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The main menu
It wouldn't be Star Wars without a scrolling opening exposition
Jan and Kyle return to fight for the Republic
The dark Jedi Tavion and Desann are plotting with the Imperial Remnant to... well, that would ruin it
Kyle begins the game without force powers and standard FPS gameplay
Your data pad provides important information including mission details...
...and information on your weapons and inventory items
The game environments are full of familiar Star Wars trappings. Stormtroopers, scout walkers, and ion cannons! Oh my!
Soon, Kyle must return to the Valley of the Jedi...
... and reclaim his force powers (despite his dead father's concerns)
The third person view provides smoothly flowing lightsaber control
Saber duels are quick and fluid and very deadly
Kyle also regains his force powers which gradually increase in strength as you progress through the game
Deflecting blaster shots is entirely passive. Just stand there and let the imperials kill themselves with their own weapons
Unklike Jedi Knight, force powers are not divided into light and dark so feel free to help the Remnant forces "get a grip".
Another staple of Star Wars games, a wretched hive of scum and villiany
Every want to pilot an AT-ST? Hey, if they're gonna leave the keys in it, I'm going joyriding.
Skywalker may no longer crave adventure and excitement, but you're not Skywalker
There are seven different multiplayer modes available
All of the single player game models are available for use in multiplayer
Just spawned in a multiplayer game. Time to grab blue's flag!
Our flag's been stolen, so now we have to find it and kill the one who took it.
During multiplayer, you can put points into different stats, making your character stronger.
This door requires a large blaster, uh, blast to get through.
You can use Jan to unlock some doors.
Light amplification goggles makes it easy to see in low-light conditions.
That was close! Almost fell off the edge.
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