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KotOR making whoopie at GamesDomain

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Tue 25 November 2003, 18:33:37

Tags: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

GamesDomain has posted their review of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, giving it a Top Game rating and 4.5/5 symbols. Here's a clip:

Like the Baldur's Gate series, you are free to create the game's central character yourself: male or female, combat-focused, stealthy or tech-focused, it's up to you. For this reason, your character is the only one who has no voice actor. In a novel move, you'll get to switch classes mid-game during your Jedi training, so with this and the AD&D-like d20 character statistics system, there's lots of potential for varied character builds. If you don't fancy getting your hands dirty with the numbers, an auto-level-up button will take care of the choices for you.​

There's numbers in the game? I must have missed those. Then again, I find the character system one of the weakest parts of the game.

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