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KotOR lapped up by GameHelpers

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KotOR lapped up by GameHelpers

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Sat 7 February 2004, 15:07:43

Tags: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

GameHelper has posted a wierd ass review of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. Of course, the fact the guy filled the Cons section of the thing with, Do I even need to write something here? is pretty sad. Yes, jackass, you do. You are a reviewer and there's no such thing as a perfect game. Anyway, they gave is a 9.5/10 and this is part of how it starts off:

Star Wars’ greatest asset is its universe, the creative tour de force that combines technology with this rather Daoist ‘Force’ thing floating around, manipulated by gifted people called force-sensitive, possibly being trained in the use of the Force – called ‘Jedi.’ Oh, and they wield these swords that are laser-like and can cut through anything and repel blaster fire – not to mention cruising the universe via ‘hyperspace.’ Star Trek can only dream of this level of cool. Thankfully, where Lucas has been faltering, Bioware has been excelling and has succeeded in creating not only a fantastic Star Wars gaiden, but answers many questions that only the most diehard of Star Wars junkies would know already. Where did hyperspace come from? Check. What about this ‘long long time ago’ yet super-advanced technology stuff? Check. How did the Sith come to be? Check. What about that age-old ultimate race? Check.​

People who like Star Wars more than Star Trek can't be taken seriously. As much as Enterprise sucks, it still beats the crap out of The Phantom Menace.

Spotted at: GenGamers

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