Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic is one of the most beloved video games of all time.
Ride along as I miserably stumble my way through an award-winning game 16 years after its release.
There is some great Star Wars backstory left forgotten by all but the most knowing fans! We can uncover it, or just read the faq.
I have never played all the way through this game, and only recently realized it had both been "Enhanced" with updated graphics for the Xbox One X in 2018. The Darth Revan story is famous tho. Star Wars fans can bring it up as a trump card in any discussion. Now I will be able to say "Yeah, I played through on the Xbox enhanced!" This should quiet all but the folks who have played the numerous mods.
I will be able to join their ranks. I'm usually auto-leveling my characters, and I keep forgetting to be "dark" but I really do mean ill.
Tonight I am about to close out the first major level, and leave the planet Taris... once I steal a ship and escape the Sith. Then it isoff to Dantooine where I train as a padawan.
I'm sure I'll make a great padawan. The best.
The RPG from 2003 is surprisingly fun to play. I did not enjoy the most modern hit RPG Red Dead Redemption 2, but I am very happy to play through this game and looking forward to the enhanced version of KOTOR 2.
You can ride along and heckle my game play via Twitch.
Unmute the video below. You need this, in all its glory.
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