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The Jedi Knight series was a video game series introducing Jedi Master Kyle Katarn and his apprentice Jaden Korr.

The term "video game" is used to mean any game played on a video game console, any interactive game software, or a computer game where a video display is the primary feedback device.

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  • Massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPGs) are online games where players take on characters and interact with each other on a broad scale, often featuring a variety of environments and filled with non-player characters (NPCs) to provide a more realistic feel to the game. Examples include Star Wars Galaxies, Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures and Star Wars: The Old Republic.

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  • LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars
  • Star Wars: The Old Republic is a massively-multiplayer online role-playing game released by BioWare and LucasArts on December 20, 2011. The "sequel" to the two Knights of the Old Republic games, The Old Republic is set three hundred years after the original games, and succeeded Star Wars Galaxies as the primary Star Wars MMORPG. The Old Republic features eight classes divided into two factions and almost twenty planets, and the game was developed over the course of more than five years and also spawned an expansive multimedia metaseries.[16]

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  • Star Wars: Ewok Adventure was a game for the Atari 2600 that was developed alongside Death Star Battle but never released.[18]
  • Vernost was a cancelled LucasArts computer game that would center around the rebels and Galactic Empire battling for control of the volcanic planet Vernost.
  • Proteus was the working title for a cancelled Star Wars MMORPG that was developed alongside Star Wars Galaxies as a console-only game. Development began around 2003, but it was cancelled after several months due to difficulties creating the interface.[19]
  • Star Wars: Imperial Commando was the planned sequel to Star Wars: Republic Commando that was in planning even during the production of Republic Commando, but the game was cancelled in 2004 with only concept paintings made.[19]
  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 3 was the planned third installment in the Knights of the Old Republic series. Knights of the Old Republic 3 was cancelled before it started official development, though the series received a "sequel" in the form of the spin-off MMORPG Star Wars: The Old Republic.
  • Star Wars: Smuggler was a video game that started development in 2004 but was cancelled in 2005. Smuggler would see players assume the role of a smuggler in an Imperial-controlled galaxy.[19]
  • Damage was the codename for a canceled Darth Maul video game that would have tied in to the Star Wars: The Clone Wars television series. The game was being developed by Red Fly Studios, which was to be bought by LucasArts. In 2011, LucasArts opted not to buy the video game company, and the project was subsequently cancelled.
  • Star Wars: 1313 was a planned "darker" Star Wars game. It would take place in the deeper levels of Coruscant, specifically level 1313, and would feature the darker side of Star Wars. A Mature rating was expected, however the game was never released as LucasArts was shut down by Disney after they acquired Lucasfilm.
  • Star Wars: First Assault was a multiplayer Star Wars game in development at LucasArts. It was cancelled along with Star Wars: 1313 after the closure of LucasArts following Disney's Lucasfilm acquisition.
  • Star Wars: Attack Squadrons was an online multiplayer space combat game in development by Disney Interactive and Area 52 Games. The game was officially announced in 2013, with a five-month beta occurring in 2014 before cancellation. The game would have featured modifiable ships, 16 player matches, and three battle modes.

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