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STAR WARS®: Knights of the Old Republic™ II
5 years after the events of the award winning original, the Sith are on the verge of crushing the Old Republic. As a lone Jedi, will you follow the light side or succumb to the dark?
Release Date: Feb 8, 2005

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Includes 14 items: Star Wars Republic Commando™ , Star Wars Battlefront® II, Star Wars Starfighter™, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II, Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast, Star Wars: Dark Forces, Star Wars Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith, Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes, Star Wars The Force Unleashed: Ultimate Sith Edition, Star Wars® Empire at War™: Gold Pack, STAR WARS® THE FORCE UNLEASHED II, STAR WARS®: Knights of the Old Republic™ II

About the Game

Five years after the events from the award winning Star Wars® Knights of the Old Republic™, the Sith Lords have hunted the Jedi to the edge of extinction and are on the verge of crushing the Old Republic. With the Jedi Order in ruin, the Republic’s only hope is a lone Jedi struggling to reconnect with the Force. As this Jedi, you will be faced with the galaxy’s most dire decision: Follow the light side or succumb to the dark…

Key Features:

  • Follow up to the acclaimed and original Star Wars® Knights of the Old Republic™.
  • Choose from three different classes of Jedi, each with access to specific Jedi abilities.
  • Choose the light or the dark side of the Force as you progress through the story.
  • The choices you make will affect your character, those in your party and those who may join you in your quest.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Pentium 3 1GHz or AMD Athlon 1GHz
    • Memory: 256MB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 5 GB
    • Video Card: 32MB with Hardware T&L
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0b compatible
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0b compatible
Helpful customer reviews
90 of 94 people (96%) found this review helpful
60 products in account
6 reviews
120.4 hrs on record
Star Wars: KOTOR II

This game is truly epic, considering the fact that it was released 9 years ago. I tell you what, this game could probably be the best RPG game out there, in my opinion it's the best. It is much better than the first game. The voice acting is really great and the wonderful thing in this very unique game is that it evoked players to feel strong emotions the same way the characters were portraying in the game. Light side or dark side it doesn't matter which side you choose because if you play this game you will feel peace and passion thoroughly. However, the downside is that when this game was released back then, it wasn't complete due to LucasArts pressuring the Developers for an early Christmas release date, many parts of the game was cut out. But thanks to hard-core Star Wars fans out there they made the KOTOR II TSLRCM which allows you to play the game with the cut-out parts. Now, do yourself a favor, go to the store and buy the game.

May The Force Be With You!
Posted: June 12th, 2014
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53 of 57 people (93%) found this review helpful
18 products in account
1 review
10.0 hrs on record
Knights of the Old Republic II is one of my faveorite games. I've never had a computer without it installed since the day I originally bought it in 2006. The story is extremly unique to Star Wars, and feels almost more fantasy than sci-fi. The writing is top notch, and shines brightest in the character of Kreia.

However the game as available for purchase, is incomplete, with a complete planet, entire questlines, and flesh-out ending, absent from the proceedings. In order to fully enjoy the game I highly recommend downloading TSLRCM and M4-78EP, available at deadlystream.com. These two mods(+ a few additional addons) complete what Obsidian was unable too, transforming TSL from a broken game into a masterpiece.

Do buy this game, and do get TSLRCM/M4-78EP.
Posted: April 4th, 2014
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31 of 33 people (94%) found this review helpful
58 products in account
7 reviews
36.7 hrs on record
Probably my childhood defining game and probably the best game I have played.
EVER.
Posted: June 23rd, 2014
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17 of 18 people (94%) found this review helpful
190 products in account
7 reviews
38.0 hrs on record
A lot of people give this game a lot of crap, especially seeing that is is the sequal to the masterpiece that came before. There are some glaring issues with the normal version of the game, but that does not make it a bad game. At the end, it ties in quite nicely to KOTOR but there are some things missing from the game. The game seems unfinished at times. That can all be fixed by using the Restored Content Mod (found here http://www.moddb.com/mods/the-sith-lords-restored-content-mod-tslrcm ). This mod adds a tremendous amount to the game. Basically there was a bunch of unreleased stuff that wasn't finished in the game. The makers of this mod made the game more of what it was supposed to be. It really made this game what it is for me. It's a good game without the mod. It's a great game with it
Posted: April 10th, 2014
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10 of 12 people (83%) found this review helpful
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32 reviews
36.0 hrs on record
After having this sit in my inventory for months and being bugged to play it by my friends, I finally gave it a shot. I am not a fan of this type of combat system, where i'm just clicking hotkeys but I still found myself immensely enjoying the game, as well as (eventually) the combat once I figured it out halfway through the game. I played the game really lazily at first, just automatically levelling all my characters up. I actually played for ten hours as a light side Jedi before I got angry at Kreia and started over as the dark side. The first thing i noticed in playing it, is how similar the first Mass Effect is to it. I love Mass Effect so I appreciated playing its ancestor and there are a lot of similarities to appreciate. I loved the whole inventory system and how much loot you could find. The locations felt similar to mass effect and even the sound of passing space craft on the citadal station over telos sounds like they used the same sound in mass effect. Like I said, I played this game very lazily...i eventually figured out the levelling system and how everything worked after I decided to pay attention half way through. I spent most of the game trying to figure out ways to make Kreia angry, so I was rude to her every chance I could get. I had also started over after running into the jedi on Telos who irritated me so much with their haughty ways I decided to go full dark side. No regrets, even after selling a kid into slavery and convincing a guy to committ suicide within a few minutes of each other. There are obvious flaws to the game which everyone recognizes and I soon came to discover...its buggy, it seems unfinished, the ending (at least for the darkside) felt lacking. It is still a great game, however, primarily because of the story. I don't really need to go into much detail here...its an old game, everyone knows how great this story is. And by the end, I was laughing at myself for basically role-playing my dark jedi IRL by having all my actions decided by my irritation with Kreia and the Jedi. In short, if you haven't played this game yet, from one first-timer to another, seriously, play this game. Now I just have to play the first one.
Posted: May 3rd, 2014
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920 of 951 people (97%) found this review helpful
243 products in account
2 reviews
57.5 hrs on record
Ah, KOTOR II. Where to start? First, download The Sith Lords: Restored Content Mod. I state this because the standard game is highly unpolished, is missing a lot of extra dialogue and has many bugs that will frustrate anybody, whether they are new to Star Wars or loved the first KOTOR.

This game shows mechanics that would later be implemented into Mass Effect. A definite meter to determine morality, the breaking down of gear into components (or "omni-gel" for you Spectres), combat that can be paused while issuing commands to you and your squad along with a focus on dialogue options between NPCs and your companions. Your choices in these dialogues could allow you to avoid a combat situation, help progress a quest, or give more information on your companions or your surroundings.

Those familiar with some Star Wars lore (such as the movies or KOTOR I) are probably aware of the black-and-white morality shown. For example, KOTOR I gives you a situation where a woman is attempting to sell a hunters trophy belonging to her late husband. You can either buy the trophy from her (the light option), or convince the woman using the Force to give you the item (the dark option). KOTOR II blurs morality into tones of grey, where the Jedi are not seen entirely as the paragon of all that is good and where the ultimate "light" option is not always perceived as the most prudent one.

Part of this blurring of the lines is due to Kreia, one of the companions accompanying you, the Jedi Exile. A mysterious woman whose becomes more cryptic with every word, her musings and personality have convinced me she is one of the most fleshed-out and well written characters in video game history. The strange thing is, not many of the other characters seem as interesting as Kreia in comparison. Actually, I'm somewhat wrong; HK-47 is a great companion as well. His mannerisms about murder, his copies and his past are worth listening to if you want to chuckle. Atton is somewhat interesting wisecracking pilot and the remaining characters aren't worth writing home about. They're not bad characters, just not great ones.

I'm going to stop this review now before I type spoilers and just tell you to play it. If you enjoyed Mass Effect, if you played KOTOR 1, if you enjoy learning about the lore of Star Wars, or if you need an RPG fix sorted out, KOTOR II is a great option. Just make sure to get the Restored Content Mod. It's really necessary to have a good experience.
Posted: November 25th, 2013
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