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stellcat

The one man mod force!

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#1 13 years ago

I must know!!!!!! I love jk3 jedi academy:) I also love jk2 jedi outcast:) So tell me....Anyone....Is there anyway I can play singleplayer jk2 levels on jk3!!!! It must be done or my brain will overload causing massive PAIN!!!!!!!!!! So if anyone finds out how let me know. Or if you already know how that will work too.:)




Pb2Au

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#2 13 years ago

You might be able to load the entire map into GTKRadiant, copy and paste it into a JK3 map file and compile it, but then you would have to make all the textures, redo all the scripting, etc. Sorry about it, but the answer is (99.9999% chance) no.




Amidala

Don't whine, respawn!

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#3 13 years ago

Yes, it's possible and easy if you have both games installed.

Read this

http://www.lucasforums.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=113158

Don't forget to thank me later. Or, just stop following me around and posting the same thing ("to each his own") after my posts, that would be thanks enough.




MaceCrusherMadunusus

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#4 13 years ago

Yes I've already made a mod that does just that. But it can do somethings to some of the JK3 textures like make it unvisible. I could put it on jk3files.com but my e-mail wont send anything I make and I can't get a new one. I could help ya if ya need it.




stellcat

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#5 13 years ago

LOL thanks guys! And Ill stop stalking you now. LOL no hard feelings Amadala.




lassev

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#6 13 years ago

Hmm... I only tried my own custom JO SP campaign in JA (with somewhat troublesome results), not the official Raven SP campaign. Might be kind of interesting, even if some incompatibility problems are assured. Might be worth it to install JO again just to test this... To each his own, I guess... :lol: