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Steve Farrelly
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You might have seen the (supplied) E3 gameplay demo for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, but we actually played it. And in the spirit of blue holographic angels, we thought we'd share our droid-locked inside information on what the game actually feels like.

Because it's plenty good. Here's a snippet:
It’s also just incredibly gorgeous. Again, watch the embedded video, and in 4K if you can, but I stand by YouTube or any form of online video being less representative of a product in the flesh, so to speak, and want to let you know this just oozed Star Wars. And in the best way possible. Audio and art-direction were in the modern representation spectrum (read: original trilogy). Moreover, each moving and sounding part just comes together to deliver on the promise of a game set A long Time Ago, in a Galaxy Far, Far Away.

And where I’d be comfortable finishing this up is a little while ago, in a console (gaming) generation not so far gone, is that right now, Fallen Order feels like a proper spiritual successor to the first The Force Unleashed. And this takes nothing away from Respawn’s creation here; Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is forging its own path, but not since the The Force Unleashed have we had a third-person action-adventure Star Wars game that so absolutely pulled us into this evergreen universe.
Click here for our in-depth look at Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.

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