Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (Microsoft Xbox, 2003)
About this product
|The first role-playing game based in the Star Wars universe finds players controlling a three-party team from a third-person perspective. The setting takes place 4,000 years before the formation of the Galactic Empire, where the Jedi and Sith number in the thousands and are embroiled in a war that could upset the balance of the Force. Players choose a male or female human character to begin the game, with three classes initially available: scoundrel, scout, and soldier. During the adventure players will meet with a wide assortment of races, including humans, droids, Wookiees, and Twil'leks, with nine additional characters able to join their party.|
The journey will span seven worlds as players ultimately decide on a path of good or evil, from the confines of the Jedi Academy on Dantooine to the forests of Kashyyyk, the Sith realm of Korriban, and the desert planet of Tatooine. Developer BioWare moves away from the interface used in its Baldur's Gate series to create a new turn-based combat system using the 3D engine. Players will also be able to ride a swoop bike to earn cash rewards, fend off enemy ships from behind a gun turret, and participate in other events, such as an original card game loosely based on blackjack, that offer a diversion from the main storyline.
As players grow in ability during the course of adventuring, whether it's by completing quests or through the rigors of combat, they can return to their main vessel, the Ebon Hawk, to train, build custom weapons, or to swap members in and out of their party. The Ebon Hawk also serves as the primary means of transport between worlds. Knights of the Old Republic is exclusive to the Xbox console at the time of its release, with a PC version of the game available in November 2003. Both games feature interfaces and settings unique to the platform on which they appear. Those with an Xbox Live connection will also be able to download bonus content, including additional worlds, characters, and quests.
|Game||Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic|
|ESRB Rating||T - Teen|
|Number of Players||1|
|Game Special Features|
Most relevant reviews
- weem-reOct 15, 2015Verified purchase - USEDby
Great game, Great deal.
I recently bought this game, and so far so good. I have played the whole game already and have not had a ny scratches or trouble with the disc. I hope that I will see more products from him, because he gave me a really good deal on this great game.
- newgamermanOct 23, 2015Verified purchase - USEDby
was great and good
got this but did not really work but i plan get athere one win i get chane but i know this good game .
- fordchick73Dec 1, 2005by
I've been through this game 4 times, and about to start it a 5th time, just love it and love the way the game play changes with how you develop your character. Definitely great entertainment value!
- 269993680@delet...Mar 13, 2007by
The best Star Wars RPG
This game is what started Fable with the good and bad side. In this Star wars Game you can choose if you want to be on the Dark Side or the Light Side. The choices are simple through out the game you will be asked to perform certain task or certain choices you will have to make this will affect the good versus evil bar. The choice s you make also effect your appearance throughout the game. You can become the most powerful Sith Lord or the Best Jedi. This makes the game more appealing in my eyes. This has great graphics, great game play, and a Great story line. This has a high replay value your choices choose the ending. This is well worth the money to play.
- thecalves95Jul 5, 2015by
Best story-line & character development in a game out there.
Arrived on time and works perfectly. The actually game is captivating and a must play. Plenty of choices and freedom in the game that provide constant interest. The story-line and characters are some of the best developed in a game. Very engaging.