Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords
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Value for money 6
Sound quality 8
The force is strong, it just fades at the end!
9 May 2012
Excerpt: "I was really looking forward to playing this, after the previous one enjoyed awards galore and was a smash success. The Sith Lords for me, will go down (and I believe already has) as one of those “what might have been” games if a longer development period was granted to it. I’m assuming you’ve played the previous title, so if you haven’t I’d suggest reading reviews there first. 5 years have passed since the last ...
Pros: Star Wars feel, expands on last game, HK - 47
Cons: Slow to start, also a bit glitchy & missing content .
Excerpt: "...game of the year (2003) Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. KOTOR 2: The Sith Lords, this time made by Obsidian Entertainment instead of Bioware, takes place 5 years after the events of the first game. Those that are familiar with the original, will know that the majority of the game is open to your own playing style and moral choices - Light vs. Dark or on the fence Neutral - and because of this, the games ending differs as do the characters ...
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - Sith Lords (PC): Another fine Star Wars game
10 June 2009
Summary: This is the sequel to Knights of the Old Republic and is once again produced by Obsidian and Lucas Arts. If you've played the 1st one you'll know more or less what to expect, in terms of gameplay and graphics this makes very few departures from the original. It's an rpg in the Star Wars universe with semi turn based combat. There are a couple of new features - there are now prestige classes of jedi/sith, and theres an influence system for party relations.
Pros: More complex relations, good story, fun combat
Summary: Star wars Knights of the old Republic two PC is a PC version of the Xbox game with the same name. The story is the same as the Xbox game, you start off on your space station where you have forgotten your identity, over the course of the game you must regain your identity explore world's, meet new characters, and influence the galaxy. The story is good but not as good as the first game. Every action in this game has a consequence, you can choose to be good or evil.
Excerpt: "...the events of the first Star Wars film, and 5 years after the events of the first Knights of the Old Republic (KOTOR) game. As usual the Jedi, guardians of the galaxy and all that, have managed to let themselves almost be wiped out entirely, and yes - it's somehow all up to you to save things. No change there then… You start the game unconscious and desperately in need of help, and in the prelude (I'd advise skipping it unless you've never played ...
Pros: Has most of the strengths of the first game, a few additions . . .
Cons: . . . the storyline isn't as good, some technical problems . . .
Summary: I liked the original KOTOR. Its immersive gameplay so totally absorbed me
that I would forget to go to bed at a decent hour and pay heavily for it at
work the next day. Obsidian Entertainment have taken the ball from Bioware and
run with it with their take on what is fast becoming a classic series by simply
giving you more. More choices, more quests, more characters, more puzzles, more
Summary: Star Wars KotoR II beats its predecessor by far. Over the KotoR I, KotoR II
updates clothing so that the old Jedi and Sith robes are now more like capes.
With more than one Sith lord to eradicate (one who sounds like an evil
English-man), this game makes for an exiting addition to the Star Wars Knights
of the old Republic saga.