LucastArts: The Community Wants Jedi Knight 4
On March 26, 2002 LucasArts and Raven Software released Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast which brought movie-quality light saber combat to the gaming community. The light saber combat has so much depth to it that eight years later people are still excited to learn and play. No other game has come closer than JK2:JO and JK3:JA to turning a player into a Jedi Knight.
The Jedi Knight series stands out as premier Star Wars games with the likes of incredible titles like Star Wars: Tie Fighter (which deserves a remake in its own right) and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. The Dark Forces/Jedi Knight line of games has been dormant for too long; wielding your own light saber is something that every Star Wars fan wants. The excitement you get in a duel relying on quick reactions and precise saber control is truly addicting. We're hooked and we want more.