Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
Summary: Critics adore Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order for its deep combat experience that plays like a somewhat more forgiving Dark Souls. Add to that interesting traversal mechanics and lots of secrets to find and Respawn has likely birthed a new beloved series.
Captures the Franchise's Spirit
Critics have consistently called this one of the best Star Wars games ever.
Borrowing from Dark Souls was the right idea.
A lack of proper fast travel points will leave some players lost and annoyed.
Top Critic Average
Technical issues marr an otherwise slick adventure. A must for Star Wars fans.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order makes up for a lot of lost time with a fantastic single-player action-adventure that marks the return of the playable Jedi.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order initially delivers well-paced combat and unique environments, but unravels into a tedious and repetitive slog.
An earnest attempt to create the ultimate Jedi simulator but the mishmash of game influences and an unengaging story leaves it only impacting on the surface.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order might take ideas liberally from others, but the result is an endearing adventure that ranks as EA's best Star Wars effort yet.
Jedi: Fallen Order tells a new Star Wars story and takes players to new places. It sits nicely alongside the Rebels and Resistance TV shows, which also dare to be different
Respawn Entertainment's foray into the Star Wars universe balances Force powers with tough difficulty to make the best Jedi game in years.
Jedi: Fallen Order is a flawed, sometimes messy game, but it’s a Star Wars experience I didn’t know I wanted. And after finishing it, I definitely want more.
Taken as a whole, Jedi: Fallen Order brings a very familiar concept to the world of Star Wars video games: balance.