Knights Of The Old Republic 2 is a game I'd love to see the pitch for. Did Obsidian actually say that the plan was to systematically tear down, subvert and scornfully rip great chunks of flesh out of the Star Wars universe and George...Show More Summary
October's Knights of the Fallen Empire expansion gets our sister site GameSpot wondering if it's time to go back to Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Skyforge is a free-to-download fantasy MMO built by Russian online company Mail.ru and role-playing game specialists Obsidian Entertainment. You know Obsidian - they made Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2, Fallout: New Vegas, South Park: The Stick of Truth and Pillars of Eternity. Show More Summary
The death of 19 year old Levy Thamba Pongi, a Wyoming exchange student from the Republic of Congo visiting Colorado in March of 2014, who ate a marijuana cookie deserves special mention in light of the growing trend toward legalization of recreational marijuana in the U.S. It offers a stark reminder [...]
As classic Star Wars game Knights of the Old Republic II is patched for the first time a decade, what other games should be fixed for the modern era? Released in 2005, Bioware’s Knights of the Old Republic II is still hailed by manyShow More Summary
Aspyr Media wants to bring Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II to mobile. To gauge the interest of the gaming public, they’ve put up a page where you can enter your email address and your mobile platform of choice. From Touch Arcade:...Show More Summary
After the surprising news that KOTOR 2 got an update a decade since the last one, Aspyr Media continues to surprise by asking mobile gamers to show their interest in a possible iOS or Android port. If you don't know KOTOR and KOTOR 2, these two games, especially the first one, are considered by many the top
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II looks set be under the limelight yet again, where it will no longer have to hang out in a dusty store room. Over 10 years after the game was released in December 2004, developer Obsidian’s title...Show More Summary
One of the best Star Wars games ever just got its biggest update in years. The post Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II Is Finally Back appeared first on WIRED.
Need a reason to play "Knights of the Old Republic II" again? Steam achievements and 4K and 5K support are just two of the biggest updates on the classic RPG title.
10-year-old game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2 got a surprise update to its PC version today, including a high-definition makeover.
With a new patch, fans can experience Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II with achievements, 4K resolution and controller support.
If you game on a Mac, or an iOS device, you’ve probably never played Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II. But that’s something that has now, quite miraculously, changed: after over a decade, KOTOR 2 is finally available … Read more ›
Today in completely-unexpected-yet-welcome news: Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords, first released in 2004, got an official update, replete with fixes and new features. The update, which covers Mac, Linux andShow More Summary
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II – The Sith Lords was originally released back in December 2004 on Xbox, followed by Windows and then Mac and Linux versions in 2005. Lead […]
So this whole year of Star Wars thing apparently includes dormant video games too, who knew? Despite the fact that the lesser of the two Knights of the Old Republic role-playing games released all the way back in 2004, it recently got a pretty huge update. Show More Summary
Knights of the Old Republic II has, somewhat bizarrely, gotten a major Steam update today. Given that the game was originally released for Windows XP back in February 2005, this feels a bit late in the day. However, given the game's legendarily broken status on release, it is a bit of a special case. Show More Summary
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II—the best KOTOR —just got a huge update, for some reason.http://kotaku.com/why-star-wars-... Read more...
Aspyr has a real pleasant surprise for Star Wars fans today. The company released an update for Knights of the Old Republic II on Steam that helps ensure the Obsidian Entertainment-developed RPG will live on for another decade, and there's...Show More Summary
Over 10 years after it was first released in 2004 on Windows and the original Xbox, Aspyr Media has now released the Mac version of the classic role-playing game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords. It has also launch a Linux-based version of the game. Show More Summary