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  1. Moving Meditation is basically a way for you to repair T3 if he's injured in battle and recover FP if I'm not mistaken. I've never had a chance to use it, as I don't take him into battle much, but I believe that's what the guide says it does. As for the hologram itself, it's dependent on the gender of Revan. Males get Bastila, Females get Carth. Either way it's not the hologram I'm so concerned about, but the conversations that follow. Though I have heard that T3 tends to be one of the more buggy characters in the game. I know mine is. He's pure LS, but whenever he's on the level up screen
  2. Moving Meditation is basically a way for you to repair T3 if he's injured in battle and recover FP if I'm not mistaken. I've never had a chance to use it, as I don't take him into battle much, but I believe that's what the guide says it does. As for the hologram itself, it's dependent on the gender of Revan. Males get Bastila, Females get Carth. Either way it's not the hologram I'm so concerned about, but the conversations that follow. Though I have heard that T3 tends to be one of the more buggy characters in the game. I know mine is. He's pure LS, but whenever he's on the level up screen
  3. Alright, so I bought the players guide a few days back. I've beaten the game twice now, but I thought I'd get it to read up on how to get certain conversations for the characters I didn't pay as much attention to. Namely the DS-ers, because heaven knows a LS player can't get influence over them. My questions are these: How can I make T3 show me the holorecording? I've completely repaired him and recieved the Moving Meditation ability, and I've seen the little scene on the Hawk where he zaps HK for trying to tamper with the Navigation System. However, in the Player's Guide, it says tha
  4. For my first play through, I 'romanced' Atton, though to be honest, I'm not sure if I did it right or not. He didn't seem to say anything that different. The only indication I had was My question is: Is it even possible for a Female to romance Bao-Dur? I thought about trying that on my second play through.
  5. After reading this entire thread, I can say only that I agree with the majority here. While I loved KOTOR II's darker overall plot, at the end I felt more confused than I had at the beginning. And I hadn't thought that could be possible in a game. My main complaint is the fact that the major ideas seemed hopelessly underdeveloped. As some have said, this is especially obvious with Nihilus. I was terrified of facing the man, but when I actually met him face-to-face, he was a pushover. I had been under the impression that he was to be the big threat, the one that would give you the hardest r
  6. My brother also fell victim to the Dantooine freeze. He finally got it to work yesterday while I was gone, but he's not sure how. I guess it just finally went through. I asked him if he had done anything differently and he said that to his knowledge he hadn't. So I don't know what to tell you really. But I have to agree, it's ridiculous that the game crashes as much as it does. Regardless of which X-Box you have, it shouldn't be like this. Even some with newer systems are having problems as I understand it. And our X-Box is one of the newer ones as well.
  7. The freezing could be explained by old drives perhaps, but the broken quests and the fact that my copy of KOTOR freezes at the Dantooine 'revelation' scene if you're playing DS have nothing to do with drives. It's just bugs in programming. I thought companies paid hundreds to professional debuggers, or at the least had a debugging staff.
  8. Well, the only glitch I experienced in the Light Side was in Korriban when you reach Kreia and are faced with fighting her or your party. After I fought off the rest of my party, she's supposed to disappear, but she didn't, so I talked to her again, and the scene repeated itself. So I got double the light points. But the biggest glitch I've found is in the DS. My brother just told me about this yesterday. He said that once he got to Dantooine where you are supposed to meet the Jedi Masters (provided you play LS), the game just focuses on a blank space as if they Masters are supposed to be
  9. That's great! At least this way there are quite a few more variations that can occur, which gives me a reason to play this one 20,000 times, as opposed to the 10,000 I played the other. I'd just like to say (as if everyone here hasn't already) that I think you guys did an excellent job with KOTOR 2 from what I can see, and I have great expectations of the game.
  10. I'd love a chance to go to something of this nature. Sadly, I live on the opposite coast. And final exams are coming up. Why is it that Ca gets all the fun gaming events? Poor east coast feels left out....
  11. I could see how you'd take it that way. ...Worded wrong, my own fault. But no. Most of my friends are guys who play RPG's and they're in no way feminine. It just seems that (judging from reactions of editors/writers of certain gaming magazines) alot of guys prefer shooters, sports, or general action to RPG's. But then again, I've never taken my own poll and figured out the statistics, so this is largely conjecture and extrapolation on my part.
  12. Now there's a thought. That would be a good idea. It would add even more replay value, since you'd have more than one person to romance, and more than one way to end it. Not to mention it'd give you a little more choice in how your character's love life plays out at the end.
  13. No, because as I believe I stated earlier, I don't care what the industry says about the game's status. If I like it based on what I've seen, then I'll buy it, regardless of whether or not it gets GOTY. The people who decided it are largely, if not all, men. And men prefer the destruction of opponents. It's old leftover instinct. Which means Halo 2 probably calls to them more...and KOTOR II will have to settle for RPG of the year. If this weren't the Halo year, KOTOR II would have GOTY hands down, I would think. But it is a Halo year, and with all the (ridiculous amounts of) hype that surround
  14. Actually, the other RPG's that came out this year were all rather sad. Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne was the only one worth the time, really. LOTR: The Third Age was good, but not that good. La Pucelle Tactics? (Was that even this year?) A Disgaea clone. Just from the aspect of Heaven instead of Hell. KH: CoM, not a chance. I like KH, but a GBA game doesn't have a prayer. Fable wasn't half of what it was hyped to be. And there's plenty other RPG's I'm missing, but the point is, of all the RPG's this year only Nocturne and KOTOR II seem to have a shot of standing up to Halo 2 or Half-Life 2.
  15. I think it'll be nominated, but the powers that be (read: The men in the gaming industry that decide these things) prefer blowing things up and killing competitors online to dark storylines and character development. So it'll be nominated, but Halo 2 will win just because everyone expects it to. I find both Halos to be horribly overhyped. They're good, but still overhyped. Regardless of what is decided by the industry, KOTOR II is my GOTY. I don't put much stock into what others think.
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