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Another idiotic KOTOR review

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Another idiotic KOTOR review

Review - posted by Vault Dweller on Wed 14 January 2004, 14:26:48

Tags: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

GMR has decided to share its pretty much <a href=http://www.gmrmagazine.com/article2/0,4364,1435639,00.asp>worthless opinion[/url] on KOTOR. The rating is 10 out of 10.

A game pitted with scores of moral choices at nearly every turn, KOTOR excels in allowing the player to go where he wants, when he wants. KOTOR's events can be played in nearly any order, giving the player a tremendous sense of freedom that, while not as sprawling as Morrowind's, offers excellent replay value.​
Wow, I can choose which extremely liner planet to visit next! The sad thing is that KOTOR is a good game overall and it does offer some interesting things, so there is absolutely no reason to make something up and pretend that the game's weaknesses like "stellar battle engine" are actually its strengths.

Likewise, players can shape the events to come through robust character customization.​
Btw, can somebody explain me what the hell does that mean?

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