Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II
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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II Reader Review - 9.8
chromeman23, IGN Entertainment
21 February 2006
Conclusion: Wow! This game is awesome. It is everything a star wars fan would like a game to be like. It does take awhile for you to get used to the game and to like it. It isn't one of those boaring RPG games, it takes it to a new level. The best part of the game is when you get your lightsaber. The only thing that I really didn't like was how it ended. There is so much things to do on this game and so much fun things that you can do that it will keep you entertained for weeks.
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II Reader Review - 9.0
bezza10, IGN Entertainment
16 January 2006
Conclusion: When i first played kotor2 i was speechless. Its a game you really have to get into. If you like the Star wars movies then youll love this. Have you ever dreamed of being Luke Skywalker. Well this game takes you beyond that. You choose your characters Jedi type. For example, a Jedi fighters or combatant or a master of orce powers. Or you could simply choose to be a mixture of the two. You choose the hairand skin colour of your Jedi, his/her name.
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II Reader Review - 9.7
gamestation2000, IGN Entertainment
4 January 2005
Conclusion: I never could get into the RPG games, but the first KoTOR turned me to the darkside (RPG's). With the second installment under a different game developer, I was a little worried that the original would be the last RPG I would enjoy. "Even if they make no changes to the game and just make a different story, I'll be happy" I said when thinking of the sequel. Obsidian Entertainment took what BioWare did and realized it didnt need many changes.
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II Reader Review - 9.1
Shin Asura, IGN Entertainment
16 December 2004
Conclusion: Knights of the Republic 2: The Sith Lords is the sequel to last years Game of the Year Knights of the Republic. Obsidian had their hands full because a lot of gamers were having their doubts about the Sith Lords as soon as they heard that Bioware would not be doing it. I personally thought the game wasn’t going to be that great, but it’s always best to never judge something until it has a chance to prove itself.
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II Reader Review - 9.6
atomj123, IGN Entertainment
10 December 2004
Conclusion: Being a Star Wars fan, I found that I could live with playing an RPG atleast once. Well, I was wrong. When I inserted KOTOR: Sith Lords, into my Xbox I thought that it would not be much different than the first game. I was wrong again. I found that the game, though it used most of the same code as KOTOR, it still gave me a whole new atmosphere. The characters could be modified more, in game menus were modified, more powers, feats and skills to choose from and much more.