A long time ago, in a decade now far, far away, came a Star Wars game that gave gamers their first chance to really feel like a jedi. That game was Star Wars: Jedi Knight - Jedi Academy.
While there's certainly been a bunch of newer titles that showcase much flashier Star Wars battles, they haven't exactly been the best in the trademark's history. Meanwhile, the Star Wars: Jedi Knight series pulled it off back in the 90s and early 2000s.
Jedi Academy brings the full Star Wars jedi experience, with only a fraction of the power modern Star Wars titles use - and it does it better.
Jedi Academy is one of the best games for someone looking for a first-person shooter Star Wars adventure. In this title players can expect to customize their very own jedi character, learn from Luke Skywalker and various other post-original trilogy cast members, and complete missions with either lightsabers or various other Star Wars weapons. You can even use Light and Dark Side force powers together!
Funnily enough, older computers actually run this game - and other titles in the series - better than newer ones. If you would like to check out this title, find it here for $9.99. You can also get the bundle containing all Dark Forces and Jedi Knight titles here.