Judge Oniell Ford 2.5
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Aside with the random & interesting glitches, Star Wars: KOTOR is a terrific game. Not only is the plot fleshed out and the cast & dialogue well-written, but the game gives you a lot of replay value. There's so much to do in KOTOR 1, it's a shame that the sequel had to be rushed.
As for the MMO, it was fun at first but got old fast. Sure, it allowed your character to be portrayed with a voice and a personality, but it wasn't what many people expected it to be. No matter who you played as, what you chose to be and how you handled situations, the outcomes were almost ALWAYS the same. Very little differences. Very little diversity. Very little thought put into it.
They removed the classic RPG elements of the main games and replaced them with overused MMO standards. If only they made it a game with many different ways of completing the quests, the unforgiving consequences like most old RPG's (though not as harsh as FOnline 2238) and combined them with original & balanced MMO mechanics, would they have made a worthy replacement of Star Wars Galaxies.
Star Wars: The Old Republic was, in short, a World of Warcraft game set in the Star Wars Universe with Mass Effect dialogue. Shortly after finding out about Mass Effect 3, I realized BioWare's true beliefs and views on its players & subscribers. I quickly left SW:TOR and vowed never to give them another penny out of my wallet!
24 December 2012