The Legacy of Star Wars Dark Forces™ and Star Wars® Jedi Knight lives on in the intense first-person action of Jedi Outcast.
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The Legacy of Star Wars Dark Forces™ and Star Wars® Jedi Knight lives on in the intense first-person action of Jedi Outcast.
  • As Kyle Katarn, agent of the New Republic, use your Lightsaber and the full power of the Force to combat a new evil plaguing the galaxy.
  • Wield over 8 Force abilities including the Jedi Mind Trick, Force Lightning and Force Grip.
  • Choose wisely from an arsenal of 13 weapons including disruptor rifle, thermal detonators, trip mines and Wookiee bowcaster.
  • Play on-line with 2-32 players or against a variety of AI Bots - and gain an additional 7 Force powers.
  • Test your skills in 24 single-player missions and in 6 different types of multiplayer games including Jedi Master, Holocron, Capture the Ysalamiri, Duel, Deathmatch and Capture the Flag.
  • Interact with legendary Star Wars characters such as Luke Skywalker and Lando Calrissian (featuring the voice of Billy Dee Williams as Lando.)
  • Developed by critically acclaimed Raven Studios and powered by the Quake III Arena engine.

Requisitos do Sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows 2000, XP or Vista
    • Processor: Pentium II or Athlon 350 MHz
    • Memory: 64 MB
    • Graphics: 16 MB OpenGL compatible
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 800 MB
    • Sound: Direct X 8.0a
    • Multiplayer Requirements: Pentium II or Athlon 400MHz
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.8.5 (Mountain Lion), 10.9.5 (Mavericks), 10.10.5 (Yosemite), 10.11.1 (El Capitan)
    • Processor: 1.8 GHZ Intel chipset or faster
    • Memory: 512 MB or higher
    • Hard Disk Space: 1 GB
    • Video Card: ATI Radeon X1600 / NVidia Geforce 7300 / Intel HD 3000 (128 MB VRAM or higher)
    • Languages: English, French and German


    • Additional: Intel integrated video chipsets are not supported (GMA 950/X3100).

      This game is not supported on volumes formatted as Mac OS Extended (Case Sensitive)

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DefinitelyMaybe
( 4.3 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 24 de Junho
This and the "Jedi Academy" game are two the best Star Wars games out there imo. I'd say that this even beats Jedi Academy. Really great stuff. Spent hours on it playing on different difficulty lvls. Definitely will come back to it not once in the lifetime =) Highly recommended for all the Star Wars fans, but not only! You can still enjoy the gameplay without even being so much into SW, I think that's a really great thing.
Chinochanchanchan
( 38.3 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 23 de Junho
#1 Star Wars Classic Game ever made...
flemingo34
( 3.2 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 23 de Junho
This is a seriosly good star wars game
Everything feels like star wars the sound and visual design all work
Also billy dee williams
BiscuitBuff
( 22.6 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 18 de Junho
Finally! After 9 years of having this game i beat it! Well techinally the first years i had it, it was on game cube. On that thing if you died, you started all the way over. So i could never beat it. But on Here you can quick save and do all bunch of stuff. I enjoyed this game a lot, it was a huge nostalgic trip beating it. I got really connected to the game. Things i didnt like, is sometimes the level design is so crazy, you don't know where to go and you have to look it up. Adrimal Fyarar ♥♥♥♥ing punch power is so op and you just fall and die. Thats pretty much everything.


I enjoyed this game a lot. It is very long its 22 hour story.

NOT TO FORGET THE MULTIPLAYER!!!
The multiplayer is a blast and now i can finally connect to real players! (On the gamecube it was all offline) The multiplayer is soo fun too. This game is worth the money. If you are a star wars fan...get it. Its probably one of the best Star Wars games out there
Swifty
( 1.8 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 17 de Junho
Classic game, If you like classic style shooters you'll enjoy this as It has no modern tropes such as regenerating health and light puzzles but has the star wars awesomeness!
The Fool
( 19.3 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 16 de Junho
Jedi Knight 2-Jedi Outcast is a great game one that I think any star wars fan should pick up, I did however have a few minor flaws with it. The higher difficulties of this game are almost impossible and can be infuriating at how quickly you lose health to small enemies. The game also has a bit of a slow start with you acting as a mercenary without your lightsaber, it does a great job of setting up the story but feels almost dragged out. Once you get your lightsaber the game picks up a bit as you now can use the force to fight and solve puzzles. The lightsaber comabt is phenominal, I did however enjoy the combat in Jedi Academy slightly more. The story of the game is great and really shows what people were coming up with after the original trilogy was out and there was not anything new in terms of movies for star wars. The game is a good length providing many hours of enjoyment. The graphics are outdated sure, but the fun gameplay and interesting story make up for it. My one tip for playing this game for the first time is to play it on a lower difficulty so that it is not insanely difficult.
mcadamscw8
( 10.8 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 15 de Junho
This is a very good game you should buy it its worth it:)
MrRektShotzHDv2.0
( 6.2 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 12 de Junho
I used to play this on my gamecube when i was young and i loved it i just bought the steam version and i love it
Anthropophagus
( 1.2 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 9 de Junho
I used to play this on the Gamecube all the time when it came out. The multiplayer is where the game really shines, in my opinion. 14 years later and still, this is the best lightsaber game out there. The controls are great, the gameplay is really fun and the main protagonist, Kyle Katarn, is an interesting character. Go ahead and get this game! You can thank me later.
RA on Duty
( 25.8 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 8 de Junho
The best part about this game is hacking and slashing through a bunch of storm troopers within an extended universe story that (for my knowledge) doesn't exist anymore. You'll enjoy the horrid animations of the early 2000s, janky controls which need to be formatted, and unbelievably annoying and unfair lightsaber battles with NPCs who taunt you like a kid on the playground. There are some things to keep in mind though, especially if you are looking to play this game:

- You automatically deflect blaster shots and even on a harder difficulty the enemies are generally coded by a six year old child and run into you instead of for cover
- Most of your deaths will be caused either by the environment or snipers who are immune to saber deflection (you need to counter-snipe them)
- Unless you’re using a mod for textures on the environments, you have an easier time navigating this game while drunk
- Unless you edit it in settings you automatically switch to third person to use your lightsaber. I mean, I guess you can play like that if you enjoy being a baby doofus.
- Some of the best dialogue in the game isn’t in the cut scenes but between storm troopers before they notice you’re coming up on them. Makes you feel bad that you need to kill them, especially since you can take more time getting to know different Stormtroopers on an emotional level than the girl you need to save because of some stupid tied in love story no one could honestly care about
- You can’t pick your lightsaber color in the story mode. Like really? Really? The character customization was the best part of the first one, even if the story was just as stupid.
- The weapons which are Star Wars staples that people recognize are the lightsabers, E-11, bow caster, and thermal detonator. The rest are made up to make the game feel more like doom. And 90% of the time you only use the lightsaber anyway so….
- Oh yeah, the story is stupid. You go to like, 6 places really.
- I think the story is a continuation of Jedi Academy?
- I’m pretty sure that’s not Billy Dee Williams voicing Lando in this one. Sorry guys.

All in all, the game is worth a few bucks. If you’re smart you’ll convince your friends to buy it too so you can spend countless minutes hacking each other apart in a multiplayer server (if you set one up) before you all retire to play Gary’s Mod and look at memes. I give Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast a solid 2.5/5 stars, not because of how bad or good it is, but because it reminds me of that kid who was supposed to be in remedial math, but was placed in honors because his older brother was on the varsity soccer team and his mom was banging the principal. Even though it falls short, it still gains merit because it has the Star Wars badge slapped over it. If it was any other universe or franchise, I could easily produce more effort to give up living via onset aneurism then play this game.

In conclusion, I recommend this game because it helps you waste time on this pathetic rock known as Earth while dragging you across the universe on a story that doesn't really matter. You kill guys who don't like you because you don't like them, and in the end, isn't that what life is all about? (Final Rating= **.5 / *****)
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Star wars - Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast * 9/10

Definitely one of My favourite games, and my favourite Jedi Knight Chapter.

Jedi Knight 2 is the following chapter and takes place about two years after Mysteries of The Sith. Kyle abandoned both the force and his lightsaber after the incident at the end of the MotS and now works with Jan Ors on some missions for the Republic. Mon Mothma, Leader of the New Republic, sent them to a remnant base because of an intercepted communication citing the valley of the jedi and a rebirth. They will discover some experiments, and after an ambush Kyle will be forced to re-establish his connection with the force and get back his lightsaber in order to retaliate against the remnants.
I know it might sound dull but I'm trying to keep the most important details because I would spoil the best parts of the story, which is very important in this chapter, as it's very well studied. And during our journey we'll meet very well known character as Lando And Luke Dubbed by Billy Dee Williams and Mark Hamill Themselves.

The gameplay follows the classic structure of the previous chapters but it's more polished and has lots of innovations that make this chapter the best. You start the game without lightsaber or force powers as in Dark Forces 2, so you will use blasters and weapons. There will be some old classics, such as Kyle's blaster pistol, the wookie bowcasters, thermal detonators, and the good old the E-11 blaster rifle that will be imprecise as usual (in a shy attempt to justify the stormtroopers' lame aim). Of course there will be new weapons, as rocket launchers, explosives and tripbombs, but the real innovation comes as soon as you recover your force powers and your lightsaber as a third person view is applied and the levels will urge you to jump up and down with your jedi powers. Now jump and the saber throw are not force powers to use but are implicit in your actions (meaning you can use force jump as you jump, and launch the lightsaber with the secondary fire button), and the best part is of course the lightsaber combat system. Now you don't have just a couple of clunky moves, now you have a proper combat system where your moves will be determined by any direction key you use and you will "learn" three combat styles, Normal, Strong and fast that will allow to deal different damage ranges, strike with different speeds and chain your moves also with coreographics rotations. During your fights you can also lock you lightsaber against a sith's lightsaber and you have to hit fire as fast as you can to push harder and leave the opponent defenseless for a few second so you can exploit that opening to strike hard.

Anyways this is the only Jedi knight you don't choose light or dark side, as the story requires a fixed path and the force powers are improved automatically as the level design might require specific powers and abilities.

One of my favorite aspects of this game is music. I definitely Love the Star Wars tunes from John Williams and in this chapter there are great classic tunes and, as opposed to Dark Forces 2 and MotS we have again dynamic music, with quiet and action tunes perfectly linked with smooth passage tunes. Something already seen (or maybe heard) already with the first Dark Forces Midi tracks and now back again in great style and high quality.

Another really great side of this game is the visual impact. Even nowadays the levels are really good looking and the Star Wars atmosphere is stronger than ever, since the very beginning. But as I said, the best comes the moment you get your lightsaber with the force powers: the first mission will be in Nar Shaddaa, the vertical city, then Bespin City and so on. There will be lots of familiar ambients, neverending pits, gigantic vertical structures that only a Jedi will ever be able to walk through.
The engine is based on id Tech 3 (Quake 3 Arena's Engine), And even though it's not the new battlefront Engine, it doesn't look bad, all in all. Level design is really good and saves this title from aging really bad, even though the polygon counter for maps and models doesn't even compare recent titles and volumetric shadows on characters really look bad, buggy and odd, while all the other FXs really give great justice to the game.
At the time the Ghoul system was the thing so it was mandatory: every character or NPC has "Hot spots" which will determine a specific pain or death animation.

Unfortunately there are some cons, which didn't stop me from playing and appreciate to the fullest this game, anyways.
The game doesn't support 16:9 resolutions natively... But you can edit with notepad the config file to force your desired resolution and fix the FOV in order to keep an appropriate perspective.
As long as you move in First person you won't notice that too much but as soon as you switch in third person it's more evident. At the time I couldn't stand it so I decided to make my ow mod for them: animations are a bit rigid and clunky. Your idle positions are improbable as the character doesn't even try to breath, you and everyone else walk and run as if you were slipping because the animation is too slow to represent the speed you're moving at.
And the worst part of the game: AI. Yes, siths are strong and both stormtroopers and mercenaries will shoot you or run for safer places according to your position or they will just run away and surrender in case you pull away their weapon, but it won't be rare to face enemies that won't recognize you or the mess and killing you made 10 mts away, or enemies that will run back and forth not knowing what to do, or falling down in pits.

+++PROs+++
  • STORY. Clearly I loved this chapter's story, Kyle gets back his force powers with a better and more logical reason here than in DF2 (where he spontaneously becomes a Jedi without any training). We have everything in this story: a plot, a reason for revenge, hope and redemption, tributes (lots of guests, places, references, and a particular boss fight that somehow reminds me of the final fighth in Dark Forces) and...
  • KYLE KATARN. The very best portrayal of this character, someone that has seen lots of things in the universe, did many good and bad things and his sarcasm proves he aged knowing that. Kyle know he's not perfect, he's not a saint and knows he's not a Jedi, but he's "just a guy with a lightsaber" that will do his very best to achieve his goals, be it stop the remnants or mere revenge.
  • SOUNDTRACK. I love so much John William's music and the re-introduction of the dynamic music system in this chapter is really great and delivers an amazing soundtrack that perfectly fits and follows your actions, be it explorations or fights. Simply great.
  • VISUAL IMPACT. The game is getting old but it still looks pretty good thanks to a very good level design and familiar places.
  • GAMEPLAY. It's simply amazing to fight with such a good system, I've always loved the lightsaber fights as that's still my favourite most used weapon, and force powers are much more comfortable to use than the previous chapter. You can also run and jump on walls, which is useless but really coreagraphic.
---CONs---
  • AI. You will face enemies that won't recognize you or the mess and killing you made 10 mts away, or enemies that will run back and forth not knowing what to do, or falling down in pits.
  • 4:3. Unfortunately, due to the age, the game doesn't support 16:9 resolutions natively. Luckily you can just edit the cfg to force your own resolution. Everything is explained in details in the steam community.
  • CLUNKY ANIMATIONS. There are some clunky or too basic animations in the game such as "non-breathing" idle positions or slow running and walking animations.
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(NO SPOILERS)

If you also own the game "Star Wars Jedi Knight - Jedi Academy", don't be confused about the story.
"Star Wars Jedi Knight II - Jedi Outcast" is actually part 1 instead of part 2.
(the stories: Jedi Outcast is part 1, and Jedi Academy is part 2)
You will understand more if you play both games, story wise.

This game is very good and one of the classic Star Wars games as well.
It is unfortunate since Disney owns Star Wars, that Disney removed several stories of games, comics, and books from the Star Wars universe including these games. So it isn't a official story anymore.

I recommend this game about its story, as well the game-play. But mostly cause of the story.
The remnants of the fallen Galactic Empire remains in the galaxy with new leaders and seeks new opportunities to reach their goals.

<<< (Jedi Knight) Story Wise >>>

If you would like to follow the whole story from the start to the end, then start & play from:
* Dark Forces
* Dark Forces II
* Mysteries of the Sith
* Jedi Knight II - Jedi Outcast
* Jedi Knight - Jedi Academy

( Steam also offers the Jedi Knight bundle with these games (also no longer official Star Wars stories): http://store.steampowered.com/sub/2103/ )
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I used to play this on the Gamecube all the time when it came out. The multiplayer is where the game really shines, in my opinion. 14 years later and still, this is the best lightsaber game out there. The controls are great, the gameplay is really fun and the main protagonist, Kyle Katarn, is an interesting character. Go ahead and get this game! You can thank me later.
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I remember back when I had this game on the GameCube, there was a particular segment where Kyle could open a hangar door into space; and I would always load back there just to do it again, and again.

I have not reached said segment on this PC version...

And the anticipation of seeing stormtroopers flying into the void is what keeps me going.

Also because it's one of the finest games in the Star Wars franchise, that might help too.
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Finally! After 9 years of having this game i beat it! Well techinally the first years i had it, it was on game cube. On that thing if you died, you started all the way over. So i could never beat it. But on Here you can quick save and do all bunch of stuff. I enjoyed this game a lot, it was a huge nostalgic trip beating it. I got really connected to the game. Things i didnt like, is sometimes the level design is so crazy, you don't know where to go and you have to look it up. Adrimal Fyarar ♥♥♥♥ing punch power is so op and you just fall and die. Thats pretty much everything.


I enjoyed this game a lot. It is very long its 22 hour story.

NOT TO FORGET THE MULTIPLAYER!!!
The multiplayer is a blast and now i can finally connect to real players! (On the gamecube it was all offline) The multiplayer is soo fun too. This game is worth the money. If you are a star wars fan...get it. Its probably one of the best Star Wars games out there
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I'm no critic, I'm just a guy with a computer and some positive reviews.
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Quem é fã de Star Wars tem a obrigação de jogar Jedi Outcast. Como o nome já sugere, o protagonista é um ex-jedi que teve seus motivos para abandonar a força. A história se passa depois da morte do imperador e a luta é contra os remanescentes do império. Katarn é um mercenário que presta serviços à Nova República. Em um de seus trabalhos, juntamente com sua companheira Jan, Katarn se vê forçado a novamente empunhar seu velho sabre de luz. A história é muito boa, a jogabilidade também é (mas pode atrapalhar no início quem estiver acostumado com controle), os gráficos... bem, é um jogo antigo, não dá para se esperar gráficos de ponta, mas mesmo assim ele é muito bom se considerarmos a época do lançamento do jogo. Personagem icônicos e cenários também, muitos deles bastante conhecidos pelos fãs. Rende umas boas horas de jogatina e duelos de sabres de luz de tirar o fôlego. ...And the force be with you!
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Há muito tempo numa galáxia muito distante ... Assim começa uma das sagas cinemáticas mais famosas de todos os tempos .
Fizeram-se muitos jogos sobre Star Wars , no entanto muitos deles nunca alcançaram uma grande qualidade . Tudo isso mudou quando a Raven Software criou o primeiro jogo da série Jedi Knight . Apresentando Kyle Katarn , um mercenário ao serviço da Nova Républica que descobre que consegue usar a Força , tornou-se um exito tremendo ao misturar um shooter com um jogo de acção .
Eis que então desenvolveram a sequela , Jedi Knight II : Jedi Outcast . E que jogão criaram !
Após os eventos do primeiro jogo , Kyle Katarn cortou as suas ligações à força e voltou a trabalhar como mercenário ao serviço da Républica . No entanto , após uma missão em que algo corre muito mal , Kyle vê-se obrigado a recorrer a uma fonte misteriosa para conseguir usar a força de novo ...
A história de Jedi knight II é simplesmente fabulosa . Ao longo da história do jogo irão encontrar personagens dos filmes que não servem só como easter eggs , mas que influenciam em muito o desnrolar da história .
Graficamente o jogo é um pouco pobre . As texturas são bastante pixelizadas , mas também é algo de esperar de um jogo de 2002 . Os vários ambientes do jogo retratam muito bem o universo Star Wars , com niveis em locais bastante conhecidos da saga como Nar Shadaa ou Yavin , e os niveis interiores em estações espaciais e naves são fieis da mesma maneira , não faltando sequer os vários droides a executar as suas tarefas .
Existem vários tipos de inimigos , desde mercenários , storm troopers até mesmo fallen jedi .
A música é tirada dos filmes , o que complementa a ligação do jogo aos mesmos .
A estrela do jogo é mesmo o gameplay . Para além de várias armas do universo Star wars como blasters , termal detonators ou wookie bowcasters , mais tarde ganham acesso a um lightsaber e aos vários poderes da força . Com o lightsaber conseguem reflectir os tiros dos inimigos contra eles próprios e entrar em duelos contra inimigos que usam lightsabers também . Os poderes da força são extremamente divertidos de usar . Lançam um míssil contra vós ? Usem Force push e mandem o míssil de volta . Aparecem 10 stormtroopers ao mesmo tempo ? Usem Force pull e tirem-lhes as armas da mão .
Querem passar despercebidos ? Usem um Mind Trick e não se apercebem da vossa presença . As combinações são inúmeras e extremamente gratificantes de usar . De notar que Kyle também consegue usar poderes do lado escuro da força como Force Grip ou Force Lightning . Além disso os poderes da força também são usados para ultrapassar puzzles e obstáculos nas secções de plataformas .
No entanto , este é um jogo díficil . Irão morrer inúmeras vezes , embora possam gravar a qualquer momento o que não obriga a repetir um nível inteiro desde o ínicio .
Jedi Knight II é um excelente jogo de acção / aventura , e se forem fãs da saga Star Wars é absolutamente obrigatório .

Nota Final : 10/10
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Everyone needs to try this game. This game has everything and comes from a complete different angle than any other game before it. Yes the game is old, and yes it doesn't look as nice as some of the other games but try to look past that. The game play for this game is awesome and players really have to hone their skills if they want to stay on top. This game also has a very nice casual aspect of it which allows for tones of player to player communication and socialization. This game also has an interesting team aspect that allows for players to really work together in order to achieve victory. There are also tournaments hosted weekly by Pro@ which allow for people to show off their skills and also learn from other great players.
I highly recommend this game and I hope that if you are reading this you buy the game or at least ask question.
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Best game ever
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