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In our ‘How Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Shows There is More to the Force than Just Light and Dark’ video, we take a look at how the game pulls on a thread that was central to Star Wars: Episode VIII The Last Jedi; that the Jedi were wrong. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order takes the idea even further, focussing on characters that include fallen Jedi, Sith, Force Magick Users and lots more. Ultimately showing that they don’t all have to be pitted against each other, all of which totals to a much more in-depth, emotive and balanced view of the force, showing that there is a lot more to it than Light and Dark…

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How Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Shows There is More to the Force than Just Light and Dark