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The one that started the lightsaber-y part of the series.  Still quite good, and much faster than modern FPSes, but it's better modded.
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The stepping stone between Jedi Academy and Dark Forces 2.  The single-player is better at feeling like a Star Wars plot, but its gameplay is more primitive than Academy's.  Still worth a look.
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Revision as of 02:31, 1 June 2010

Contents

Game List

Games without including Mods


(Most of us dislike it, but it's free. Shadow Magic is still the far superior game for this, though.)




(Free, HL2 Required)


(Free beat-em-up MMO styled after the D&D arcade games, don't pick it up if you hate grinding)




(Free, HL2 required)


(Co-op campaign or deathmatch-style play supported in 1.13)










(Free FPS with RTS-like base-building.)





(Free class-team-and-objective-based FPS with limited RPG-like progression)



Diablo 2 and Mods


Very similar to base D2, but expanded and rebalanced.


Very, VERY different to base D2.

Star Wars games:

The one that started the lightsaber-y part of the series. Still quite good, and much faster than modern FPSes, but it's better modded.

The stepping stone between Jedi Academy and Dark Forces 2. The single-player is better at feeling like a Star Wars plot, but its gameplay is more primitive than Academy's. Still worth a look.

Jedi Academy and Mods

Star Wars FPS with the best official saber system in existence. Only its mods are actually better at saber fights, and it's one of the few games where being a Jedi actually feels like being a Jedi.

TF2 meets Star Wars meets Counter-Strike, basically. It's actually really good if you're looking for something that can play a lot like you'd imagine Star Wars does, but snipers are spammed.


It's an overhaul of the base game, complete with an incredibly detailed overhaul of the base saber system, gunning, and force use. Has a co-op campaign that's worse than the base, but, well - co-op.

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