Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (2003)

Video Game  -  Action | Adventure | Fantasy  -  18 July 2003 (USA)
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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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Bastila Shan (voice)
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Carth Onasi (voice)
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Darth Malak (voice)
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Canderous Ordo (voice)
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HK-47 (voice)
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Jolee Bindo (voice)
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Juhani (voice)
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Mission Vao (voice) (as Cat Taber)
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Master Dorak / Bounty Hunter (voice)
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Master Zhar Lestin / Mysterious Man / Eli Gand (voice)
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Kono Nolan / Sith Diplomat / Trewin / Commander Grann / Sith Apprentice (voice)
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Admiral Forn Dodonna / Helena Shan / Elora (voice)
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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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Zaalbar is an homage to Chewbacca from four of the "Star Wars" films. See more »

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There are a few mistakes in the subtitles. One of them misspells Taris as Tais and other have more than one space between words. See more »

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Darth Malak: Your predecessor once made the mistake of questioning my orders, Admiral, surely you're not so foolish as him to commit the same mistake...
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Would be the third best movie
8 June 2006 | by (California) – See all my reviews

If KOTOR were made into a movie, it would be the third best movie behind only episodes 4 and 5. It's easily better than any of the prequels and even "Jedi." The story is excellent and the characters are real and fun and you care about them. Being part of the story is fantastic.

KOTOR I is still better than KOTOR II (Sith Lords) mainly because the story in "Sith Lords" doesn't really flow as well. Both are fun, but if you haven't played either yet, play KOTOR first since KOTOR II spoils some of the plot.

I'm sure the graphics will become dated over time (they already are) but the story and game play will stay top-notch for a long time. The music is also excellent and is as good as anything John Williams ever wrote. In fact, it blends with the original Star Wars music seamlessly. The game engine does a very good job of playing the correct thematic music at all times.

The re-playability factor is also good because you can be both good or evil, and male or female. This gives you four versions to play. I recommend saving often just so you can go back and try different things. There is no penalty for saving games and it's fun to see what happens.


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