In other words, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is a game that’s an absolute joy to play. Exploring these worlds, slicing through enemies, customizing how Cal looks, uncovering the game’s lore: it’s all done perfectly here, in a way that should appeal to anyone, regardless of their familiarity with Star Wars itself (though being a fan probably helps). There are minor flaws, to be sure, but they’re so minor, they feel like nitpicking. In a year that’s already featured some outstanding games, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor still manages to stand out.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is a game that, despite a few launch bugs and inconsistent jumps, genuinely delivers an engaging experience for fans. The level design and personalization options for both combat and character appearances are definite highlights. It’s an adventure that lets you explore new corners of the Star Wars universe while building on the foundations laid by Fallen Order and tells another excellent tale of a galaxy far, far away.
Despite some bugs and a little jankyness in terms of movement it's the most fun I've had with Star Wars ever. The story is awesome, the characters are well developed and likeable, the graphics and world building with all the little secrets is absolutely stunning. I f**king love it!
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor does what any successful sequel should do: it expands on the foundations of the first game and does everything better. Combat is just as enjoyable and offers more options, exploration is on a whole other level, and the Metroidvania elements make for engaging puzzles and satisfying rewards. Easily one of the best Star Wars games ever made, it hands 2023 yet another crowning highlight.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is a textbook example of what a sequel should be. Bigger, better and flashier than its predecessor. The action will titillate any gaming Star Wars-fan and so will the excellent (Star Wars) story. Yet the enthralling Jedi fantasy this game offers is sometimes bogged down by lackluster performance.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order built a solid foundation on which to build a sequel, and Respawn Entertainment has happily obliged. Star Wars Jedi: Survivor takes what worked in that first game and expands it significantly. It’s bigger, grander and more ambitious, with a few trade-offs.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor does so much right in continuing Cal Kestis' story, delivering the best lightsaber combat in a game to date along with some huge environments to explore. Sadly it's also launching with a bevy of technical issues and frame-rate problems that will provide the worst experience for early adopters. Players deserve better.
Jedi Survivor is an amazing continuation to the decent Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order. It’s a lot better in ways and in other ways it takes some steps back. Let’s get into it. Let me get the bad out of the way first. You know those parkour sections? Well maybe some of you liked them. I didn’t, and they double down on those way too much for my taste. You ever wonder how normal people traverse the area? I asked myself, “so everyone on this side of the Star Wars Galaxy are parkour masters?” Unless you have a jet pack or a ship to fly past all that I don’t see why anyone in their right mind would want to climb up stuff by hand unless this was God Of War ancient times or something. Lol! If that wasn’t enough they added ancient High Republic era Jedi tests similar to Zelda Breath of the Wild’s shrines except it’s not always as clear what to do, and apparently not as fun. I know, I know. It probably isn’t fair to compare this EA title to anything Nintendo can pull off but I had to mention it. If you can push past all of that you will definitely have a blast with the combos and lightsaber combat. There are more styles/stances, and force ability’s and quality of life improvements. There are also things akin to Relics from Sea of Stars where you can get more XP and stuff. To make your time more worth it I recommend you actually get that as soon as you possible can. The story is surprisingly good with some very big twists and turns here and there. You can tell that there may not be another one though as the story is pretty well closed out with certain characters. The. Again I could be wrong on that. We will see if EA sticks it out and makes a 3rd and final game to close it out in good Star Wars Lucas Film fashion. I give The game an 7/10 and say buy it but wait for a sale if you can. Of course if your like me and love Star Wars, you’ll get it anyway. Peace and happy happy gaming everyone.
Better installment than Fallen Order in every **** the time I got to play it, it was patched up, and I experienced much fewer bugs than those who played on day 1. Open world suits the game, but I preferred the more linear metroidvania style. That's me. And I'm not a fan of soulslike games or combats. That's me again.
I have many bad things to say, the majority have already seen them, the story is good but my God, 70 dollars a broken game.
edit : It becomes very difficult to enjoy but at the same time the story is great... but everything is very poorly done, the indicators, the game crashes and forces you to go back to where you saved in a crap place etc.
I was going to give it a 5. But this game is sadly almost unplayable with this **** map and still buggy.
SummaryStar Wars Jedi: Survivor picks up five years after the events of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Cal must stay one step ahead of the Empire's constant pursuit as he continues to feel the weight of being one of the last remaining Jedi in the galaxy. Developed by the veteran team at Respawn Entertainment, Jedi: Survivor will expand upon icon...