The King of Kings
Whether you like it or not, Jedi: Fallen Order IS Disney Star Wars and much of what I said applies to Lucas' Star Wars too. Their powers are very inconsistent and Jedi: Fallen Order allows you to do many things that weren't showcased in the original films. The Jedi Order is also gone by the time of Fallen Order and Kenobi so whatever "Jedi canon" says, doesn't really apply anymore. And btw, George Lucas calls them Laser Swords too and the term was spoken by Anakin in The Phantom Menace.Maybe we're mixing SW movies here, I edited my reply to "original" movies just for clarity. I don't consider Disney has really genuinely followed the excellent canon left behind by Lucas. I mean just the fact that nit wits like Kathleen Kennedy are OK with changing Lando Calrissian from a ladies man into a perv with a fetish for robots is a prime example. I also don't consider Disney's Obi Wan-Kenobi to be a movie at all. It was barely good enough to be a mediocre TV mini series.
Suffice it to say there's been a TON of bad changes since Disney took over SW, and none of them are good, including and especially the lightsaber fight choreography, or as Disney calls them, "laser swords".
At any rate, I stand behind what I said, no self respecting fan of the original canon is happy tossing anything handy at enemies. That's not true to the original Jedi canon. Thank God Respawn have the balls to do it the right way, though I have to wonder how long that will last if Disney gets their dirty mitts on the games.