Summary: I bought this game months ago and just installed it what a freakin joke the avatars on the game looks like FLoating zombies i wasted the money on this game the eyes even poke out like they are dismembered from the body What a joke
Summary: The game is a big disappointment. There are way too many bugs for this game to have gone Gold. (When running the game on a P4 3.2 GHz system with 2 Gig of ram with an ATI RADEON® 9800 PRO 256MB video card with the latest catalyst drivers, the game was crashing every 15 to 20 minutes.
Summary: Thanks Lucas, thanks for rushing Obsidian, thanks for the bugs, thanks for the worst customer support ever seen, thanks for the most rushed game final ever seen, thanks for the buggest game ever seen, thanks for delay on the patch.
is lucasarts/obsidian running their final tests onthepublic?
L. Shelton, Amazon
20 November 2005
Summary: this game at present is in terrible shape. my character has things coming out of his head. also for some reason the camera spins wildly around my character at some times. it appears to be the same engine that powered kotor because it definitely isn't any better looking...so why the problems?
Summary: I have never seen a game beeing as buggy as this. I just hope the patch is going to come out soon but to be honest I don't think that Lucas Arts will fix everything needed to make this game fully enjoyable. Don't misunderstand me..
Summary: I have KotOR I (PC) and all patches. Game of the Year - 2003 and maybe the best game in the last 5 years. I bought KotOR II (PC) on Feb 8 2005. Finished it March 9 2005. I had most if not all the problems mentioned previously by other reviewers from the forums and here.
Summary: Lucasarts forced the release of this early for the $. Things were cut like a WHOLE planet not to mention the cutscenes are buggy and it crashes every 30 minutes. I was so flusterated I had to cheat to continue the storyline, legitimate playing could not advance me further, and this WASN'T because I...
Summary: This game is horrible. You will spend half of your time playing it restarting the game and trying to figure out what is wrong with your copy of the game. Then you start to read the reviews by the people who bought the game and played the game for any amount of time to find out that it is the game...