STAR WARS™ Knights of the Old Republic™ II - The Sith Lords™
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?
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Release Date: Feb 8, 2005

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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

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    • OS: Windows 7 or newer
    • Processor: Intel Core i3 (2 Cores), AMD A10
    • CPU Speed: 2.2 GHz
    • Memory: 4GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 10 GB
    • Video Card (ATI): Radeon HD 5450
    • Video Card (NVidia): GeForce 260
    • Video Card (Intel): HD 4400
    • Video Memory (VRam): 256MB
    • Controller Support: Microsoft® Xbox® 360 Controller for Windows® (Wired), Microsoft® Xbox® 360 Games for Windows® Wireless Controller with Adapter, Microsoft® Xbox® One Controller (Wired), Razor Sabertooth – Gaming Controller for Xbox 360, Thrustmaster GPX, Logitech Gamepad F310, Logitech Wireless Gamepad F710

    Important Note: For users that prefer the original version of the game or for users on old hardware that can no longer run KOTOR II in its updated form, we have created a "legacy branch" that will allow users to access the original released content. Click on the support link and our team will walk you through the process.
    • OS: 10.9.5 (Mavericks), 10.10 (Yosemite)
    • Processor: Intel Core i3 (2 Cores)
    • CPU Speed: 2.2 GHz
    • Memory: 4GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 10 GB
    • Video Card (ATI): Radeon HD 3870
    • Video Card (NVidia): GeForce 330M
    • Video Card (Intel): HD 3000
    • Video Memory (VRam): 256MB
    • Controller Support: Microsoft® Xbox® 360 Controller for Windows® (Wired), Microsoft® Xbox® One Controller (Wired), SONY® PS3 DUALSHOCK®3 wireless controller, SONY® PS4 DUALSHOCK®4 wireless controller, Logitech RumblePad™ 2, Logitech™ Dual Action™
    • OS: SteamOS, Ubuntu 14.04
    • Processor: Intel Core i3 (2 Cores), AMD A10
    • CPU Speed: 2.2 GHz
    • Memory: 4GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 10 GB
    • Video Card (ATI): Radeon HD 5450
    • Video Card (NVidia): GeForce 440
    • Video Card (Intel): HD 4400
    • Video Memory (VRam): 256MB
    • Controller Support: Steam Controller, Microsoft® Xbox® 360 Controller for Windows® (Wired), Microsoft® Xbox® 360 Games for Windows® Wireless Controller with Adapter, SONY® PS3 DUALSHOCK®3 wireless controller (Wired), SONY® PS4 DUALSHOCK®4 wireless controller (Wired), Logitech Gamepad F310, Logitech Wireless Gamepad F710
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Cheese Time
58.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 23
Let me tell you a story.

I installed the restored content mod, booted up the game, made a Consular and went into the options to crank up the difficulty to the max before I started. I consider myself pretty good at games built off Bioware systems, and I played KOTOR I on the hardest difficulty without issue.

Fine, all was dandy. Played the game going full sith. Corrupted all my companions, which was a very memorable experience. Downloaded it on my laptop and kept playing from there. The first 35 hours of the game was absolutely amazing, and I was rejoicing in my EEVIL.

However, around the 30 hour point I noticed how easy the game seemed to be getting. Being the stereotypical arrogant gamer, I thought that was down to my epic skills and great build. I got lazy, thought the game was so easy, I only bothered to level up 3 characters, and the others were left in the dirt.

How wrong I was.

See, the first 35 hours or so are epic, but the ending of the game is unfinished. There are a lot of endless rooms with the same trash mobs. The restored content mod is a mixed blessing, because it brings back a lot of extra levels which feel very empty, as the devs only half-finished them and didn't put them in the game. By the 50 hour point, I was getting fed up. Just wanted it to be over.

Then came the HK factory. Oh boy. The ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ HK factory is one of the half-finished levels put in by the restored content mod. It's in the ending sequence, so you can't back out once you've got there without losing hours of progress. Would usually be fine, but it turns out the HK factory is a solo mission. A solo mission for one of the characters I'd never bought gear for or levelled up. So I was stuck there. With a character with default starting armor, no weapons and no accessories. He has level 3 stuff, against endless level 23 trash mobs of EXACTLY the same enemy.

Let me get this straight, there are at least 100 enemy droids in the HK factory. Every single one of them was capable of oneshotting my character. He did like 10 damage to their health pools of 200+ HP with every shot. Whatever, I thought, I'll turn down the dificulty.

To my horror, when I opened up the options menu, I realised that when I transferred the game over to my laptop the difficulty settings had not transferred. I'd been playing the entire game on easy. This was as easy as it got. Oneshots and 10 damage per shot. It seemed impossible.

At this point, usually I would just laugh at myself and watch a let's play of the game's end. But for some reason I was determined to finish this game. It played me! I would get my revenge at any cost!

So I scraped together all the health potions I had and RAN through the HK factory level. If I got hit more than once, I'd have to start over again. It was absolute agony. I died so many times, as many rooms had 5+ enemies which could jump me at once. So I had to learn, gradually, the exact patterns I could run so that I could avoid taking the damage. It was the most pathetic I've felt playing a game. It took quite a few hours, and I was so close to giving up. But in the end, I did it. I suffered, but I did it. Upped and ran past every single enemy in that large level. And after doing that, I felt more satisfaction that I can ever remember feeling from playing a game - even after defeating Dark Souls bosses or something like that. I was rewarded by the game's real ending sequence (which is awesome).

I felt a warm glow of pride from being able to successfully run away from trash mobs on easy difficulty. 10/10 game is an emotional rollercoaster, would recommend the suffering to anyone.
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Roxas
74.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 23
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2 is a tough nut to crack in terms of a good review.

The game was released too early and so there are still broken missions, to this day. It was also meant to be a build up for a third installment, which never came due to EA's Star Wars: The Old Republic which (and by trying to spoil as little as possible) leaves you with an incredibly bitter after taste when the credits roll after Knights of the Old Republic 2.

And yet, I replay it at least once a year and have done so since its release. Even though this sequal to the classic is a lot lazier in terms of character substance and campaign.

So, what is it that takes us back to this unfinished sequal of, what I think is, one of the best RPG's ever made?

Star Wars: Knights of the Republic 2 goes dark. There is no better way of saying it. While its predecessor let you choose the Dark Side for the sake of sadistic fun, Kotor 2 shows you what the force really is, and how little it means in the end to be a Jedi or a Sith.

I recall a particular moment, very simular to many from the first game, where a beggar comes up to you and ask for money. Choosing the Light Side option as I normally do, my Jedi gave the beggar a few credits and sent him on his merry way. I was given a few Light Side points for my kindness.

Then, a wild Treya appears.

Treya is an enigma, and the very first character you meet in the game. She will keep a close eye on you, be you Light side or Dark and right there, she shows you a vision of the man, and how he walks off to get himself a meal. She tells you that every action has its consiquence, followed by your vision of the man being robbed, and murdered. You gave him the money. You made him a target.

And this is the excellence of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2. It goes further than option one and option two. This game will test you, not only as a player, but as a person. It has its bugs, to the points that it actually needs a MOD to even be playable on some machines, but if you get it running, and if you have the time to put into it, I strongly recomend this game.

To me, this is not only one of the very best RPG's, but one of the very finest storylines ever written.

May the force be with you.

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Optimusprime809
49.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 23
One of the best games I've ever played, and definitely one of the best story based games I've played. It's best played with the Restored Content mod from the Workshop.
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Sky Stryker <Cloud Priest>
262.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 23
Darth Nilus and Darth Scion are the bad guys. They are on a mission to have violent sex with you. A long time ago you were a Jedi, you trained under the infamous Darth Mercurial and his lover Darth Reba. The battles are long and the journey is short. A game with a lot of fluffing but not pay off.
Most of the game you are running in a circle, jerking off every spacer and smuggler you can get your greasy palms around. AFter killing all the potential children by wasting alien ♥♥♥♥♥ you get the famous Ebony Fox. This ship is equiped with the latest in blacksplotative weapons. THe Afrom Cutter, the Brown Sugar Thigh ray, Africannon, and Etc.
Do I recommend this game, yes it is edgy and dark, with a fair amount of butt secks. Finding out the true identity of the Entity is a thrill in the hot pocket. Now to be fair, nothing beats the polish of the original, Star Wars Girlfriend simulator, but this one changes the structure up in a pizza blasters kinda way.
No one is born with every stat at 10 but once in a while a game comes along and challenges your gender and sexuality. This game does that fantastically. Too bad its a C- game at best. ♥♥♥♥ YOU!
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Claire Stanfield
75.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 23
I don't write reviews on Steam often. This game is one of my exceptions. KOTOR II may also be my favorite Star Wars story. The movies are great, so is KOTOR I, and I highly recommend them as well, however KOTOR II is very much the Dostoevsky to their Stephen King, forgive the dorky literary analog. One is entertaining, whereas the other makes you think. KOTOR II is, on the surface, a rather standard RPG. You're railroaded from point A to B through various locales, picking up side quests, and trying to beat the Big Bad. Standard ♥♥♥♥ honestly. Where the game excels is in how this is presented. Rather than the standard adventure approach we are so used to, KOTOR II instead takes the chance to tell a dark, ambiguous, and complex tale exploring betrayal, anger, hope, apathy, revenge, the nature of good and evil, the nature of the Force, the complexity of human emotions, relationships, loss, and most importantly, finding out who you are. This is not in the sense we explore in KOTOR I, for those of you who've played it. This is not the tale of an amnesiac, it is the tale of a broken man/woman who has been repeatedly betrayed by everyone, and everything they've trusted. It's the tale of someone trying to find meaning for themselves in a world that has repeatedly stolen meaning from them. Even as you make the choices for your Jedi, man or woman, good or evil, Consular or Sentinel, it all ingeniously boils down to who this character is. You can help define them, but unlike the MC of KOTOR I, the history truly means something more than an interesting twist, or a way to move along plot. It starkly defines all that you do, from beginning to end in ways that require you to question every action you make. This might be one of few games out there, where being the good guy can still make you feel like ♥♥♥♥ by the end of the game. As the game so splendidly relates, all that you do has an effect, both seen and unseen, and how neither extreme, light or dark, can be wholly considered right or wrong. Even after all of that I'm nowhere near describing the amazing characters, quest-lines, quotes, philosophical dialogue, and beautiful moody/dark feeling of looming doom, and ambiguity that is summoned by the central plot of this game. Just go out and buy the damn game! It's awesome, and if you're tired of the same old copy and paste characters, and horrendous or uninspired dialogue that saturates most RPG's, look no further. The game is a masterpiece! As a quick side note, get the TSLRCM mod, the base game is good, but sadly Obsidian, as is often the case with them, had a tight deadline, and couldn't make the game as bug free, nor as filled with content as they intended. The mod adds a lot of cut content, including a new planet (It isn't huge, or filled with tons more quests, so don't get too excited.), fixes several game breaking, or quest breaking bugs, and generally just irons out a lot of issues the initial release had.
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JHarper
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 22
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Powerglove64
43.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 22
This game, this game....now I understand where the “average rating” scored came from and here's why.
I played the first game and gave it a review; it was a good standard star wars space opera game that had good story, characters and good gameplay. When I bought the sequel I thought it would be epic but no, it felt more on the lines of average. Probably slightly below average but average is what I most felt it.

STORY

The story here had potential it really does! It builds up to this sense hype of the reveal. As you start to progress from the story you meet this old Jedi name Kreia and you start having this bond between you and her as apprentice master, you start noticing that the Sith is back (not big surprise honestly) and you must convince the Jedi order to join your side but it will be difficult because of your exile from the Order that you had committed.

It felt so exciting but it began slowly with plot holes that make no sense, like leaving the mining field and suddenly boom! Sith just appear right out of nowhere in the mine facility, those moments you swear you feel you miss watching some cut scenes. Not to mention the ending where it leaves you a cliffhanger and you just ask what happen to this certain event, or why is he important to the certain role that at the end you forgot about him in the first place. All of this doesn’t explain and it acts that kotor 3 will come “for the truth” which honestly doesn’t deserve that excuse for an easy explanation to the minor plot holes (especially of how nice the revelation came to be.) Not only that but certain moments of the game you feel a rush of excitement when combat starts but in moments where you think the “badass” comes, it falls flat. Sometimes those moments are good but sometimes there are weak moments I can’t explain why they didn’t pursue those moments to be epic once, maybe budget or time cuts?

Star wars the clone characters

Now don’t get me wrong, there are now many new aliens in kotor 2 and they have improved on the human models to not look the same all the time. No, I am talking about your AI companions, they aren’t that bad is just that first I notice that most of the personality they act comes from the previous characters from kotor 1, I don’t know if is me but I swear Atton is like a copy of Carth, but much annoying, his back story doesn’t even help liking him more. As for the rest of the characters I don’t find them as much of a connection as to my old crew, for one thing the new “trust” system looks good at first but then certain dialogues tend to repeat themselves if not few, so there is not much of open conversation unless I’m missing something? The worst thing about your companions is that half of them are useless on their purpose to "follow you", Mira and especially G0-T0 is the worst offenders because their existence is absolute pointless, they could just be easily set aside as quest favors or temporarily companions, those characters I stumble upon almost at the end of the game, which by the time I go for the final mission I forgot I can select this character she/he decide to tag along.

There are few new characters I sort of fond of like Visa a blind Sith who seeks the truth of your adventure and Kreia, an interesting wise old (yet selfish she seems within her reason) Jedi who wants to lead the protagonist to the right path, at least in her view. The technician and finally the always fan favorite HK-47 who is now I think funnier than ever before especially if you give him the Pacific chip, you will get a chuckle out of him. You can always influence your partners to be good or bad depends of your Force meter and even train them to be Jedi padawans! Though their attitudes don’t change only when enough “trust” and finish some certain dialogue you can teach them of the force, that’s all.

How about the villains they are great right! Well….one of them, Sith Sion looks so cool with its corpse shape body, don’t feel any pain and just want death! The other with a haunted mask, um…what’s his name again? Half of the play through I completely forgot his name, he had potential he looks like a badass next level villain going on, he is a leech that sucks up the Force and drains it out until the person is dead is sounds so cool-if we get more scenes out of him! Back story I don’t know much about except when I look in Kotor 2 wiki to know more about the guy and I only know little of him in the game, the comic seems to show a bit more backstory and shows more of an actual intimidating villian. Sadly in the game he is an underrated villain that gets a few lines and screenshots like Darth Maul and not the full extend potential this guy could have been. I love him and Sion and I want him to have as much attention as he had but I guess the comic should make it up for it.

dark side, light side what’s the difference?

Sadly they dumb down the “moral meter” like if you're going for light side, yes you have good moments with people you met but the major characters that will judge you near the end, nope they will treat you like a monster and at the end your effect will be “good” but only through story telling instead of seeing the effects. Want to be dark side, be a prick to everyone with no reason and the major characters will see you the same monster they still sees in you and at the end your effects, same thing story telling that you "feel" the horrid impact but the effect is less than when you are good, show don’t tell is always important. Especially in the “trust” system your partners morals are really one sided, like one of the good character calls you out on doing something bad but next mission she slaughter innocent characters and even encourage the players to do so. There is the flaw of the trust system the inconsistent character moral placements, it just do what it wants to nag you and the characters will have no impact if you did something terribly wrong, they would not question nor abandon you or any, though if you go to the dark side you will get more dark side characters than it is light side characters, but it is the same. Bad characters don’t react on your good behavior on some missions but in one particular simple mission they would go all out on you.

Gameplay and Conclusion

Gameplay is nice and it adds a few elements to it like crafting, new force powers, new partner trust system, they are good but it feels like this game had been rush like it could have add more than just a few treats and that’s what most people had an issue with. Not only cut contents but the bugs is everywhere! I spot many dialogue glitch problems when talking to an NPC, not to mention some scenes will froze itself or don’t do anything, it is frustrating. Thankfully and I can’t believe I haven’t realize the existing of it, but there is a very good mod called “the sith lord restored content modification (I will link it at the end of the review) it fixes “most” of the issues even add some of the plot holes that was missing, it is like the actual sequel to Kotor 2. At its “vanilla” state I will give a 5/10 (I wish steam has a medium choice option, but as for vanilla state is a no option, but the mod defiinatly a yes on improvment) it had potential but for the “holiday rush” it did show the end result of bugs, missing contents the works. But for the restored mod content if I played it again fully, it could get a 6 or maybe 7 out of 10 but as of now I am moving on to other games so hopefully when I have the time and energy I will play the full version, is a must have to get the full experience.
https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=485537937
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Hyperion
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 22
What do say about this game. Probably that it is one of the best games of all times only made better due to recent patch which itself is crazy because game is quite old.

Not only is game very good, but also a excellent Star Wars experience taking place couple thousand years before Vader and CO and being far more interesting universe for me. Story and character are well fleshed out and despite it being Star Wars also quite serious in some ways.

In short I would say if you have any interest in Star Wars or are you intrested in these older school RPG-s then this game is a must buy. One the few sequels that is if not better than original at least on par to original.
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Alex_of_SA
32.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 22
In this game, you experience the life of a happy-go-lucky member of the Republic, who wants nothing more than happiness for all the galaxy. Everyone likes him and he's a great leader, who does his best to save and help everyone for the better.

Or you can be a complete freaking murder-y evil ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ that draws good people in and corrupts them with the evil that lurks within every corner of his soul. He destroys entire planets and systems for simple cash and will destroy the galaxy if he does not get his way.

Your choice, have fun!
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Elevator Repair
29.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 22
This is a great sequel to the first game and lots of Star Wars fun for people who grew up on good Star Wars movies.
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17 of 18 people (94%) found this review helpful
Recommended
22.2 hrs on record
Posted: July 30
Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords is best played with TSLRCM (Restored Content Mod). If you don't have it for this game, get it. Most mods you will ever download for this game depend on that mod to function correctly.

Alright, let me start of by saying HOLY ♥♥♥♥! I mean KOTOR II was an absolutely incredible game - even better with TSLRCM. As much as I enjoyed KOTOR 1 (and I really really enjoyed that game) I enjoyed this game even more. I'm not sure why this one is more enjoyable, but I'm guessing the fact you can actually influence your companions and train most of them in the ways of the force?

Anyways here is my breakdown of the game:

PROS
+ Includes 57 Steam Achievements (Though for this particular game I find them useless and distracting)
+ Each time you play through the game you may discover/learn something you didn't in the previous playthrough
+ Excellent/Addictive Story
+ In many ways a contiuation of the first, yet not in so many others (Depending on what you say to Atton, Carth and Bastila make an appearance somewhere in the story)

CONS
- Too many technical and non-technical issues & bugs to count. Even with all the TSLRCM fixes there's still quite a lot.
- Feels WAY shorter than the first
- Without TSLRCM, the story will NOT make much sense
- Your first playthrough most likely will be your worst, like mine (but not your last thankfully)
- This marks the end of the KOTOR Games (It's highly unlikely KOTOR III will happen folks)
- The workshop makes installing non-workshop KOTOR II Mods a huge pain in the ♥♥♥ (I'm playing a semi-working but broken game right now thanks to the lousy Workshop)

My Rating: 10/10 (Highly Recommended)
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Recommended
112.6 hrs on record
Posted: July 31
HK-47 - Definition: 'Love' is making a shot to the knees of a target 120 kilometers away using an Aratech sniper rifle with a tri-light scope... Love is knowing your target, putting them in your targeting reticule, and together, achieving a singular purpose against statistically long odds.

Playing this game comes pretty close to that feeling.
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8 of 9 people (89%) found this review helpful
Recommended
161.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 7
Favorite game of all time!!
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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
35.9 hrs on record
Posted: August 15
Now all we need is an open world Jedi Knight RPG with the scale of Elder Scrolls, except with the addition of exploring other planets.

This is not the sweet roll you are looking for.
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
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Recommended
61.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 6
This game is awesome!!!!!! The exile rocks!! And if you really love this game, make sure you get the mods for it. I'm not talking about the silly mods steam has im talking about the ones online you download! They are a must have! Especially for those who've played this game 10x over and need some extra content!
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
57.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 22
An amazing sequel to an amazing game. This role-playing game succeeds in living up to the original and improves many of the problems that its predecessor had while simultaneously adding new features. It is a game that every fan of the genre and franchise should play.
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Recommended
67.9 hrs on record
Posted: August 6
Brilliant game! The Knights of the Old Republic games are to this day my favorite RPGs out there. Incredible stoytelling and character development compliments the gameplay perfectly, and all on a d20 system!
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
56.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 7
As someone that thought the first game was one of the best games ever made. KOTOR 2 with the restored content mod, blows it out the water.

Its dialogue and everything is so superior. I honestly feel like this is possibly the greatest game ever made.

Its by far the greatest thing to ever come out of the Star Wars liscence and universe.

If you want very deep characters, dialogue, story and purpose in your games then get KOTOR 2.

Simply amazing.
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Recommended
46.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 8
Re-playing this game after so many years gave me a real nostalgic feeling.
The game itself is still top notch, though it suffers from missing comfort features and clunky menus.

All in all it is an awesome RPG and i love the fact that you can influence your campanions... to the dark side.

For 10 bucks? Awww yea!
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