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Includes:
  • Star Wars: Dark Forces
  • Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces 2
  • Star Wars Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith
  • Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
  • Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy

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Jedi Knight Collection includes:
Star Wars: Dark Forces
Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces 2
Star Wars Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith
Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy

The individual games are also on sale, but buying them in the package saves you 25%.

https://store.steampowered.com/bu...ollection/ NLA, see FP for more options.

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As a heads up to anyone getting these, graphic mods are available that improve the textures and make the games look a bunch better. There are also ways to support your widescreen monitors and other improvements.

Here are some sample screenshots I took a couple years ago on my last play through on Jedi Knight: Dark Forces 2. The game looks better in motion, but it is obviously not going to look like a 2020 video game.

https://imgur.com/a/BUJsHC8

PC Gaming Wiki can be helpful for optimizing these games and finding the best fixes to run best on modern hardware.
https://www.pcgamingwiki.com/wiki..._Forces_II
Jedi Knight was a life-changing game for me. I'd only gotten my first computer about a year before and the only games I'd played were Duke Nukem 3D and Tomb Raider II. Then one cold and rainy winter night I found a used copy at an indie record store. Took it home and had my mind blown by the Star Wars experience with the John Williams score and sound effects from the movies. It was the first game I'd encountered with mouse+keyboard controls and I would be surprised that years later games would use arrow keys for aiming.

Wanting a better experience, I got a 3D accelerator card form my meager computer. Then I bought a better computer and a better accelerator to play better games. (Quake II with a 3dfx Voodoo 1 with the colored light = *chef's kiss*) Then I upgraded the computer, voiding the warranty, but learning so much about the technical side of things.

Within 18 months I had picked up enough knowledge to snag a job in corporate IT work and have been doing it ever since, elevating myself from a delivery driver to the middle-class. Ironically, I never finished the game and have zero desire to revisit those low-poly days. (I tried to replay Half-Life - my fave game of all time - in the mid-Aughts and the 16-bit low-poly graphics just made my eyes too sad.) But I literally owe my life to picking up that used copy because I loved Star Wars.
Oh Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces 2

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Oh Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces 2
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As a heads up to anyone getting these, graphic mods are available that improve the textures and make the games look a bunch better. There are also ways to support your widescreen monitors and other improvements.

Here are some sample screenshots I took a couple years ago on my last play through on Jedi Knight: Dark Forces 2. The game looks better in motion, but it is obviously not going to look like a 2020 video game.

https://imgur.com/a/BUJsHC8

PC Gaming Wiki can be helpful for optimizing these games and finding the best fixes to run best on modern hardware.
https://www.pcgamingwiki.com/wiki..._Forces_II
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Thanks for the heads up. The Star Wars Pinball FX3 tables are on sale, too, so I picked up the 16 I didn't have for less than $20!
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Oh man! Used to play Dark Forces on our Apple Performa 475 as a kid. Might have to snag it.
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Nice.. I already have JEdi Academy thru Steam, so it doesn't include that in the bundle for me, so it's $6 for what I don't have.
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Jedi Knight was a life-changing game for me. I'd only gotten my first computer about a year before and the only games I'd played were Duke Nukem 3D and Tomb Raider II. Then one cold and rainy winter night I found a used copy at an indie record store. Took it home and had my mind blown by the Star Wars experience with the John Williams score and sound effects from the movies. It was the first game I'd encountered with mouse+keyboard controls and I would be surprised that years later games would use arrow keys for aiming.

Wanting a better experience, I got a 3D accelerator card form my meager computer. Then I bought a better computer and a better accelerator to play better games. (Quake II with a 3dfx Voodoo 1 with the colored light = *chef's kiss*) Then I upgraded the computer, voiding the warranty, but learning so much about the technical side of things.

Within 18 months I had picked up enough knowledge to snag a job in corporate IT work and have been doing it ever since, elevating myself from a delivery driver to the middle-class. Ironically, I never finished the game and have zero desire to revisit those low-poly days. (I tried to replay Half-Life - my fave game of all time - in the mid-Aughts and the 16-bit low-poly graphics just made my eyes too sad.) But I literally owe my life to picking up that used copy because I loved Star Wars.
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Jedi Knight was a life-changing game for me. I'd only gotten my first computer about a year before and the only games I'd played were Duke Nukem 3D and Tomb Raider II. Then one cold and rainy winter night I found a used copy at an indie record store. Took it home and had my mind blown by the Star Wars experience with the John Williams score and sound effects from the movies. It was the first game I'd encountered with mouse+keyboard controls and I would be surprised that years later games would use arrow keys for aiming.

Wanting a better experience, I got a 3D accelerator card form my meager computer. Then I bought a better computer and a better accelerator to play better games. (Quake II with a 3dfx Voodoo 1 with the colored light = *chef's kiss*) Then I upgraded the computer, voiding the warranty, but learning so much about the technical side of things.

Within 18 months I had picked up enough knowledge to snag a job in corporate IT work and have been doing it ever since, elevating myself from a delivery driver to the middle-class. Ironically, I never finished the game and have zero desire to revisit those low-poly days. (I tried to replay Half-Life - my fave game of all time - in the mid-Aughts and the 16-bit low-poly graphics just made my eyes too sad.) But I literally owe my life to picking up that used copy because I loved Star Wars.
If you liked Half-Life, take a look at Black Mesa (feel free to wait for a sale though): https://store.steampowered.com/ap...lack_Mesa/
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If you liked Half-Life, take a look at Black Mesa (feel free to wait for a sale though): https://store.steampowered.com/ap...lack_Mesa/
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I've had it on my wish list forever, but with my massive backlog of stuff I've just never gotten around to picking it up because I've already played it, albeit back in the 20th Century.

It's like the upcoming Mass Effect Legacy Edition. While it'd be cool to play all the DLC I didn't before and endorse every shop on the Citadel again, where do I find the 150 hours it'd take?
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I think I own all of these - but seeing the modded graphics makes me think I need to replay them.
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Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast was so fun back in the day playing multiplayer.
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Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast was so fun back in the day playing multiplayer.
Oh, you are using a rocket launcher? Let me just force push that rocket back into your face.
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Ahhh Dark Forces, very fond memories of that game. That Crix Madine level with the elevators made me rip my hair out when I was a kid. I should play it again to see if it was really as difficult as I recall 😂
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Was $3.55 recently, but this isn't a bad price.
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