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Star Wars: Jedi Knight - Mysteries of the Sith (Windows)

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Written by  :  Jackson Hazard (5)
Written on  :  May 18, 2001

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Summary

Jedi Knight specialized for multi-player

The Good

Take the average JK review, and stick it in here. The levels are pretty much the same in ingenuity, playability, and engagement. The new weapons are nifty, but nothing really world-changing. That's probably why it's just an add-on and not a sequel. But what really stands out is the multiplayer capability of MotS. I played it extensively on the MSN Gaming Zone. There are so many different aspects and areas of the game which make multiplayer games continually engaging. Like using the force? Try playing a Full Force game, or just a simple Jedi Personality game. But first you have to choose what powers you want. Like big guns? Play Soldiers. Sniping? Then you have Scouts. It makes many great "arenas" of skill which players can aspire to. Sadly, the MotS heyday on the Zone has passed, and the sun is setting.

The Bad

It's Jedi Knight. The "Greatest Game of All Time". What's not to like?

The Bottom Line

More JK excellence.