Sturm Posted December 6, 2006 Share Posted December 6, 2006 Its one of those games where you constantly have to keep playing and playing to unlock new things and secrets about what has been happening between KotOR1 and KotOR2. The first time you play it, you will probabally completely screw it up and have things turn against your planning, it is fairly confusing to start and there are lots of secrets to be revealed, the infulence system needs to be played with and learnt as it is sometimes hard to predict party members decisions. KotOR2 is a much darker game then the first, KotOR1 you had many jedi companions helping you to stick to the lightside, KotOR2 is quite the contrary, where you can choose to be a jedi or sith and you have much more freedom, no one stopping you from doing as you wish. First few parts of it is pretty boring and depressing *cough*Peragus*cough* But it takes a while to get into, I personally prefered how in KotOR1 you had to search for star maps, and in the end it led you to the Star Forge. The game makes you more side to the dark, as it is all around and you are completely outnumbered by sith and you are searching for lost jedi, and they are on the brink of extintion, It is harder to go LS IMO, as you have Kreia manipulating you and always confusing what you think may be right or wrong. And as everyone has said, the end if very confusing, it basically turns everything around and sort of gives you the answer, but there is still the element of confusion and that you need more answers, which will be provided in TSLRP, and possibly KotOR2. Playing all sides in the game helps unlock more stuff and feeds your questions with answers. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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