It's also a PC game.
It's a pretty solid Star Wars RPG, with a fair bit of freedom of action/choice in the story. All in all, the plot it pretty straight forward, but you can approach how you go about it with some freedom, choosing when you go certain places, and what you do while you're there. It's based on the Wizards of the Coast d20 table top RPG system for its leveling, feat, class and skills setup, which is kinda nice; it works for the game.
The graphics aren't spectacular, but they also don't need to be. The game play and character actions make up for it. I kinda like the semi-turn based format of the game.
Explore the galaxy, uncover some mysteries and rediscover the Force... have fun with the game.
Great going, just take your time. Read the dialog. One of the biggest killers in this game is skipping text. The major puller here is the story, you don't want to miss out on it.
Lol last weekend I played 25 hours of it. Sad, I know, but it's great! I still didn't beat it though. As for text, yeah, I can't bear skipping it. I HAVE TO read it =D
Used to have an installer of this game for the PC. But my pc can't handle the system requirements to I didn't get to play it.
Now that I know all about KotOR, do you guys recommend KotOR 2? I heard that KotOR 1 was the better one, and that this one's made by another company.
KOTOR is a great game. I haven't played it in awhile, nor have I finished the game yet. But it is very intriguing to play. I've heard KOTOR2 is good, but the story falls flat towards the end.
Aye, there are a few attempts out there, mod-wise to fix plot holes and complete the story. Team Gizka's TSL restoration mod is a good one, albeit unfinished (and somewhat buggy, in the version i tried), and the M478 restoration mod is pretty slick. The droid planet M478 is awesome, and it's a damn shame they took it out of the game.
A... A droid planet? Droids have planets? :O
And this planet it's available on the PC version?
I don't remember it and as far as I understood, it has been ripped of the game...