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More heat on KOTOR 2 - GMR review

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More heat on KOTOR 2 - GMR review

Review - posted by Vault Dweller on Sun 9 January 2005, 20:52:54

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

GMR Source has posted a mini-review of KOTOR 2. The score is 6/10 on account of bad graphics and horrible presentation, whatever it is. I hope that they would start rating box art and manual design soon, because evaluating games based on gameplay is, like, so yesterday.

What really made me mad was how they said something about 'Whatever I do, my party will follow', um, no. First you have to gain their 'influence' which means even though you might want to sway to the dark side you cannot gain influence unless you impress your party which also means netting a little light side points too. One thing that made my blood boil was the lag I got while playing this. I'm not talking about a skipped animation ( Which also happens alot ) but, the kind of lag you might get trying to play Doom III multiplayer on 128 mb of RAM. And trust me, THAT is NOT fun at all.
Check out the comments at the end:

dude u r wierd man half of wot u said bout the bad parets of the game are like jesus man how the ***** are u gonna no wot iitem u got wit out a item menu i mean seriously u wouldnt even no what it does. and wot if u forgot a quest hmm just sit there lifeless and give up or wait luk in the frigging journal hello anybody home bad review!
If that's a representative of Bioware/Obsidian target audience, then it's just sad.


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