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KotOR pimped by PCKiller

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KotOR pimped by PCKiller

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Thu 26 February 2004, 07:48:46

Tags: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

PCKiller gives Knights of the Old Republic and big, fat 10/10 in their review of the title. Here's the standard snippet:

You play as a character with memory loss, throughout the game you find clues to your past and meet people along the way who can give you answers and set you on to the right path. There is no right or wrong way to play this game--making freedom to do almost anything a real joy.​

Then again, most evil ways seem to end up leading to the good ways anyway, so I guess that's true. Kind of amazing you can screw over an entire planet's economy in the game and there really isn't any backlash from it. You'd think you'd have at least a billion people out to get you for something like that.

PS. Another reviewer that doesn't know what turn based is.

Spotted at: Blue's News

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