Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order follows the story of former Jedi-in-training Cal Kestis years after Order 66 as he attempts to escape and outwit the Empire, and while that might sound like a classic Star Wars adventure, there's also some classically video game-y elements to the, well, video game. In fact, it's almost as if some sequences are straight out of, say, a Sonic the Hedgehog video game, and one fan's made that abundantly clear with a hilarious edit.
While not every section of the Star Wars video game fits the hallmarks of classic Sonic, there's a certain bit that comes across as largely on rails with jumping, running, and sliding. Add in the song "Escape from the City" from the video game Sonic Adventure 2 , as the intrepid fan below did, along with some iconic sound effects, and it fits right in.
me launching SW Jedi Fallen Order for the first time: hell yeah can't wait to play as a badass jedi
the actual game: pic.twitter.com/OY1xPCWbPo— Nohryl (@Nohryl) November 30, 2019
There are other variations on this same theme out there, as the sequence seems to have struck a chord with folks since release, but this is by far one of the more amusing edits we've seen.
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Here's how publisher EA describes the game over on its official website:0comments
"Aided by a former Jedi Knight, a prickly pilot, and a fearless droid companion, you must escape the sinister machinations of the Imperial forces in this story driven adventure."
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is now available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. You can check out all of our previous coverage of the latest and greatest Star Wars game right here.
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