How we haven’t been inundated with “Star Wars” fighting games is anyone’s guess — aside from “Soul Calibur IV” letting you play as Yoda or Darth Vader, “Masters of Teras Kasi” on the original PlayStation console is the only one. If we’re being honest, the beloved “Jedi Knight” video game series is pretty mediocre all the way around. “Jedi Outcast,” though, is the peak as it features the closest we’ve ever gotten to realistic video game lightsaber combat. The “Star Wars” universe is full of stories about good apprentices going bad and wreaking havoc on the good guys, but we’ve very rarely gotten the inverse. Bioware attempted to meld their style of story-focused role-playing game with a “World of Warcraft”-style online game, and that was a mistake. Obsidian Entertainment created an experience that manages to subvert basically every way “Star Wars” has ever operated, starting with its predecessor.