Originally Posted by TriggerGod
You went on missions to complete your objective. In JKO, you had to rescue Jan and stop Desann. In JKA, you had to stop Tavion and her cult, and redeem Rosh (canonically. I like to kill the bastard when I play BaseJKA). In TFU, you had to go and kill Jedi until Vader fake-kills you, than you have to train to fight the emperor. So, the plot idea/outline is the same, its just everything else (ie. JK series has you as a Jedi, TFU has you as a Sith) is different.
Hundreds of games have missions where you have to save someone/kill someone. So that's not really an argument. Jedi Knight had big levels with puzzles, well balanced force powers, the possibility to use other weapons, a likable character and all games of the series take place after the battle of Endor. TFU has none of those things. I still fail to see how people could thing of TFU as a successor to the JK series.