Escoge tu camino. Cuatro mil años antes de la fundación del Imperio Galáctico cientos de caballeros Jedi han caído en la batalla contra los despiadados Sith. Tú eres la última esperanza de la Orden Jedi. ¿Podrás dominar el increíble poder de la Fuerza durante tu búsqueda para salvar la República? ¿o te dejarás tentar por el lado oscuro?
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Incluye 14 artículos: Star Wars Battlefront® II, Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast, Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II, Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, Star Wars Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith, Star Wars Republic Commando™, Star Wars Starfighter™, Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes, Star Wars The Force Unleashed: Ultimate Sith Edition, STAR WARS® THE FORCE UNLEASHED II, Star Wars: Dark Forces, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Star Wars® Empire at War™: Gold Pack, STAR WARS®: Knights of the Old Republic™ II

 

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"A great RPG made by Bioware prior to Mass Effect this game is what inspired them to make the Mass Effects games to allow more creative liberty."

Acerca de este juego

Escoge tu camino.
Cuatro mil años antes de la fundación del Imperio Galáctico cientos de caballeros Jedi han caído en la batalla contra los despiadados Sith. Tú eres la última esperanza de la Orden Jedi. ¿Podrás dominar el increíble poder de la Fuerza durante tu búsqueda para salvar la República? ¿o te dejarás tentar por el lado oscuro? Héroe o villano, salvador o conquistador... ¡sólo tú podrás decidir el destino de toda la galaxia!
  • Una nueva experiencia de rol basada en Star Wars con personajes, criaturas, vehículos y planetas únicos.
  • Aprende a usar la Fuerza con más de 40 poderes distintos y construye tu propio sable de luz.
  • Descubre las localizaciones más populares de Star Wars incluyendo Tatooine y el planeta natal de los Wookiee, Kashyyyk.
  • Escoge tu equipo entre nueve personajes personalizables, incluyendo Twi'leks, droides y Wookiees.
  • Viaja a ocho enormes planetas en tu propia nave espacial, el Halcón de Ébano.

Requisitos del sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
    • SO: Windows XP / Windows Vista
    • Procesador: Intel Pentium 3 a 1 GHz o AMD Athlon a 1 GHz
    • Memoria: 256 MB de RAM
    • Gráficos: 32 MB con Hardware T&L
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0b o posterior
    • Disco Duro: 3.5 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectX 9.0b
    • SO: Mac OS X 10.6.8 o posterior
    • Procesador: Chipset Intel a 1.8 GHz o superior
    • Memoria: 512 MB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 5 GB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: ATI Radeon X1600 / nVidia Geforce 7300 con 128 de VRAM o superior
    • Idiomas: Inglés, francés y alemán

    • Gráficas soportadas: nVidia GeForce 7300, 7600, 8600, 8800, 9400, 9600, GT 120, 320M, 330M. ATI Radeon X1600, X1900,HD 2400, HD 2600, HD 3870, HD 4670, HD 4850, HD 5670, HD 5750, HD 5770, HD 5870, HD 6750. Intel HD Graphics 3000

    • Adicional: Los chipsets gráficos integrados Intel no están soportados. Este juego no está soportado en volúmenes formateados como Mac OS Plus (mayús./minús.), solo chipsets Apple Intel. Los procesadores PowerPC (G4 y G5) no están soportados

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Realmente impresionante, una experiencia difícil de describir con palabras, BioWare hizo gala de su habilidad para hace juegos de rol con una franquicia como Star Wars. ¿Qué podía salir mal? Absolutamente nada. Historia y jugabilidad sublimes, te envuelve en la historia hasta el final, con altas posibilidades de rejugabilidad, promete mínimo unas 20 horas de juego sin contar las misiones secundarias de todos los planetas, totalmente compatible con Windows 7. Dos finales distintos y básicamente dos tramas distintas según que lado decides tomar, un final totalmente inesperado y, en general, un juego de los que ya no se ven ahora. Como recomendación para BioWare, dejaría The Old Republic y me pondría con un KOTOR 3.
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Para los crashes en las cinematicas. Ir al proceso del juego, establecer afinidad y dejar únicamente un procesador mientras ejecutas el juego.
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Muchos de los fans de Star Wars conocen este juego, salido en el ya lejano 2003.
Pero para los que aun no lo conozcan o no se hayan convencido de jugarlo, les dejo este análisis.

Este juego fue desarrollado por la empresa BioWare, conocida por otros títulos, especialmente del género rol (RPG para los más gamers) como Mass Effect o Dragon Age.
En él, se nos presenta la galáxia de Star Wars miles de años antes de las películas que todos conocemos. En esa época, la galáxia estaba sacudida por la guerra. Una armada Sith que salió de nadie sabe del todo donde ataca indiscriminadamente la república galáctica y nuestro personaje se ve envuelto en el conflicto. Mas exactamente, a bordo de una nave que está siendo atacada en ese mismo instante.
A partir de ese momento se nos presenta el juego. Sus características roleras no pasan inadvertidas, sobretodo porque el juego se basa en tiradas de D20 (resultados aleatorios de 1 a 20 con un cierto grado de éxito) y el rango de actividades va desde el combate con espadas de luz o pistolas bláster (espadas clásicas incluidas) hasta carreras de motos a toda velocidad (bueno, llamarlas carreras es pasarse un poco, pero son divertidas igual) y apuestas en juegos de cartas.
El argumento es ciertamente bueno, con algunos giros de guión que pueden llegar a sorprender incluso a los más avispados. La báse al inicio del juego es sobrevivir, aunque luego nos lanzaremos en una épica mision para descubrir la razón de la guerra y del poder acumulado por los Sith.
A nivel de banda sonora tenemos al compositor Jeremy Soule, listo para ambientar cuando se requiere o para dar tonos más fuertes cuando nos lanzamos al combate.
Los personajes del juego, en especial los NPC/PC (que podemos controlar de modo activo en los combates) que nos acompañan.
Los gráficos son claramente mejorables, aunque hay que tener en cuenta que este juego tiene sus añitos.

Mi nota para Star Wars: Caballeros de la Antigua República es un 9/10. Gran historia, gran banda sonora, buenos gráficos y el juego solo ha envejecido a nivel de gráficos.
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¡¡¡ Epico,simplemente epico !!! este juego le jugue cuando salio en su dia hace años y no termine de pasarmelo pero si que hice muchisimo del juego,muchas horas invertidas,etc... pero perdi el juego :( ,ahora le vi otra vez de oferta y bien barato por lo que dije lo compro si o si para terminarlo y rejugarlo de lo que me gusto jejeje

Graficos: La verdad que no tiene muchos, son normalitos tirando a malos pero con la buena historia que tiene te da igual :P

Sonido: Bastante buena banda sonora ambientada en Star Wars

Jugabilidad: Muy buena, puedes elegir tu equipo de personajes que te acompañen, armas, ropa,etc... tambien puedes elegir ser Jedi o Sith esta a tu eleccion, poco a poco segun avanzas vas viendo como te combiertes en el personaje que quieres,fuerte,rapido y letal :D

Mi nota 10/10
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Si te gustan los RPG y StarWars este es el juego perfecto.
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What can I say about Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic that hasn't already been said. It is a wonderfully made RPG set within the rich, well-loved universe of Star Wars. This game has it all for both Star Wars fans and RPG fans.

Get it, play it, love it.
Play the sequel. love it.
Play SWTOR and get angry.

10/10
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This Game was the first RPG i ever really got into and it still to this day is my favorite game of all time and the best star wars game of all time here are the reasons why

1.Amazing Story

2.Great and Addictive Combat

3.Tons Of Side Quests

and finaly 4. BEST GAME I EVER PLAYED!!!!!!!!!

Verdict this game is to good for standard Scoring 11/10
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Before Mass Effect there was Knights of the Old Republic. Bioware, in 2003, decided to introduce a decision-making system which enabled you, the player, to align yourself with either the light or the dark side. Major plot decisions could be made and your gender could also yield different options during the conversations.

This is one of the things one can like in KotOR. The two different alignments enable you to have at least two different playthroughs. But you have many side missions anyway. Even the companions can give you some.

The world where the game takes place in shows us the previously unknown history of the Star Wars universe. A world that is 4,000 years before the films are taking place. You are awaken on a ship that is being attacked by Darth Malak. Your job is to escape, find companions, regroup and annihilate your archenemy. Of course, in the process you get to learn the Jedi way!

Do note that the game is round-based. You pick the actions necessary (though this is limited each round) and you can even pause at certain points. You can also make a decision on behalf of your companions - the choice is really yours. What I have found out about the game later on is that it is based on Dungeons and Dragons rules. And the actions are calculated in accordance with these rules. As to how successfully the dice were rolled and what modifications were applied to the damages you are not told - but this is accessible from a menu.

The game has excellent music (composed by Jeremy Soule), a long-lasting experience and, well, I wanted to say good graphics, but as the game has aged in the last 10 years or so, this is not really true anymore. Still, the art design is as Star Wars-esque as it can get and this being a Bioware RPG I highly recommend it. Not just for Star Wars fans or Bioware fans but to everybody wanting to have a good time!
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(Force Persuade) You will find this helpfull
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CARTH SEEMS UPSET
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The Best Star Wars Game Ever
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I re-purchased this on Steam to show further support. This game, and it's sequal, are two of the best RPGs ever made. If you have any interest in Star Wars or in Role Playing Games at all, please buy this. It's almost incomparably good.
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Star Wars: Knights of The Old Republic is a fantastic game. It really doesn't get better than this. The amazing Story, the fun gameplay, the likeable characters , everything seems to be perfect on this game. I'd definitely recommend this game to anyone that considers himself a Star Wars fan, and loves the Old Republic era.
And after playing KOTOR, you should definitely give KOTOR 2 a try. (Sadly I doubt there would ever be a KOTOR 3)

I have heard people having issues while running this game(specially in new hardware), but I can't really say anything about that. The game played normally on my computer, with no problems.
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Best Star Wars game I've ever played, hands down. Graphics obviously a bit dated nowadays and there are a few bugs here and there depending on your OS; however, don't let this stop you from playing one of the best RPGs in the last decade!
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So good! I was skeptical about the gameplay when I used to watch videos of this game but it works really well.
You have 20 levels to rank up jedi powers, combat skills and feats (your starting class determines which of these 3 categories gets the most points per level up). A jedi power available is force lightning, a combat skill is something like flurry which increases your number of attacks but they deal less damage and might not hit and a feat is which type of armour you can wear or other passive benefits.
Combat is played on a turn-based dice roll system which might sound off-putting but works out well. Throughout the game you will meet characters who join you on your spaceship and you may choose 2 of them to accompany you outside of the ship. Companions will have their own stats, gear and skills so you can play around this (if you come across a companion with high lockpicking you might choose not to level your own and swap to this companion to unlock things for you). You can choose to level up your companions skills manually or automatically.
You can choose preset combat manoeuvres for yourself and companions such as ranged attacking or jedi support (buffs and heals) or you can choose to manually decide you and your parties actions by pausing the combat and assign attacks and items to a queue. You also don't have to use companions at all, you can elect to play in a solo mode where all the exp gained from enemies will go straight to your character. You also don't have to worry about this mode because companions will automatically be boosted to your level if you haven't used them.
How you play the game is up to you. I went for a dual-lightsaber character with light armour and attack bonus jedi powers but you can play as a sniper, explosives expert, jedi caster or even unarmed fighting.
The story is really what made the experience for me however. You will travel to multiple planets, gain your own starship, meet interesting characters and get to interact with almost every NPC you come across with multiple lines of dialogue and character development.
One downside to this game is that you can't play in a widescreen resolution without using mods (although guides can be found for this on the forums here on steam, along with HD mods and many others).
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Whether you are into the Star Wars universe or not, KotOR is one of the best sci-fi RPGs ever made.

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There is so much to love about KotOR that it is hard to decide what to begin with. Everything feels fleshy and alive. NPCs interactions are outstanding and those between the members of your party give this game even more "thickness". The levels are very well designed and diverse: deserts, cities, ruins, spaceships, underwater stations, ... not two places are the same, barring enemy bases. And with a tool like Flawless Widescreen to make the game 1080p, they take a new dimension. The plot is great, with a few twists and important choices. Combat, despite being turn-based with behind-the-scenes dice rolls, is excellent too. And then there is the pazaak minigame and swoop races if you need cash or a break from the main plot! Even a decade after its release, Knights of the Old Republic does not feel outdated at all and truly deserves its place as a classic.

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No game is perfect and KotOR is no exception: The camera movements are a little weird at times, the difficulty is uneven, there is a lot of unnecessary walking, and the poor inventory system makes it hard to find items as the list gets longer. I had a few crashes, especially with the movies that I had to remove entirely to prevent CTDs.

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This review is based on a purely vanilla playthrough

+ Character creation allows stat customizations right from the get-go, and goes the extra mile by adding a 'recommended' button that offers balanced numbers based on class; useful feature for beginners
+ Very even and agreeable pace throughout the entirety of the game; never felt too fast, slow, or interspersed with filler content
+ Excellent, marvelous soundtrack; really keeps you in the game, and does well to make this title feel true to the franchise
+ Mercifully short load times
+ There are myriad available side-quests, all voiced
+ Combat mechanics are well thought-out (despite 'dice-roll' RNG, of which I am not normally fond, as a general rule) and give you plenty of room for creativity and finesse
+ Excellent story with lots of depth and freedom of choice
+ While some characters remained a bit two-dimensional throughout the game, the majority of them are adequately fleshed-out and seem to develop to some extend
+ The game includes a few optional minigames (eg. Pazaak Cards)
+ Multiple endings, based entirely around the player's decisions
+ Tons and tons of lore-friendly set-pieces and items (both practical and aesthetic)
+ Extremely, alarmingly mod-friendly
+ An absolute plethora of immersive dialogue options
+ Boasts a few masterful plot twists

- Poor camera; you get used to it, but it's initially quite frustrating and limited in functionality
- Poor inventory system; throws everything into one long list as you accumulate items, leading to lots of monotonous scrolling when looking for equipment (mostly a problem for fellow hoarders, you could just sell all of your junk)
- Mostly flat, uninspired voice-overs (some voice actors were of inordinately better quality, though that mostly served to highlight the disparity)
- AI movement is mostly terrible, leading to waiting for characters to catch up, and lots of blocked doors/paths
- While the plot is generally very strong, some of the dialogue writing is bland and lazy
- Lots and lots of bugs and glitches; most notably terrain glitches and a few CTDs (some of this can be fixed with a small amount of modding, I'm told)
- The autosave function is too sparse in functionality, and has led to some extremely frustrating moments

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One of the best games I've ever played. Seriously.
Skip to the bottom if you want a TL;DR.
According to Steam I've only played 23 hours' worth – that's not true. I've always had weird problems with the whole connection with Steam – one day it'll say I've played 31 hours, the next it'll say I've only played 7. I am pretty sure I've logged over 40 hours of gameplay on this.
Not much, when you compare it to other people's times. But I'm not a hardcore gamer. I game when I have some spare time.
This game is seriously good.
Sure, the combat is a bit odd and clunky, especially if you're used to modern games or if you don't role-play, but give it a bit and it'll feel natural. I actually prefer it.
The story is gripping, the characters well-developed.
It really does it's job in inserting you into the Star Wars universe, and story wise I have no complaints.
One complaint I do have is the length of time you spend running around. It's at least seventy percent of the game. And for some reason it just feels like a real drag.
TL;DR?
Excellent game, story is brilliant, role-play-style combat system, too much running around.
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Ok let me just start off by saying best thing since the movies. I didn't think it would be any good or that much fun but let me tell you it is most certainly worth buying. It has a good story good charecters the combat is just ok and also has a great plot twist. Also the light and dark choices and options were so distinct. Bottom line best thing bioware made next to mass effect so get it now! However if you didn't like the star wars movies you might not like this.....
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It's like Skyrim with lightsabers.

get outta town 11/10
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