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Review: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is one of the most anticipated games of all time. The game is inspired by the classic film franchise created by George Lucas. Available for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, the game is published by Electronic Arts (famous EA Games) and developed by Respawn Entertainment (same company responsible for Apex Legends and Titanfall, for example). I can already say that it is possible to state that this is the best Star Wars game in yearsbecause it has an engaging story, interesting action gameplay and a lot of fanservice for fans of the space saga. But does the game really appeal to the main aspects? Check out my review along with my gameplays broadcast live on YouTube!

Right after Disney buy the Lucasfilm and to establish an exclusive contract with EA (Electronic Arts) for the launch of games inspired by the Star Wars films, the fans were somewhat bothered by the lack of good releases and the questionable quality of the games available, especially for the carelessness of EA - widely known to many gamers. Counting only on the series Star Wars Battlefront, EA needed a great game to revive interest in the brand in games.


As a result, EA finally succeeded with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, a lot thanks to the developer Respawn Entertainment. Without a doubt, the studio gained a lot of prominence after the launch of the acclaimed Titanfall 2, and entered the spotlight once and for all thanks to Apex Legends, one of the best and most popular games of 2019. In Fallen Order, the developer used everything she learned to create a campaign experience full of details, rewarding, exciting and without the annoying addictions of competitors, like last-minute multiplayer or the famous and feared microtransactions on all sides.

In a summary (without spoilers), the new adventure of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order puts players in the shoes of Jedi Cal Kestis in one of the worst possible times to carry a lightsaber in a galaxy far, far away: among the episodes III and IV of the series, that is, shortly after Order 66 of Emperor Palpatine sentenced all Jedi in the galaxy to death. Beside your faithful droid friend BD-1, Cal must escape the Inquisitors, a death squad specializing in detecting Force users.

The Jedi Cal Kestis joins a group of survivors somewhat receptive and receives help from the master Jedi Cere Junda and the incredible pilot Greez. Together, they try to relive what remains of the Jedi order in a plot filled with fun twists, homage to classic films and several surprises that deserve to be discovered during continuous gameplay. The graphics are incredible and the way everything runs is just perfect.

Review Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Worth It
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Another cool aspect of the game is that reviewing old areas with new powers that were previously discovered will reward you with several bonuses, essential to face the challenges of more advanced levels and other items that I will not mention due to the spoilers. In addition, it is relatively common to find inaccessible rooms until you get a new talent, but navigating between different levels never gets boring or gets in the way of the journey - at least in my experience with the game.

In practice, this occurs for the most part because the fight against Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order it is very fun and well executed, perhaps the best use that has ever been made of a lightsaber in video games so far (Amen!). The fights are very technical and advancing too fast results in certain deaths, so it is worthwhile to use “enemy timing” at times and think carefully about the best approach for each situation. Fighting is never tiring because the game knows how to alternate great moments of platform and puzzle between each fight.

My Opinion
  • Graphics
  • Interface
  • Fun
  • Gameplay
  • Functionalities
4.6

Conclusion

Based on hours I spent playing Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, I can say with total conviction that it is an excellent title for fans of the film series as well as for players looking for a good action game in the mode Single Player. The campaign is quite extensive enough to guarantee several hours of fun, and the exploration is just incredible with good items and references for franchise enthusiasts. During my gameplays, I was able to notice small technical problems that did not hinder the pace of the game - they only made me laugh a little live, which is another nice thing from developer Respawn Entertainment.

My Opinion
  • Graphics
  • Interface
  • Fun
  • Gameplay
  • Functionalities
4.6

Conclusion

Based on hours I spent playing Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, I can say with total conviction that it is an excellent title for fans of the film series as well as for players looking for a good action game in the mode Single Player. The campaign is quite extensive enough to guarantee several hours of fun, and the exploration is just incredible with good items and references for franchise enthusiasts. During my gameplays, I was able to notice small technical problems that did not hinder the pace of the game - they only made me laugh a little live, which is another nice thing from developer Respawn Entertainment.

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My name is Juan de Souza, I'm 22 years old, I'm a businessman, investor, blogger, streamer and podcaster. I started my first business at the age of 10, using a dial-up connection in Brazil. I founded businesses such as TFX, Juan de Souza Media, Coliseu Geek, EcoVision, among others.

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