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Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is an action-adventure title that puts the power of the force in your hands. It has something for Star Wars fans and non-fans alike. If you enjoy a thrilling story and Soulslike combat, then you probably had a blast playing through Cal Kestis' second video game adventure.

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The fun doesn't have to stop with the end of Jedi: Survivor, though. There are plenty of games that give off the same vibe. If you're looking for a puzzle-filled journey, a hack-and-slash combat system, or just more Star Wars titles to add to your library, there's definitely something for you.

10 Star Wars: The Force Unleashed

Starkiller stands before Darth Vader in Star Wars: The Force Unleashed.

The Force Unleashed is regarded as one of the best games the series has ever seen. After Disney took over the galaxy far far away, it became a Legends tale and is no longer canon. That has fans hoping it gets integrated into the story at some point in the future. Regardless of that, you should play it if Jedi: Survivor has you itching for more lightsaber and force power usage.

In the game, you play as Starkiller. He is Darth Vader's secret apprentice that the Dark Lord sends on a variety of missions. Most of them involve you hunting down Jedi on Vader's behalf. The character is incredibly overpowered, making for an over-the-top Star Wars experience.

9 Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

Two warriors battle with their swords in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is a brutal FromSoftware game that will test any player. Like Jedi: Survivor, it is a third-person action-adventure title with that Soulslike feel. It has more in common than just that, too. You'll find that both games lack character creation and forgo RPG elements for an original story with a hero already in place.

In Sekiro, you play the role of a shinobi. A samurai clan imprisoned him and kidnapped his lord. It is your job to enact revenge on those who have done your wrong. With intense stealth situations and extremely difficult boss battles, you'll have to be at the top of your game.

8 Star Wars: Battlefront 2

An imperial officer and Stormtroopers are attacked by Ewoks in Star Wars: Battlefront 2.

If you haven't gotten your Star Wars fix from Jedi: Survivor, then EA's Battlefront 2 should be in your library. It still has a dedicated player base across all of its modes. There are also a variety of mods that can freshen up the experience at any time if you play on PC.

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More often than not, you won't play as a Jedi. There is a mode where you can solely pick a lightsaber-wielding hero or villain, however. Whatever style you choose, you'll be immersed in some of the most cinematic battles the Star Wars universe has ever had.

7 Assassin's Creed Valhalla

The assassin strikes an enemy with an axe in the forest in Assassin's Creed Valhalla.

Assassin's Creed Valhalla is another third-person adventure. The series took a turn towards a more story-based RPG style that is a lot less linear than the first iterations. You're able to dodge, dive, hack, and slash just like you are in Jedi: Survivor.

It wouldn't be Assassin's Creed without the battle against the Templars. The game's main Viking hopes to establish a new clan in England and gets wrapped up in the centuries-old war. There are many more ways to take down your enemies than just a hidden blade in this one.

6 Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic

Revan has a lightsaber battle with Darth Malak in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic.

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic may be old, but it doesn't get much better than this when it comes to Star Wars. The RPG title is frequently called the greatest Star Wars game of all time. That compliment revolves around everything it delivers, such as a massive galaxy to explore, a thrilling story, and great gameplay.

In KOTOR, you can select from some predetermined faces to create your character. Give it a name and you can collect a variety of clothing and armor to dress them in. Eventually, a huge plot twist happens that opens the door for you to ultimately choose the dark or light side.

5 Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy

A group of Jedi, of varying species and with varying lightsaber colors, stand in front of a temple entrance in Star Wars: Jedi Knight Jedi Academy.

Jedi: Survivor might not exist without the Jedi Knight series. All of them were groundbreaking titles, but Jedi Academy truly upped the ante. It included fluid lightsaber combat, force powers, and the ability to customize just about everything about your character.

The game has a wonderful story where you play as a padawan in Luke Skywalker's new Jedi Academy. Once you're done with the single-player, there's an online multiplayer option. You just have lightsaber duels with others and can even get some practice in with bots.

4 God Of War Ragnarök

Kratos bashes a monster with a shield in God Of War Ragnarök.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor takes exploration and combat to the sci-fi series you have come to know and love since the '70s. God of War Ragnarök follows a very similar formula, but takes you throughout the realms of Norse mythology.

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Skill trees, weapon upgrades, and special abilities are seen in both games. There are also instances of entering combat with a companion and directing their attacks. While the locations and stories are vastly different, the two titles are definitely for you if you love to smack around bad guys.

3 Horizon Forbidden West

Aloy walks along a path leading to forestation in Horizon Forbidden West.

The sequel to Horizon Zero Dawn is packed with action. You control Aloy in a post-apocalyptic version of the United States. Her goal is to travel to the Forbidden West to destroy the source of a vicious plague once and for all.

While there is more ranged combat in the Horizon series as opposed to Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, you'll find everything just as enthralling. The open world is gorgeous. The RPG elements match perfectly with the character in place. Then there is the fact that both stories have a young adult set out on a journey that forces them to mature.

2 Elden Ring

The Tarnished approaches an enemy with his axe in Elden Ring.

Elden Ring is undoubtedly one of the best games from FromSoftware. The Soulslike received countless awards and it is easy to see why. It is also easy to see why Star Wars Jedi: Survivor went with this style of gameplay when you look at how successful Elden Ring is.

In Elden Ring, you create a character known as The Tarnished. Your travel throughout the Lands Between and pick fights with countless characters, including some of the fiercest bosses gaming has ever seen. Much of the combat structure and capabilities are comparable to Elden Ring and Jedi: Survivor.

1 Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Cal Kestis wall runs while being shot at by Stormtroopers in Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order..

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is the sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. If you dove right into Survivor and haven't played the first one, not only have you missed out on important lore, but you have missed out on the game that laid the groundwork.

Think of it as a Dark Souls game meets Prince of Persia, with Star Wars placed over the top of it. It has everything a fan of the series wants. You play as a Jedi, who becomes a bit of a rebel, and you fight the Empire. You can't ask for much more than that.

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