Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Review

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Review

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor reviewed by Dan Stapleton on PlayStation 5. Also available on Xbox Series X|S and PC.

“Star Wars Jedi: Survivor takes what Fallen Order did and wall-runs with it, then double-jumps and air-dashes straight into an epic lightsaber battle. Rather than taking us back to square one to begin Cal’s journey as a Padawan again, we’re trusted with control of a full-fledged Jedi Knight who we can grow into a master of superhuman mobility and fantastic and challenging combat. With a new set of larger, more diverse, and densely packed worlds to explore and a memorable cast of returning characters, Survivor tells a story that may be predictable at times but is still fun and emotional to watch play out. Launch performance issues aside, it’s a sequel that does virtually everything better than the original – which was already an exceptional Star Wars game. If Respawn makes one more like this it’ll be the best Star Wars trilogy in 30 years, hands down.”

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47 Responses

  1. Alltimefox says:

    Wow… a sequel better than the original! Looks how fluid and smooth the combat and parkour is!!

  2. Justin Daniels says:

    That duel blade combat is insane. The stances remind me of Ghost of Tsushima which was also an incredible game

  3. Th3Hyd3 says:

    Looks like they managed to really up their game from Fallen Order.

  4. GRIM says:

    The force is strong with this sequel.

  5. DoctorWhoFanatic says:

    This looks so fast and fluid, a huge improvement, shame they didn’t show much of this stuff in the trailers as they clearly didn’t do the game justice

  6. Carbodude says:

    Love how the blaster stance has Cal swinging his lightsaber like Count Dooku

  7. Zanar Aesthetics says:

    Playing the game currently
    It’s freaking awesome!

  8. Anas Shahid 224 says:

    Star Wars Jedi Survivor looks amazing, loved Fallen Order, so excited to play Survivor 👏👏👏

  9. Ryan Mcbride says:

    These games are all the proof EA need to finally realise single player games are still and always will be needed!!

  10. hieu nguyen says:

    the sense of maturity is strong with this game
    its nice to see Cal getting more mature after 4 years, you feel like you are growing up along side him

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