Knights Of The Old Republic
||(Win98/98SE/Me/2000/XP) (Retail) (SWKNIGHTPR)
93 from Action Trip
Choose Your Path!
Long before the Galactic Civil War, an epic drama begins.
Engage in this saga set in the Golden Age of the Republic - over 4,000 years
before the first Star Wars film, when both Jedi and Sith number in the
thousands. With the Galaxy reeling from a recent conflict with the Dark Lords,
the ongoing battle between the Jedi and the Sith rages on. Your actions
determine the outcome of this colossal galactic war - and your destiny as a
Immersive, action-packed Star Wars role playing
experience with customizable and evolving playable characters.
Your group, comprised of up to 3 characters, can
include humans, droids, Twi'leks, Wookiees and more.
Fast paced mini-games -- such as racing swoop bikes, or
manning turret guns.
spans ten different worlds ranging from the familiar to the new.
Locations include Tatooine, Sith world of Korriban,
Jedi Academy on Dantooine and Wookiee homeworld of Kashyyyk.
98/98SE/Me/2000/XP:DirectX 9.0 compatible computer, 1 GHz Pentium III or
faster, 128MB RAM, (256MB RAM for Win ME, 2000 & XP), 32MB OpenGL 1.4
compatible PCI or AGP Direct 3D graphics accelerator with hardware transform
and lighting capability required, DirectX 9.0 compatible sound card, quad speed
CD-ROM, 100% Windows compatible keyboard. Optional support for gamepads and
joysticks. DirectX 9.0b is included on the CD and must be installed before
playing. 4.0 GB of free hard drive space for installation.
"This is not just another run of the mill PC game coughed up
by Lucas Arts to profit on the famed Star Wars franchise. A profound storyline,
in-depth characterization and dialogue, tons of RPG elements to experiment
with, so many side quests that you'd be hard pressed to complete them all and
the ability to choose your own destiny and affiliation with the force, makes
Knights of the Old Republic an exemplary new chapter of the Star Wars saga, as
well as a grand single-player experience that can stand very well on its own.
There's plenty to do in the game, most of which is simply impossible to
experience the first time around, so it is likely you'll feel the need to come
back to the game once you're done, and see how things would turn out if you've
made different decisions, or if you wish to simply replay as a different Jedi
type as before."
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