Eliminate Game Lag With WTFast!

Breaking News

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Review / Impressions (Really Don't Like Heights!)

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Review / Impressions (Really Don't Like Heights!)
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Review / Impressions (Really Don't Like Heights!)
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the latest Star Wars game from EA and it's a single player adventure game where you take on the role of Cal Kestis , a Padawan who survived the purge and turned Jedi Knight, as he fights the newly established Empire, search for the Holocron to revive the Jedi Council and save the galaxy.

Well, that is basically, my own version of what the game is, based on what I learned about the game and my experience playing it for a few hours. Yes, I only played Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order for a few hours, not because it's a bad game but, because of, mostly, how the game is played and how the environment was tailored around it.

You see, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order does not have an open world like Skyrim or GTA 5 where you can go anywhere and openly explore the world or, in this case, the galaxy to your liking. In this game, the paths Cal Kestis will take are well laid out in advance. Sure, there are detours and shortcuts here and there but they all lead towards the same destination.

This style of caged or controlled environment perfectly matched Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order's highly storied and heavily scripted gameplay. Cinematics were flawlessly integrated in various points of the game, making the game feel more immersive which, I guess, is not a bad thing.

Now, this highly tailored environment where Cal Kestis exists which worked well with the story and how it moved the story forward was the reason why I was only able to play Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order for a few hours. Why you asked?

Well, simply because, the environment Cal Kestis exists in, is an environment of extremely high places with tons of platform jumping, free falling, rope swinging, slope sliding, wall crawling, wall climbing and gut clenching tightrope-like balancing.

Unfortunately for the game, I didn't feel very comfortable doing all those high platforming actions. Yes, they did make the game more exciting and, in a way, fun to play but it also made me want to puke a few times while playing.

If only Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order didn't focus on extremely high places for its action set pieces then I might have added a few more hours into playing the game. Again, I'm not saying the game is bad. I'm just describing what I felt or experienced while I was playing it.

Honestly, I've already liked Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order even before playing it and that happened after watching the extended cut of the official gameplay demo of the game released many months ago in YouTube.

The gameplay demo showed a lot of climbing, jumping and balancing through high places and it looked and felt like a real adventure in the Star Wars universe. I just didn't realize or know, at that time, the game would literally be filled with all those platforming things.

Anyway, even though, I didn't play the game very long. It doesn't change the fact that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a very good game. It has a great story, it has relate-able characters, it has very good graphics and the gameplay will keep you on your toes every step of the way because if not then you'll fall to your death every time, literally.

Am I going to continue playing Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order? Of course, the answer is yes but I'm going to take my time with it and if you want to follow where I am in the game then you are more than welcome to watch my gameplay videos of the game in my YouTube channel.

Besides, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a single player game which means I can play it anytime I want just like with my current favorite single player role-playing game, Skyrim which I might never finish because I keep starting over with new characters, with different powers and doing different things. (Skyrim is so good that I don't play it often because whenever I play Skyrim I always lose track of time.)

So, if you are looking for a Star Wars game that will make you feel like a real Jedi Knight with really cool force powers and a gameplay comparable to modern single player action adventure games of today but with a light saber instead of a gun then look no further and just play Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. You will not regret it, unless of course you have issues with high places in games like me.

By the way, if you are having issues playing the game because of lag or bad performance then watch my video about setting Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order to its true lowest graphics setting.

So guys, have any of you played Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order? If you have then what are your thoughts about it? Is it a great game or is it a bad game? Post your answers as well as your comments, questions or reactions in the comments section below.

FTC Disclosure: This post or video contains affiliate links, which means I may receive a commission for purchases made through my links.

No comments

Note: Anonymous commenting is enabled but please keep it civil. All comments are moderated so don't worry if it doesn't immediately appear.It'll appear as soon as it's get approved. (Due to the amount of SPAM the blog has received, I have decided to activate Word Verification in comments.)

Videos and Livestreams

For more videos and livestreams, please follow me in Rumble. Link »