Soriath Posted August 8, 2004 Share Posted August 8, 2004 I Sent this exact letter to Lucas Arts and i Hope Obsidian reads this and thinks about it. Hello Lucas Arts, I was a great fan of the game and enjoyed my time playing it. Now i do have a concern on its gameplay. Single Player is fun, and is perfectly perfect. But I was Talking with a friend Via Xbox Live and talking abolut if KOTOR2 would be online. I do beleive it has not been annouced but many beleive that making the online is impossible, which is not true. Now We (Soriath-Myself and greyass-Friend) Have ideas how online play can work. First what you do is Grab a friend or 2 (which in the end Equals 3) You then Start a game, each person creates there character,skills, powers,ect. Instead the Game satrting of one you have three, which each player is controlled by that character's creator. Now people have wondered what happens if one leaves? Well if one person leaves, that player will become a Computer Player, which of course is being played by a computer. Now once everyone leaves, the Last person will save on Xbox Live. Now you must be wondering how does the first person that left get what the last person saved. Well, With the new Xbox Live 3.0, it would work like a clan, you would just download, since it would hopefully be saved on Xbox Live. Then If the other two come online they just join that game, or can start a new one with other friends. It is a very good concept and i hope you atleast read this and give feedback. I Do Understand that you are probably almost finished the game, but i know greyass and I would wait a few more months after the Febuary release so you can make the programming for Online play, it would be worth the Wait, just like Halo 2. I Beleive if this game goes online, it will sell and the best Xbox RPG ever created. IF any other concepts about the online play is needed to be asked, contact me at this email Evil_Soriath@hotmail.com. Thank you, Soriath Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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