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Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic
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Canadian developer BioWare is well known for producing high quality
role-playing games, thanks to its successful Baldur's Gate series, and
offers up what is, in many ways, its finest such game to date in Star
Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. LucasArts wisely delegated the task
of producing a deep and involving Star Wars-themed RPG to BioWare,
which has done a remarkable job of making Knights live up to the Star
Wars name. In fact, Knights arguably lives up to the Star Wars name
better than any other Star Wars property in years, including the last
two theatrical releases. The game's greatest accomplishment is its
focused-yet-open-ended plot progression, which gives you the freedom
to play as either a morally good or evil character--or shades in
between. The struggle between good and evil is, of course, central to
Star Wars and manifests itself extremely well throughout this
outstanding game, which debuted on the Xbox earlier this year. For
good measure, Knights features hours and hours of top-notch voice-over
(all the dialogue is spoken), so you'll certainly be impressed by how
different characters respond differently to you, and you'll also be
impressed by the sheer size of the game. Sadly, a number of bugs and
technical issues in the out-of-the-box product mar what otherwise is
the best version of one of the year's best games.
Those who've played BioWare's computer RPGs--either the Baldur's
Gate series or last year's Neverwinter Nights--will recognize the
influence of these games on Knights of the Old Republic. In fact, the
main difference between the gameplay of Knights and BioWare's previous
games is superficial. This one is played from a third-person
perspective and thus resembles a 3D action adventure game rather than
one of BioWare's older isometric RPGs. Other than that, gameplay is
similar. You create a main character and then explore many different
areas, interact with many different characters, settle many different
disputes, solve many different puzzles, and engage in plenty of
combat. Combat appears to be in real time but actually uses a
turn-based system "under the hood" just like Neverwinter Nights, which
means that your character's statistics and attributes (and your
strategy) make all the difference, and your personal reflexes and
hand-eye coordination have no bearing on the outcome. Most
importantly, Knights is very different from your average RPG in that
you'll always be an active participant in the storyline, rather than a
passive observer. You don't just read, watch, and listen to a lot of
text, cutscenes, and dialogue; instead, your character is constantly
invited and required to make difficult decisions, and that's
ultimately the most entertaining, impressive, and rewarding aspect of
the game. The interface has been completely overhauled for the PC
release of the game, and it works exceptionally well by taking full
advantage of the familiar mouse-and-keyboard controls you're used to
from other games. Additionally, it gives you easy access to all your
options, as well as your inventory, map, and quest log, at all times.
Knights of the Old Republic actually takes place thousands of years
before Star Wars Episode I, though you'll still see many of the same
sorts of alien creatures and technology in the game that you probably
associate with Star Wars. The story begins in the midst of a power
struggle between the Republic and the Sith, an evil Imperial power
that's encroaching on Republic space. Your character seems to be just
another Republic trooper, and, at the beginning of the game, you
manage to avoid certain death as your spaceship is attacked and
destroyed. Your escape pod lands on a world that's been put under
quarantine by the Sith, so your first order of business is to find a
means of escape. You also need to find out what happened to Bastila, a
gifted young Jedi who is key to the Republic's war efforts and who
also managed to flee your doomed ship. Later, you'll be charged with
uncovering the secrets of an ancient relic, called the star forge,
apparently the key to the Sith's seemingly limitless supply of
1- Extract Rar File
2- Mount ISO file with DAEMON Tools (Or whatever)
3- Click "Setup.exe" to Instal the Game
4- Copy "swkotor.exe" From Crack Folder to the Folder Game Directory
5- Play )
* OS : Windows 98/98SE/ME/2000/WinXP
* CPU : Intel Pentium III 1.0 GHz or AMD Athlon 1.0 GHz
* Memory : 128 MB RAM for Windows 98, 256 MB RAM for Windows
* HDD : 4 GB free Disk Space
* Graphics : 32 MB OpenGL 1.4 compatible PCI or AGP 3D Hardware
* Sound Card : DirectX 9 Compatible
* DirectX : Version 9.0c
* OS : Windows 98/98SE/ME/2000/WinXP
* CPU : Intel Pentium III 1.6 GHz or AMD Athlon 1.6 GHz
* Memory : 512 MB RAM
* HDD : 4 GB free Disk Space
* Graphics : 128 MB OpenGL 1.4 compatible PCI or AGP 3D Hardware
* Sound Card : DirectX 9 Compatible
* DirectX : Version 9.0c
Supported Graphics Cards
ATI Radeon 8500/9000/9200
ATI Radeon 9500/9600/9700/9800
NVIDIA GeForce 2/3/4 family
NVIDIA GeForceFX family
ATI Radeon 9200 or
NVIDIA GeForce4 Ti
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