View Full Version : Gamecube, XBOX JOII

07-16-2002, 11:11 AM
Does anybody know where info can be found for the JOII for Gamecube and XBOX?


Do you think it will be better or worse than PC?:confused:

07-16-2002, 11:22 AM
how is online play on xbox and gamecube? or do they have online features? if the game doesnt have online features it wont be all the great. (in my opinon)

also i think the jk2 website has an article about this.

07-16-2002, 11:26 AM
Yeah well of course Gamecube and XBOX have their supposed internet adapters coming out, but I doubt they'll take to gamers, seems like itll be a big hassle to get online with the game. Even if it does take I doubt many will use it. So No multi is a drag. :(

07-16-2002, 11:32 AM
has anyone played that game obi wan for the xbox? ive seen it but never played it. if that sold then jk2 will

07-16-2002, 11:32 AM
here are some sites I found info on.


07-16-2002, 11:37 AM

07-16-2002, 11:43 AM
Those were the best I could find. They dont say much but im glad you liked them:)

07-16-2002, 11:59 AM
Obi Wan for the XBox is the epitomy of CRAPPY GAME. in terms of sound, graphix, plot, and fun factor, this game should never have been. however, i DID like the lightsaber effects of the game. you know, the sound of a lightsaber as it's turned on and the way it looks (it looked exactly like an ep:1 or ep:2 saber)

07-16-2002, 12:29 PM
Games designed for the Pc are generally better on the PC, Console games brought over to the PC usually have the same problem.

Nothing will beat Internet, And some games are just better with a controller.

A couldn't play a first person shooter without a mouse. Well I could but wouldn'T enjoy it as much.

07-16-2002, 05:55 PM
The XBOX, if the games are done properly, is nothing more than a streamlined P3-733, Nvidia Card and DirectX 8.1. Double the CPU speed, since the OS is specifically written for the console, and you have a powerful PC in a box....

Only current problem is getting programmers used to being able to use a Hard Disk on a console, since the PS2 needs an external one, as well as an external modem to get online...

The XBOX is the only one with native online support, it has a RJ-45 connection, the size for Ethernet cables, to get it online. There are a couple of programs, even before XBOX Live is introduced, that get an XBOX online relatively easily.

I think the lack of quality of games on the XBOX is more of a blight on the quality of programmers for that console platform, rather than the platform itself.