Forja tu arma y sigue el camino del Jedi Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy es la más reciente entrega de la aclamada serie Jedi Knight. Toma el papel de un nuevo estudiante ansioso de aprender el camino de la Fuerza del Maestro Jedi Luke Skywalker.
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Forja tu arma y sigue el camino del Jedi
Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy es la más reciente entrega de la aclamada serie Jedi Knight. Toma el papel de un nuevo estudiante ansioso de aprender el camino de la Fuerza del Maestro Jedi Luke Skywalker. Interactúa con personajes conocidos de Star Wars en lugares clásicos de la saga Star Wars mientras te enfrentas a la gran elección: lucha por el bien y la libertad en el lado de la luz o sigue el camino del mal y el poder hacia el lado oscuro.
  • Personaliza a tu personaje mediante su género y apariencia antes de entrar en la Academia y aprender el poder - y los peligros - de la Fuerza.
  • Construye tu propio sable de luz, desde el mango a la hoja. Cuando tengas experiencia, descubre el potencial de blandir uno en cada mano o usa el temido sable de luz doble, hecho famoso por Darth Maul.
  • Nuevos poderes, armas, habilidades y lugares de Star Wars.
  • Sistema único de selección de niveles que te permite elegir misiones y aventuras.
  • Seis modos multijugador, incluyendo asedio por equipos y duelo de dos contra uno. ¡Lucha en 23 escenarios para múltiples jugadores!

Requisitos del sistema

Mac OS X
    • SO: Windows 2000, XP o Vista
    • Procesador: Pentium II o Athlon a 450 MHz
    • Memoria: 128 MB de RAM
    • Gráficos: 32 MB, compatible con OpenGL
    • DirectX®: 9.0a
    • Disco Duro: 1.3 GB
    • Sonido: 16 bit, Direct x 9.0a
    • Requisitos para Multijugador: Pentium II o Athlon a 450MHz
    • OS: 10.7.5 (Lion), 10.8.5 (Mountain Lion), 10.9.5 (Mavericks), 10.10 (Yosemite)
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo (Dual-Core), 2.2 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB
    • Graphics: 256 MB, (NVidia): Geforce 8800, (ATI): Radeon HD 2600, (Intel): HD 3000
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB
    • Peripherals: Macintosh mouse and keyboard

      NOTICE: The following video chipsets are unsupported by Jedi Academy
      • Intel Integrated GMA 950/X3100
      • ATI RADEON HD 2400
      NOTICE:This game is not supported on volumes formatted as Mac OS Extended (Case Sensitive)
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A 2 de 2 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 27 de junio
El mejor título de la saga Jedi Knight, tanto por su excelente jugabilidad como por la variedad de misiones. Es algo más fácil que los juegos anteriores y la historia es algo más simple, pero la gran cantidad de combos de la espada láser lo convierte en un juego bastante interesante.

En definitiva, si pretendes convertirte en un maestro Jedi, debes jugar a este juego, ya que te enseñará a no salirte nunca del lado luminoso, por muy placentero que siempre resulte el lado oscuro. Las cosas fáciles nunca llegarán a ser tan atractivas como se desea, lo cual te lleva a caer en un gran abismo en el que perderás toda tu humanidad, y acabarás sumido en la locura. Es por ello que nunca hay que dejar de lado el lado luminoso, el cual siempre te recibirá con los brazos abiertos.
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Un clásico que no puede faltar, lo jugué cuando chico en cd original, en cd pirata cuando se echó a perder el otro :c y ahora en steam
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I recommend Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Acadamy. The combat is usually fun and being a psycho lunatic laser sword butcher is fun. It's always fun enough to keep playing, but there are some things holding the game back. I have some big reservations about this game. The voice acting was really terrible. It's the kind you'd expect from a cheap cartoon for ten year olds. The same goes for the plot. At one point it is revealed the recruit who was obviously going to turn on the jedi from the moment he was introduced at the beginning of the game has in fact turned on the jedi. In his defense, though, the dark side did have two hot dark jedi chicks that liked to party. The Jedi Academy run by Luke just had some old coots nagging you to keep a good attitude while you're doing their work. Being a Star Wars title there's plenty of jibber jabber about sides of the force. I don't really see how the jedi can claim to be so morally superior when they kill everyone that stands in the way of their goals. It's just because they're not ♥♥♥♥♥♥ off or scared when they're doing it that keeps them from turning to the dark side of the force? There are a good solid 18 levels or so and took around 12 hours to finish game. While they do a reasonably good job of mixing of the objectives and scenery of the varied locations. It all really boils down to fighting most enemies with guns or dark jedi with a light saber and doing a lot of often crazy platform jumping. Towards the end of the game I was getting so tired of fighting light saber duels. I just stopped fighting them whenever possible and kept running ahead until they stopped chasing me. It was a largely successful strategy for speeding up the game. The light saber fighting is maybe about as good as one can realistically expect. There are a couple of types of slashes and the light saber can be thrown like a boomerang. The fights seemed like they just came down to spamming the button until enough hits connect. When winning a duel the game will go into slow motion and you can see a cool shot of the fatal blow and bodies do get sliced up. The worst part about them is that it's expected to use force powers during duels and it can be hard trying to move my characater and hitting the function keys at the same time. The best part, hands down, is using the force push to throw enemies off of cliffs. Hilarious every time. As the game progresses the main character is completing his jedi training and he becomes more powerful as the game procedes. By the time the game is ending your character can jump five stories high and the light saber is almost heat-seaking. You can also choose optional force powers to upgrade at the end of each level. So there are some very minor RPG elements to the game.The music in the game is just classic Star Wars soundtrack and it still sounds fantastic. The boss fights are really tough and time consuming. They deliver big damage quickly and so most of the time I'd spending running around avoiding them while I recharge my health and then engage them again for a minor skirmish before I run away again to heal up. The game isn't overly difficult. I did save a lot, though. Jedi Acadamy is fun, it just lacks that certain something should have taken it to the next level.
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Have you ever wanted to be a Jedi? The Force isn’t strong enough in real life for you to be one? Well then, this game is good enough to satisfy that need. If you never wanted to be one, then this game will show you its charm anyway and afterward, you’ll fall in the former category. Despite its outdated look, the gameplay is engaging and the story has the SW charm to it. This game has the original trilogy’s atmosphere, but it has more action. Despite its predecessor, the level design won’t get you lost and there is less linearity, as you can select your gender, race, lightsaber fighting style and its shape and choice you make in the (near)end, whether to stay in the light or give into the dark and the consequences feel strongly(the protagonists attitude changes, some die, some get hurt, everything is awesome). There are some great moments for a Star Wars fan, such as fighting alongside Chewbacca, force choking Boba Fett, or taking a station down with Wedge Antilles.
The gameplay involves lightsaber fighting(this is what made the Jedi Knight series famous) that inspired the combat of Blade Symphony, as there are many duels. Aside from those instances, chopping arms and heads of stormtroopers that actually can aim is really entertaining. Jumping on walls, then on your adversaries is a good example of how fluid the combat can be. There are three types of force powers: light sided ones, which involve sustaining health by healing and protection, and turning your enemies into allies, the universal ones like force push, pull, speed, sense and lightsaber throw and there are the dark sided ones, which are damaging and risky, as you’ll enter modes that strengthen you while draining your health, exposing yourself with force choke or force lightning, though the latter, when upgraded to its zenith, means pushing everyone out of the room while having bolts all over them. You also have an arsenal of weapons to your disposal, that have primary and secondary types of firing.
The story has its charm, as you start up as a student and end up being a Jedi Knight, there are many iconic characters and there is Kyle Katarn, the hero of the other Jedi Knight games. The plot isn’t really intriguing, but it has its mystery. 80% of the game you’ll be doing missions that don’t seem to be related to the plot, but more to being a Jedi, that is keeping the peace in the Galaxy.
The game last for about 8 hours, provided you tend to be alive most of the time. For Star Wars fans it’s a treat and some don’t exaggerate when they call it the best Star Wars game; while it’s a matter of taste, this game ends up on being on the favorites list. For newcomers, it’s enough to make them understand why people go crazy over Star Wars. The game isn’t complex, but is good enough to spend time with it and enjoy doing so.
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A classic game set in the classic universe. This is a must play not only for the Star Wars fans.
+ Magnificent and balanced combat system
+ Choose your style: single, dual, or a sabrestaff
+ Variety of guns
+ Use the Force, Jaden!
+ The protagonist doesn't have to be a human :)
+ Option of choosing between the light and the dark side
+ Soundtrack
+ Tons of player-created content
- Plot isn't an A+ material (but it's not bad by any means)


It's a blast from the past – still fun after all these years. The game tells us the story of the Jedi struggling to prevent the Cultists from resurrecting Marka Ragnos – an ancient Dark Lord of the Sith.

The protagonist, unlike in most of the games in the Jedi Knight series, is one of the Luke Skywalker's students named Jaden. One can choose race, gender, and appearance of the main character. What is more, the hero's lightsabre can be customised as well. Later on, there is also a possibility to choose either a single blade, dual blade, or a sabrestaff. Each of the weapons feature a different playstyle, animations, and moves. In addition to the elegant weapon(s) for a more civilised age, there are a few guns and explosives available.

The lightsabre combat system is truly unique and works like charm. It is easy to learn and hard to master. It punishes the weak and empowers the strong, so to speak: it rewards well-timed blows and dodges as opposed to mindless mashing the buttons as fast as possible. Moreover, it is well-balanced: every playstyle is viable. Apart from fencing, a player can use a variety of Force powers which are divided into three categories: Neutral (e.g. Push), Light (e.g. Heal), and Dark (e.g. Lightning). In single player, a player can assign points to the Light and the Dark side powers (the Neutral ones grow as the story progresses).

While single player is decent, the clue of the game is its multiplayer. I have put around 200 hours in the multiplayer alone and I definitely am looking forward for more. Despite the game being past its prime, it still has a small but devoted community. There also are myriads of mods, characters, maps, and other types of player-created content which further improve longevity of the game.

Concluding, Jedi Academy still is the top dog when it comes to Third Person Slashers and one of the best Star Wars games in my opinion. I have yet to play a game with a more enjoyable and balanced combat system. I strongly recommend trying it out even today: it may look dated, but the core mechanics are timeless. A 10/10.

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