level.

Dark Forces is basically Doom with a Star Wars wallpaper, though apparently it made a few technological improvements over Doom, such as the ability to have multiple floors on top of one another. This is just heresay on my part, I'm not a videogame historian.

The level design is fairly nonlinear and encourages plenty of exploration, but personally I found that the inability to look up and down (more than about 45 degrees either way, with really weird visual distortions) left me having only a vague idea that a floor was beneath my feet, which was incredibly disorienting and left me playing through most of the game with the transparent map screen plastered to my face (though I'll admit I found the way the map dynamically updated based on purely literal line of sight weirdly enthralling).

Like many FPSes, or indeed games of this age in general, the bosses ammount to little more than a single enemy that is both better at killing you and worse at dying. Can't really dock points there, it's not like you can expect elaborate boss mechanics in a game that slightly predates the notion of having to actually aim your gun at things.

While I still had enough fun to give this game a recommendation, do NOT try playing it without a walkthrough on hand. Many of the puzzles involve a sort of sideways moon logic that I never would have figured out on my own, even if I could fnavigate without staring at the map during firefights.
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Posté le : 3 février
A fun old school Star Wars "Doom" clone.
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Posté le : 3 février
The storm troopers surprisingly don't miss every single shot like in the movies.
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Posté le : 4 février
I dont know whats better, The game or its 16bit sondtrack
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