Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords
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A Little Bit of an Anticlimax (guess KotOR had our standards too high!)
3 May 2015
Summary: In a lot of ways it's an improvement over the first game, but its creation was rushed--and at times that shows, especially near the ending. Without giving any spoilers, I'll just say that the gameplay is superb and the story's potential is brilliant but in the end it's clear that the developers just...
Summary: I love this game and it was in good condision but, it did not work, disc 3 did not install correctly every time, I might have just bought a bad disc, but to all the future buyers your computer MUST have a good video card to play, overall i wish it had worked.
Summary: I love Bioware, but this game still had potential to be better than the first KOTOR. Shame on the publisher for rushing it to be done before it was ready. Once you delve into the game and try to beat all the side quests and get the same you start to see HUGE signs of MASSIVE content that was cut...
Summary: I loved the original Knights Of The Old Republic (KOTOR) so when a sequel was announced, I jumped on it without hesitation. KOTOR 2 is a decent game overall but it didn't wow me in the same way that the original did.
Summary: I consider this to be the best written Star Wars tale only marred by the forced early release that forced Obsidian to excise portions of the game. This dark tale presents an interesting twist on the Force with the same great mechanics as the original.
Summary: I loved KOTOR and couldn't get enough, so I bought KOTOR 2. It's a fine game, but can't match the epic scale of its predecessors. The biggest problem is bugs and what seems like an incomplete plot. Here are some thoughts: STORY KOTOR was renowned for its epic story.
Summary: Bioware had Obsidion make this follow up of their game. Both have spawn a fan following and a future MMO. I wanted to see what was going on, and I wasn't disappointed in the game. Maybe a little at the end, but it is the story not the game itself.