Noah Reviews: Jedi Fallen Order

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Noah Swopes

*Spoiler Alert* Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order 

It has plenty of gameplay and boss fights that you are sure to never get bored of. I have plenty of friends who have played this over and over and never get tired of it, there are plenty of side missions and extras to find and abilities to unlock.”

— Noah Swopes

Since my childhood, I have always played on Xbox, and I currently play on an Xbox One. My first ever video game was actually Star Wars: Force Unleashed, which follows a padawan who was trained by Darth Vader and became the Infamous Star Destroyer in the Star Wars franchise. The game I will be reviewing today follows one of the Last Jedi in the Jedi Order, Cal Cestus. Cal was trained by Jaro Topal, a famous Jedi Knight, in the early years of the Jedi Republic. The Jedi Order fell during the Clone Wars, a war started by Emperor Palpatine, better known as Darth Sidious. Palpatine started the Clone Wars by executing Order 66, which is an order to destroy all Jedi remaining in the Order. Once the Jedi Order fell, Cal went into hiding as a scrapper on an Empire ship. When he was found out by the First Order, he was saved by the Mantis, a ship piloted by Latero Greez Dritus and Former Jedi Cere Junda.

He explores nearby planets in an effort to save the Jedi Order by searching for tombs with certain artifacts to complete the tomb of Miktrull, a late Jedi. In my personal opinion, this game is very addicting and it always keeps you on your toes, looking for more and more opportunities and information. It has plenty of gameplay and boss fights that you are sure to never get bored of. I have plenty of friends who have played this over and over and never get tired of it, there are plenty of side missions and extras to find and abilities to unlock. This game was well made and well developed, and I would definitely recommend it.