Posté le : 30 avril
The first KOTOR is the reason I bought an Xbox. It was cheaper than a PC, and my roomate had gotten me hooked. It was one of the most enjoyable gaming experiences I'd had. Now that I'm back on a PC, I decided to pick up KOTOR 1 & 2 on a Steam sale. Boy, am I ever glad that I did.
This game, in particular, really caught the struggle of a Jedi trying to do what's right, despite the over-bearing Council and their antiquated view of having white vs. black ideals. It is a study in what it means to be Jedi or Sith, showing an overwhelming need for thinking more skewed towards the gray. It was once said that only Sith deal in absolutes, but this duo of games prove that is not the case. It is as much the harbingers of the Light as those of the Dark that are to blame for the state of things in the galaxy; the death, suffering, and loss included.
Each side seeks to eliminate the other to bring about balance. Absolutes of Light and Dark, by their very nature, forbid balance. Balance can only be achieved if both exist... or neither.
This story is worth your $10.
Mastered the Light Side and stopped the death of the Force, 11/10 will play ad nauseum.