Which science fiction fan hasn’t been in love with the Star universe at one time or another? In this article, I will do a quick review of the SW Jedi: Fallen Order game. Besides if you don’t like reading.
In my opinion, this is the highlight of the game. The story takes place before Rogue One. Which is the best Star Wars movie there has been lately in my opinion. If we compare with films 7, 8 and 9. Which is completely crappy (sorry if you liked, but hey I won’t talk about it too long, because it already pisses me off).
In the game, you are the young Padawan Cal Kestis played by Cameron Monaghan. Besides, the actor we saw in the Shameless and Gotham series does an excellent job. I preferred the history of the game than that of the last films with Ray which is overpowerful.
The game is really beautiful on PC and on console it tears a little. I have seen a few bugs, but nothing major. In general, on PC, the game remains fluid for 3/4 of the time.
The game represents well the metroid-vania style, a bit like Dark Souls. But it is extremely easier than Dark Souls. I suggest you put the difficulty of the game to the most difficult when leaving. The game experience will be better and longer. The game takes around 8-10 hours depending on how you explore the maps.
A progression system with skills is present, just like Dark Souls and there are save points everywhere to improve your attributes.
In short, the game is really good. Aside from a few bugs here and there, the game keeps going from A to Z. The story is very interesting and the game makes sure that nothing seems repetitive.
If you like this kind of review, let me know in the comments. I do this as quickly as possible without going into unnecessary detail. The game’s full live gaming is available on the Science Bros. YouTube channel. Don’t forget to subscribe and share! See you next time!
I give it the Rating of 8/10.
Latest posts by Professor Dang (see all)
- Star Wars Jedi : Fallen Order Critique - January 6, 2020
- Robots Militaires Impressionnants - August 19, 2019
- Harry Potter Wizard United, un Pokemon GO encore plus cheap? - August 8, 2019