Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords
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Knights of the Old Republic II
Ruth Andrews, Amazon
19 June 2005
Summary: I fell in love with KOTOR I, and I am not a gamer! But I do love the whole Star Wars universe. While I have played a lot of the SW games, I have to admit I haven't enjoyed many of them very much. KOTOR I however is a fabulous game.
Summary: ...if only the idiot CEO of Lucasarts hadn't rushed Obsidion to release the game during the holiday rush. This gave has AMAZING potential, and gamers waited for months at a time for the stupid Lucasarts to release a patch. They finally did but it wasn't very good.
Summary: The first thing you need to know about this game is that you absolutely have to download the latest patch before playing it; the game is nearly unplayable otherwise. That patch addresses most of the worst complaints here, but there are still annoying bugs in the game even after the 1.0b patch (e.g.
Summary: This game had too much potential to be one of the best games released in a while. But Lucusarts just had to put their two cents in and too much content was lost in the aftermath. Judge for yourself here: [...
Summary: Well yes... Two thirds of the game are playable...and fun... But what hapenned with the last third? Is there something missing? Something rushed? This game is half shorter than the first Knights Of The Old Republic! This could have been a great game if the missing content had been added...
Summary: First, the good stuff. Those of you who have played the first in the KOTOR series will find many of the most enjoyable features of that game enhanced and elaborated on: Many more lightsaber crystals, and the addition of three different component categories to further customize your saber, many more...
Summary: Simply put, this game was published before it was completed. It has no ending, no conclusion. It reaches a climax and stops. Then there is a short cinematic that makes utterly no sense in the context of the events leading up to it.
Summary: While its true that there were some improvments in the game, it was shipped in a unfinished state. Its plauged with bugs, so many that its difficult to play to the end. I would not buy this game, the storyline is ok, but its not worth the frustration you will face.
Summary: I brought Knights of the Old Republic 2 The Sith Lords a couple of weeks ago. I have played all the way through, so I know what I am talking about. KotOR II is only 75 Percent complete. The first 3 quarters of the game are mostly complete except for a few cut-scenes.