Dark Forces is not part of the Jedi Knight series. There are no Jedi in it. Why would you think it was?
Dark Forces 2: Jedi Knight is the end of the Dark Forces series and the beginning of the Jedi Knight series. It's really not that confusing.
MrFancypantsI just meant that it looks as if the same team that was responsible for the Jedi Knight games is going to produce this one.
I wasn't aware Ravensoft was involved.
If you mean LucasArts, I don't have enough fingers to count the number of games with Jedi in them that LucasArts has produced. However the vast majority are not considered part of the Jedi Knight series just because they happen to have Jedi in them.
True,but a lot of them do seem to be linked into the storyline of the JK series.I am hoping however that this game will be somewhat similar to KOTOR.For one it seems like there will be somewhat of a team element in this game,as the concept art clearly shows.The pictures of Darth Vader fighting though make it look like somewhat of a battlefront game.Perhaps they could cross Battlefront with JK's mechanics?
Cloud rulez!True,but a lot of them do seem to be linked into the storyline of the JK series.
:rofl: Like which ones? I hardly think something like having Kyle Katarn in Empire at War links the storylines in any way. It's simply a continuity issue.
That's nice of you to laugh at me:lol: But this does look like a fine game.And yes,having him in the game links it in my mind:rolleyes:
Cloud rulez!That's nice of you to laugh at me:lol:
Make a silly statement, get a silly response. Unless Jerec, the Vengeance, and the Valley of the Jedi are all in EaW, then there's really very little storyline connection. So while it may connect them in your mind, it doesn't mean they're actually connected in any way other than the fact that the character exists in game canon.
7th December 2003
Inyri ForgeDark Forces is not part of the Jedi Knight series. There are no Jedi in it. Why would you think it was?
Because they have the same main-character :)
Jedi Knight series is a spin off of the Dark Forces series. It started at Dark Forces 2. Why? Because there was no INKLING of Kyle becoming a Jedi during Dark Forces. That's why it's not called Dark Force 1: Jedi Knight. Finito.
7th December 2003
A spin off usually has a different hero, so the Jedi Knight games are really part of a series which was initiated by Dark Forces and if Jedi Knight belongs to the same series as Dark Forces then Dark Forces must also belong to the same series as Jedi Knight. Basta :giggle:
Flawed logic. Dark Forces: Jedi Knight is Jedi Knight 1. Jedi Oucast is Jedi Knight 2. Jedi Academy is Jedi Knight 3. Are you suggesting that Dark Forces is Jedi Knight 0, or are you rather suggesting that they can't count?
I'd personally just suggest you're wrong.