This Force-powered adventure, which hits PS4, Xbox One and PC on Nov. 15, is the first single-player game set in a galaxy far, far away since 2010's The Force Unleashed 2.
So there's a lot riding on this one, especially after the controversy surrounding the last major Star Wars game, 2017's Battlefront 2.
Star Wars is a cinematic franchise at its heart, and Jedi: Fallen Order certainly delivers in the 20 or so hours it took me to complete it.
When he uses the Force to save a friend, the Second Sister (a Jedi-hunting Imperial Inquisitor) is drawn to him.
Rescued by former Jedi Cere Junda and pilot Greez Dritus, he follows the path of Cere's late master to find a holocron containing the names and locations of Force-sensitive children -- who are potentially the next generation of Jedi.
The crew flies from planet to planet in Greez's ship -- the Stinger Mantis -- to explore ancient temples, battle the Empire and restore Cal's Force abilities, with an engaging narrative and plenty of jaw-droppingly cool moments.