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Gamezilla: KOTOR 2 - carbon copy of the original

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Gamezilla: KOTOR 2 - carbon copy of the original

Review - posted by Vault Dweller on Wed 22 December 2004, 19:44:21

Tags: Obsidian Entertainment; Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2: The Sith Lords

A mini-review of KOTOR 2 from Gamezilla. I guess they figured that 2.5 paragraphs are more than enough to cover "an expansion pack"

The greatest and most unfortunate part of this game is that it's almost a carbon copy of the original Knights. While this isn't a bad thing, because it was a solid gameplay design to begin with, there's not much more beyond a couple of interface improvements, some new powers, and a brand new story. Some of the graphical elements have been improved, but the thing I was most disappointed with was actually the script itself, as some of the writing in this game is truly atrocious. That aside, it’s still invigorating to have a choice to play light side or dark side characters, with your own character starting out as a Jedi (no waiting around for a few levels of a normal class this time), and with your trusted comrades moving towards the light side and dark side depending on your own choices.

I sense disturbance in the Force

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