Regardless of its problems, however, I can only reach the conclusion that Jedi Outcast is a worthy game. It has aspects of poor and frustrating design, but the core game play mechanic is rock solid, and the game is atmospheric and fun enough, particularly for Star Wars fans, to compensate for these faults. There are many who disliked this game, and that is their right - I am not here to gainsay them. I do feel, however, that many judged the game on the wrong merits. They pointed out poor level design, generic puzzles and a very slow beginning, and used these as evidence to say that JK: Outcast is a poor game overall. While Outcast does contain these flaws, it is a good game regardless. Indeed, Outcast is a great game in the same way Star Wars is a great film - the component parts often seem lousy, but when considered as a whole it shines.