Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

released on Jul 15, 2003

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

released on Jul 15, 2003

Choose Your Path! Set 4,000 years before the Galactic Empire, you are the last hope for the Jedi Order and the Republic - can you master the ways of the Force to become their savior? Or will you fall to the dark side and achieve ultimate power? Hero, villain, peacekeeper, or chaos-bringer... you and your party will determine the fate of the galaxy! Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is a role-playing video game. Players will be able to create their own characters and be able to choose what gender, appearance, class, skills, attributes, and feats they have throughout the game - no two characters will be the same!


Also in series

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic - Remake
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic - Remake
Star Wars: The Old Republic
Star Wars: The Old Republic
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords

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The plot and writing were pretty good, but the combat was too easy and I felt like the graphics and environment art were worse than some of the 1990s games I played.

It's a star wars rpg with blackjack.

Good rpg mechanics, classic star wars planets with alien variety, both light and dark side could be chosen and felt different.

Dialogue was actually interesting in a lot of quest,
companions were mostly nice and made sense, the main story was really cool and the plot twist was surprising.

One of the best rpg honestly.

Greatest Star Wars Story Ever.




I really have a love hate relationship for this game. On one hand this game has an all time great story with amazing companions, great dialogue, and amazing RPG mechanics. But on the other hand this game is really REALLY dated. The combat is painfully boring at best and idiotically simple at worst. There's parts of this game that will force you to search up a guide or go insane trying to figure out a puzzle. But examining the game as a whole I believe the story, quest design, characters, and writing far outweigh the short comings in the gameplay department, and establish this as one of the greatest games ever made.