Every iconic Star Wars sound effect is accounted for, while BD-1's beeps and boops (provided by original Star Wars sound designer Ben Burtt, no less) are great. The orchestral score will give you goosebumps, and the voice performances are superb.
A good looking game that's hamstrung by occasional bugs, Fallen Order has some truly beautiful vistas to behold and the character models are excellent. Unfortunately, there's a lack of overall polish that holds this back from being a technical marvel.
One half owes a debt to Dark Souls/Sekiro, while the other half of Fallen Order channels Tomb Raider/Uncharted. Both are highly accomplished and enormous fun, but it's the hugely gratifying combat that you'll keep coming back for.
Everything that Fallen Order has to offer is excellent, and the narrative itself is nice and meaty, with Metroidvania elements that encourage you to return to previous locations. Still, you can't help but long for a little extra refinement and attention to detail that would have elevated the experience.
A very strong list with the perfect spread of tasks across the board. Finding every collectible and secret will take a lot of time and patience, but the good news is, you can complete the game at any difficulty you like. There's no achievement for beating the game at its hardest level.