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Preview PC.IGN Fluffs KOTOR 2

Sol Invictus

Oct 19, 2002
Pax Romana
Tags: Obsidian Entertainment; Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2: The Sith Lords

PC.IGN has written a hands-on preview of Obsidian's already successful sequel to Bioware's popular Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic that's due out on the PC any day now (Feb 8). It's a fluff piece, which preview isn't?
<blockquote>The question was if Obsidian would be able to hold up the same brilliance of story and vision that Bioware showed in the first. The Xbox guys say yes. They loved it quite a bit. It was close enough to how much they loved the first one, that it's been hard not to get excited about seeing the game finally hit the PC. After months of waiting for playable code, it finally showed up onto our doorstep a couple of days ago. We've been diligently fighting our way through rampaging droids, and fighting charges that I had blown up an asteroid space station... nevermind if it was the truth.</blockquote>
Was it that same brilliance of story and vision that made Carth such an annoying little dipshit whom you couldn't get to shut up no matter what you said to him? You can read the rest of the fluff <a href=http://pc.ign.com/articles/583/583552p1.html?fromint=1>here</a> if you can hold back the vomit.


May 18, 2004
Any word yet if they have added any extras to the PC version over the console one (other than the (hopefully) obvious GFX and SFX options)?

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