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PC Gameworld bewitched by KOTOR

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PC Gameworld bewitched by KOTOR

Review - posted by Vault Dweller on Sat 24 January 2004, 02:39:37

Tags: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

PC Gameworld posted a review of KOTOR giving it 97% for a wonderful non-predictable storyline, excellent combat scenes, authentic Star Wars sounds and aliens

The choice or path you play is entirely up to you. The game plays out over seven planets that after a brief linear start up (an ingeniously disguised tutorial), you can visit the planets in any order you wish. You create your main character, choosing between three classes, soldier, scout, or scoundrel.

It is almost pointless to continue without revealing the plot, so I’m just going to end this review by saying that this is the best Star Wars game since X-Wing. Those of you that have never played an RPG, will feel right at home playing this game. It doesn’t bog you down with tons of silly rules and regulations. Everything is streamlined and easy to get into without you having to learn a ton of Dungeons and Dragons rules.​
Bioware: dumbing down RPGs since 1995

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