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Dark Wastl

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  1. It's really funny how some people feel the need to attack Team Gizka anytime they can. Did TG kill your dogs, else I can't explain why anyone would be so hateful. If you prefer TSLRCM, fine, if you want to stick with TSLRP that's fine as well. No need to get all worked up over stuff like that. Neither does your life depend on it, nor will insulting someone speed up anything, it's just childish behaviour. This constant whining is really impressive. Normally people would just stop following something if things didn't go their way, apparently not everyone is capable of that.
  2. Duh, of course the game won't look like in the trailer, that was pre-rendered material, not in-game stuff. That is a common way to handle trailers. If the actual game was like that, not many PCs could handle it, neither could any console. We know what the game looks like, it's not state of the art for a reason. The thing is, they don't want to go for high-end graphics, because it would mean less people could play the game. Apart from that, when it comes to graphics, any modern PC utterly destroys the consoles.
  3. Games are canon, just like every other EU-material not labeled infinities. Some things like game-mechanics are obviously not canon, like needing that many hits with a lightsabre, but story- and design-wise everything is canon unless it directly contradicts something superior, like the movies.
  4. I don't know anyone who spends even close to 2k on games every year. Heck, most people don't reach that number with all the games they have bought in their life combined. Even if someone buys a game every other week, he doesn't get close to 2k, and you have to be pretty nuts to buy that many games. Someone who buys that many games must have nothing else to do... There is a reason why MMOs cost that much. One, they cost quite a lot in production and maintenance, two, people pay the price. That doesn't mean that the price is even close to being fair compared to many other games. There is simply less bang for the buck, no matter how good the game is.
  5. Now that is kind of an interesting comment, seeing how you whined and complained about Team Gizka almost everytime you came in here. Read: you are pretty much the last one who should accuse someone of being childish.
  6. Um, no they aren't There is absolutely nothing which suggest that TSL's story will be ignored, on the contrary, the enemy comes right out of TSL, it didn't really exist before that game. Apart from that, did it ever matter? No matter how fast this mod would have been done, in the end, all the cut content wouldn't have mattered. If LucasArts had decided to make KOTOR III instead of TOR, they still would have used the version of KOTOR II which has been sold, the cut content would have remained cut content. The only way things could have been differently, is if LucasArts had decided not to continue the series at all. And even that is only true in the eyes of the fans, officially nothing would have changed.
  7. And George Lucas says the opposite of that, so who cares about what Kreia has to say? Apart from that, how could Kreia talk about the characters from the movies, when those happened almost 4000 years after her death? She was obviously talking about everyone until KOTOR, though I don't think that she was all that consistent in her comments. If Revan was like the heart of the force, how would the ancient Jedi and Sith be that far ahead of everyone? History always tends to glorify people who are long gone. I'd say Kreia is kind of guilty of that as well.
  8. It's private because it's not supposed to be seen until the 4th of April, which was pretty obvious actually. Interesting enough, flaming and baiting only happens by those who somehow think that they have a right to get something...
  9. There is a known bug which prevents you from freeing your companions and thus from continuing the game. Once you enter the base the handmaidens will demand that you lay down your weapons, if you comply immediately, the bug will occur. If you choose one of the other answers and surrender afterwards, you should be fine.
  10. Apparently the press release says that it will be released on PC.
  11. No, they were PC-games. The console version of the first game came years later, and I think the second one also had an earlier PC-release. Don't know where they will go with this. I'd love to get another Max Payne game, but there really isn't much left to tell. Plus, if it's not by Remedy, or at least written by Sam Lake, it will have a very hard time matching up to the first two games. If it's not for PC it isn't really worth it anyway.
  12. Duke Nukem Forever is in development since, well, forever. About three times as long as this project, with a full staff of developers, not a handful of people working in their freetime, and it isn't done either.
  13. Not really possible, Microsoft is pretty much a monopolist, they try this and the fines they will have to pay are beyond what they can think of. Microsoft is already getting into trouble for having the Internet Explorer being included in their OSs. Try to completely take over the market like you suggest, and the company would be history a short time later.
  14. err, you do know who owns and in the end runs LUCAS arts right? That's like saying he has nothing to do with his film production studio or his ranch where all the FX is done. That aside I see nothing to rebut anything I said about him other then splitting hairs. Lucas doesn't run LucasArts, never has, never will. He doesn't decide what LucasArts is doing, he doesn't decide what Skywalker Sound is doing, he doesn't decide what ILM is doing. They all have their own management, which is controlled by another management that oversees all divisions. They come in handy when he is doing a movie or tv-show, but apart from using them for his own projects, he doesn't tell them what to do. As long as they do their job, Lucas doesn't get involved. He's a film-maker, and that's more than enough work. Now and then he gets involved a bit in story-details, but that's only true for important decisions in regard to Star Wars, all the rest is controlled by some guys at Lucas licensing. As for milking the franchise; it's hardly his fault that people are interested in Star Wars. No company in the world acts any differently. You certainly don't see Marvel stop their comic-franchises just for the heck of it.
  15. She left while under the impression that Revan was a Dark Lord. She went after Revan to confront him. Why? She went into Exile for all the hell that went down on Malacore V. This takes place before she learned about the Jedi Civil War. The Jedi Exile has some unfinished buisness with Revan. Why? She answered for his crimes. Otherwords, she went into Exile for Revan and his war. How would anyone feel if the person who they stood trial for had turned to the darkside, and they started an all out Jedi Civil War. Betrayed <--- The theme of The Sith Lords. The Jedi Exile felt betrayed by Revan. Wait, she left searching for Revan after Kreia had told her the whole story. How could she believe that Revan was a Dark Lord, if he had just killed off Malak and saved the Republic from being overthrown by the Sith? Even she, who was in exile all the time, knew what happened between Revan and Malak. If she knew, there was no way that she believed that he was a Dark Lord. All the guide says, is that she is searching for Revan, it doesn't say that she wants to confront him. Then you have additional content, like the meeting with Carth at the end of TSL, which goes directly against her having any sort of grudge against Revan. It's a thing of the past. Judging from TSL, I don't see any interest in Revan at all, nor any feel of betrayal. There was no hatred, no kind of animosity against him. The Exile returned because she felt it was the right thing to do. Whether Revan did anything bad afterwards doesn't really change anything about that. Yes, she was used by the council as a symbol for Revan and his followers, but she wasn't. Just because the council sees her as such, doesn't mean that she thinks so as well. She claimed that the war against the Mandalorians was necessary, that far she agrees with Revan, but she didn't defend him for what happened afterwards. In fact, she was punished for the Mandalorian War, not for Revan turning into a Sith. She couldn't care less whether Revan turned to the darkside, because she didn't defend him for it, she did the opposite and left the war behind. There isn't a single scene in TSL which makes me think that the Exile holds any kind of negative feelings against Revan. Not even in the past. She defends the tactics used during the war, she doesn't say anything bad about him while talking to Kreia or Carth, she defends him going to war, that doesn't sound like someone who holds a grudge. And again, even if she still was angry, which I don't see, the Exile isn't someone who runs off for a personal vendetta when higher things are at stake. As for canon, both Revan and Exile are supposed to be lightsiders.
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