30 reviews between May 04, 2023 and May 14, 2023.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order II has received mixed reviews, with criticisms including bugs, glitches, and difficult boss battles. Some players have also reported not receiving their pre-order bonuses. However, many fans have praised the game's graphics, gameplay, and storytelling, with some calling it a worthy follow-up to the original game. The game features platforming and puzzling elements, with some players likening it to the Uncharted series.Star Wars Jedi: Survivor - PlayStation 5 : Electronic Arts: Everything Else
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30 reviews between May 04, 2023 and May 14, 2023.
What a joy it has been exploring the worlds, and puzzles within this game. Game design, storylines, side quests, puzzles, boons, and end user customization has been everything we’ve been waiting for! If you’re on the fence BUY IT NOW! Open world is expansive and without giving too much away, I can only suggest you buy it and get lost in this incredible game. FIVE STARS!!! Thank me later!
Uninteresting story, slow to advance levels and game is mostly jumping and climbing puzzles with short battles and No strategy. Looks good though.
Game overall was entertaining. Graphics weren’t the best, but game improved on the previous Fallen Order game with more content and larger maps. Could have used another 2-4 planets worth of gameplay instead of just the four of which two planets were very small. Lots of chest with cosmetic items. Would have been cool for the items to have stat improvements.
Several times the game crashed, at least 12 times in 30 or so hours of gameplay. Causing me to play about four hours worth twice. Make sure you hit the meditation points (save sights) every chance you get. Had several times were I got trapped between the scenes and had to restart. Loss of some functions during gameplay, too. Overall, poor quality control and a rushed game that could have been 10/10 with more development.
I'm seeing other reviews with the same issue. No sign of a preorder bonus code anywhere in my email, nor in the box itself. Amazon's help system just directs to the EA website to get help, which is not useful at all.
Aside from that, I loved the game. It felt like a great expansion on the first, with the gameplay tweaked nicely and animation improved. In particular, they really fixed the issues I had with Cal's teeth/mouth and eye animation from the first game as well as Cere's. Can't wait to do a new game plus playthrough, hopefully with the preorder bonus if I can get that matter settled.
I don't normally leave reviews on here. I can't begin to tell you how disappointed I am with this game! Don't get me wrong...I absolutely loved the first game. This game is basically a platforming parkour simulator. Every single level, you are jumping to grates, wall-running, mid-air dashing, and dying over and over. It totally takes you out of the Star Wars theme. The lightsaber fighting in this game is phenomenal, but you are lucky to have a few battles between the constant platforming. Do yourself a favor and play Uncharted, which does all this better.
Seeing how the first title (Fallen Order) was more of a Demon Souls type game; this one has lenient difficulty settings. If you do want a Souls type experience you can choose the higher difficulty setting.
Way more platforming and parkour this time around. Feels like playing Uncharted 4 at times
Semi-open world, but core game is linear. Think God of War Ragnorok as oppose to GTA
There are side content like collecting items for upgrades, Rumors (side missions) and bounties
Set after the last game. Doing some missions against the empire, to make sure they don’t know the whereabouts of the remaining Jedi. Come across a Jedi in cryo sleep for 100 years in bacta tank. Turns out he’s turned to the darkside and you must stop him. Story is more a personal, self-discovery one compared to the last game
There are 5 battle stances to choose from: regular single bladed lightsaber, Duel wield, Double Bladed, blaster + lightsaber, and cross guard (high attack, slow moving).
Each has their own strengths and weaknesses. Can swap between two at a time, and switch them up if you want at a save points. Game doesn’t have autosave system, so must commit at least 15-20min of gameplay to reach next checkpoint
Battle system is okay. Light, weak attacks (based on stance), force powers (on cooldown), parry move (Press R1 exact time enemy melee attack you), deflect blasters, dodge roll, block, and slow down time (ultimate move that builds meter when defeating enemies). Can be overwhelming at first with tons of options, but get used to it a few hours in.
Personally don’t like how you can’t cancel attacks (especially in cross-guard stance) as you must wait for animation to finish before you can parry, deflect, etc. Not as fluid as God of War Ragnorok battle system for example.
Various upgrade trees to cater to your own playstyle. Can re-spec once for free, other times must use 1 point (a point earned by each level gained) to re-spec
There are perks to collect for passive buffs
As mentioned before, way more parkour in this game, along with tons more platforming puzzles. Some areas are unreachable until you get an upgrade making it have a metriod-vania type feel. There is a learning curve to figure out what is climbable and judge distance of jumps. Puzzles are not that intuitive, at times it took me a while to figure out where to go as environmental queues are not that good. Most frustrating thing about the game in my opinion.
Load times are fast on PS5. Gameover screen/respawn is instant. Fast travel takes around 5 seconds to load you into area
Overall had a fun time revisiting the universe. There is a learning curve if you want to master everything. Tons of environmental, platform puzzles compared to the first game.
The game is super glitchy it shutdown several times. As far as the game play and the story line. Your suppose to be fighting the empire, but then give up on that and start looking for a hidden world okay not what I wanted, but let’s go. The game play is horrible it’s more like parkour game that a star wars game. You spend 90% of the time jumping and climbing. The fighting on this game is super glitchy blocking works 50% of the time, dodging works around 70% of the time. Most of the lightsaber attacks or decent enough, but need a lot of work they are always lagging behind your button pushing.
The game is simply a glitch filled mess, frame-rate and screen-tearing aside there are actual technical issues and broken force mechanics that make levels unplayable, so if you cannot complete the task the level/puzzle requires then you cannot advance, thus making it unplayable resulting in me simply turned it off. SAD and Angry, have higher standards EA these games are expensive.
As many have stated, this game is a broken, buggy mess. Expecting consumers to fork over $70+ for a game that is released in such an unfinished state is ludicrous. When a publisher announces a massive day one patch prior to the release of a game, you know something is wrong. Consumers SHOULD NOT tolerate this "release now, fix it later" mentally that has taken over the industry. Avoid this one!
It’s a great follow-up to Jedi Fallen Order. You know the characters but they’ve grown. Continue their journey and expand turf Star Wars . The game runs great in PS5 and will get updates to make it run even smoother. Get in Cal Kestis’s boots and fulfill his destiny.
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