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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (2003)

A republic soldier, training to become a Jedi Knight, is given the task of halting the conquest of Darth Malak by discovering the location of a weapon known as the Star Forge.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Bastila Shan (voice)
Carth Onasi (voice)
Rafael Ferrer ...
Darth Malak (voice)
John Cygan ...
Canderous Ordo (voice)
Kristoffer Tabori ...
HK-47 / Jedi Knight / Republic Negotiator (voice)
Jolee Bindo (voice)
Juhani (voice)
Mission Vao (voice) (as Cat Taber)
Master Dorak / Bounty Hunter (voice)
(voice) (as Bill E. Martin)
Master Zhar Lestin / Mysterious Man / Eli Gand / Sith Interrogator / Czerka Officer (voice)
Kono Nolan / Sith Diplomat / Trewin / Commander Grann / Sith Apprentice (voice)
Admiral Forn Dodonna / Helena Shan / Elora / Hidden Bek Lookout / Taris Citizen (voice)


Four thousand years before the fall of the Republic, before the fall of the Jedi, a great war was fought, between the armies of the Sith and the forces of the Republic. A warrior is chosen to rescue a Jedi with a power important to the cause of the Republic, but in the end, will the warrior fight for the Light Side of the Force, or succumb to the Darkness? Written by Miriani

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18 July 2003 (USA)  »

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The Ebon Hawk is modeled in part after the Millennium Falcon from the original "Star Wars" trilogy. See more »


Ignus, the manager of the hotel in Manaan. He tells you that he saw Sunry running away from the hotel after he heard a blaster shot when you ask about the murder. If you use Force Persuade to get him to testify to the court that Sunry left after the shot he doesn't and it is harder to try and find Sunry innocent. See more »


Canderous Ordo: Do you have anything else you want to ask?
Revan Shan: Nothing more right now.
Canderous Ordo: Your choice. I'm here if you want something done right.
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Simply a great RPG.
10 April 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Another fine product from Bioware. The people who brought you the Baldur's Gate series, Icewind Dale and Neverwinter Nights have struck again. In fact the game is remarkably like Neverwinter Nights but excels in so many different areas than it's counterpart. And the fact that it is Star Wars, which has so much more appeal to the regular joe than a D&D game, just adds to the factor.

Let's talk about plot. Yessir, please. This is the greatest plot ever put into an RPG game. The major plot twist ranks up there with the Usual Suspects. To those readers out there who haven't played the game, I am not exaggerating. To you newbies, pay attention to the dialog in the game and the unfolding plot rather than concentrating on the action. You will smile at the coolness of it all when IT occurs.

Not to say the action won't keep you salivating. From the get go, you are thrown into battle with a whole series of choices for your character to make. The character creation is reminiscent of the third edition D&D game, but is still not too overwhelming for a newbie. Plus half the fun is juggling your choices on leveling to see what the outcome might be. This gives it major replay value. If you have a high end computer, sit back and watch in glee as the battles unfold especially aboard the bridge of an Imperial ship. Your character somersaults, twists, turns, ducks as sparks fly when lightsabers crash all while laser blasts criss cross in the background. Great stuff! Another advantage this game has over Neverwinter Nights is the choice of two henchman whom you can level as you please. There are a lot of choices for henchman, each with their own engaging story and quests. Play them all. I am sure you will.

The game has a variety of planets from the Star Wars world to visit on your Millennium Falcon like spaceship, the Ebon Hawk. Visit Kashykk, the jungle like planet of the wookies, the desert world of Dantooine, the waterworld of Manaan or the barren wasteland of Korriban, home of the Sith.It has mini games such as Pod Racing (great fun) and gambling in the cantinas with a game called Pazaak. It has a huge variety of armor, weapons and items. Then there's the lightsaber. You can find various crystals in the game that increase the power of your saber which I found very exciting as my character explored his surroundings. My choice to dual wield made the game that much more fun.

Play this game soon. Immerse yourself in the Star Wars world for at least 24 (maybe more) solid hours of game play. I am sure you will be swept away into the epic of it all and make you cry out for more.

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