You know something? Each time the brand name K-TOR comes across my mind, all I can think of is actually KOTOR, which happens to be short for Knights Of The Old Republic, which happens to be one of those Star Wars titles that only fanboys will be able to appreciate. Well, K-TOR so happens to [...]
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic may be headed to the iPad. Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
Everyone knows Aspyr Media for their numerous Mac ports of classic PC games like, for example, Bioware’s incredible Star Wars RPG, Knights Of The Old Republic. Now it looks like Aspyr could be bringing KOTOR to the iPad. There’s not a lot to go by, but Aspyr recently sent off an email to customers in [...]Show More Summary
BioWare's classic Star Wars RPG appears to be iPad bound...
According to some accidentally revealed evidence spotted by IGN, it looks like BioWare and LucasArts' classic Star Wars role-playing game Knights of the Old Republic is getting set for release on the iPad. The snippet of info comes by way of an email newsletter announcing a sale on Call of Duty games. In the header [...]
Those of us who have played through the middle planets of Star Wars: The Old Republic know that chapter two is rather blasé. And as far as the free-to-play experiment is concerned, I really don't have anything new to report this week, or at least, not enough to fill a whole column. Show More Summary
The Gree starship Grey Secant is returning to Star Wars: The Old Republic's planet Ilum. BioWare's website has updated with all the details on the event's return engagement, which starts May 21st and runs through the 28th. Players can...Show More Summary
BioWare has rolled out "Game Update 2.1: Customization" for Star Wars: The Old Republic. As previously demonstrated, this update introduces the Cathar as a playable race up for purchase at the Cartel Market as well as an Appearance Designer...Show More Summary
Latest update released, enhances character customisation, adds Cathar race, more... BioWare has released the latest content update for Star Wars: The Old Republic, officially named 'Update 2.1: Customization'.Click here to read the full...Show More Summary
It's a hard thing to admit when you're wrong. But I admit that I was wrong about Star Wars: The Old Republic Update 2.1: Customization. Even as late as last night on The Republic, I believed that things like the new Appearance Designer...Show More Summary
In case you just hopped on the MMO bandwagon with the release of Star Wars: The Old Republic, it's not a massively multiplayer party until the anthropomorphic animals arrive. The original EverQuest had the Vah Shir, World of Warcraft has Worgen and now Pandas, and The Old Republic has the Cathar, a race of intergalactic kitty people. Read more...
With all of the glamor and glitter, fashion and fame coming to Star Wars: The Old Republic these days, it must either be a Jem and the Holograms expansion or Game Update 2.1: Customization. It's the patch that says that it's OK to be...Show More Summary
Star Wars: The Old Republic is about to get a little more colorful. The upcoming game update 2.1, as you may remember, will herald the arrival of a number of new dye modules that players can use to satisfy their inner fashionistas. Well...Show More Summary
Going free-to-play has paid off for Star Wars: The Old Republic. We knew that it had seen an influx of new players since adopting the model, but all those new players are just a drain on resources if they aren't spending money. According to EA's earnings call, they are. Show More Summary
EA's president of labels Frank Gibeau announced during yesterday's earnings call that after Star Wars: The Old Republic transitioned to a free-to-play model, "the monthly revenue has doubled." Gibeau also confirmed that the game sawShow More Summary
EA reports “solid results” for Star Wars: The Old Republic and SimCity, while Dead Space 3 and Crysis 3 come in “below forecast.”
This is certainly a trend that gamers would like to get used to. BioWare Entertainment announced the dates for not one, but two upcoming patches for Star Wars: The Old Republic. Sure, the patches are to be enormous events, but advance notice of a secondary version number should be acceptable by all. Community Manager Eric Musco
Following the free-to-play announcement, many gamers were quick to mark Star Wars: The Old Republic as a broken shell of a game, with its business model conversion serving as the last gasp of a game in danger of imminent shutdown. The facts do not support that particular viewpoint. Show More Summary
With the last bit of Update 2.1: Customization revealed yesterday, I can talk about an item that will change the free-to-play side of Star Wars: The Old Republic. After the next update, F2P players can withdraw credits from escrow with Cartel Coins. Show More Summary
In a post on the official forums, Star Wars: The Old Republic Community Manager Eric Musco addresses some concerns about the release of Game Update 2.1 and what it will bring to the table. More importantly, though, Musco gives a tentative...Show More Summary