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Less than a month before the release of Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy and LucasArts has updated the official site for the upcoming game. A beautiful new design and soft, but dramatic music sets the mood and welcomes you, a future jedi. You are invited to sift through a plethora of screenshots, or take a look at the customization
process. Maybe you'd like to take a look at the force powers that will be included in JK3? You can also browse through the many races that will be available for you to choose from in the game. We're all curious to know what new moves will be included in this up-and-coming game from Raven. Well, get a head's start by checking out acrobatic and saber combat moves on the new site. Not only that, you can take a look at weapons and read about what game types you can expect in Multiplayer.
Also, you'll find a new trailer with quite a bit more footage from the game. Lots of saber combat here and there, and a little peek, albeit rapid, through a few maps.
If you wander around a bit more on the site, you'll also find an extensive FAQ, system requirements, some new wallpapers and even some animated icons. There's also promise of a demo coming in just a few weeks. LucasArts has packed their site full of new info and graphics galore, so be sure to set aside quite a bit of time to fully explore the new official Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy website!
LucasArts Updates Official JK3 Site (from lucasarts.com): http://www.lucasarts.com/products/jediacademy/
Looking for more JK3 interviews? Here's another one for those who need to read everything there is on JK3. This time, with Activision producer Graham Fuchs (do not try pronouncing that out loud, please). Not many of the questions or the answers are new, though Fuchs does go into a little detail about why there's so much focus on the lightsaber this time around. There are a few new screenshots available as well and you may need to sign up an account to read the article and view the pics. But it's free and stuff, so no worries there.
Jedi Academy: Exclusive Interview (from computerandvideogames.com): http://www.computerandvideogames.com/r/?page=http://www.computerandvideogames.com/news/news_story.php?id=95391
You can always keep informed of any new JK3 updates by clicking on "JK3 News" on the left menu.
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