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I have played KOTOR through so many times over the years that I basically have everything memorized, and this iOS version works surprisingly well. It’s crazy to me that my phone has way more pixels than the computer monitors this game was built for. The gameplay is pretty perfect for the necessarily clumsy touchscreen controls, as combat has an iconic built-in pause mechanic. I’m really excited that a new generation of gamers will get to experience one of the best games of all time, and on their phones to boot. KOTOR 2 (bug-fixed mod version) next? *HOWEVER*, the reason this review is 4 stars instead of 5 is the mini-games: specifically the star-fighters and the swoop races. In the star-fighter mini-game, you can’t move the turret and fire at the same time, which is horrifically bad porting, and will make flying from planet to planet gradually more annoying as the game progresses. The swoop races also need a total overhaul, as they were hard on PC controls, let alone on a touchscreen. There are PC mods out there that make the tracks easier, though I’ve never had to use them on that platform. I definitely want to use them on this one.
I feel like every person Thea days has their mind wrapped around Darth Vader, Master Yoda, and other things that are new and therefore “relevant”. I love how you took underrated comics about the Old Republic and transformed it into an amazing game that is available to everyone! After playing the game for the first time, I found some Old Republic comics online and your game perfectly summed up the story of Revan! And I also love how you allowed us to learn about people know a lot about. Your game made me want to dig deeper into the older Star Wars stories. I’ve read polls from the public and everyone overlooks the feats and power of these characters from your game. Some people said that Darth Revan couldn’t use dark side powers like Darth Sidious could, but I know for a fact that Revan had full knowledge of the dark and light sides of the force. He didn’t only summon force storms, but he made tornadoes out of them! I know that isn’t as powerful as destroying a whole planet with the force like Sidious and Nihilus did, but have you seen anyone use the force to make a lightning tornado? I know I might be getting to deep into battles and controversy, so I’ll end it right here. Overall this game is amazing and though it was made 11 years ago, it is still fun and exciting to play!😁
It's pretty sad how buggy this thing is, I've started saving my game after every encounter. Can't start the swoop race because I can't select the announcer and obviously can't get out of the hall because you have to race at this point. Sketchy controls was a bummer too. Having the ability to play knights on the go seemed like a no brainer and the reviews are great. Sometimes I wonder about the weight of those reviews. Visually it's perfect, sometimes the sound is off. If I can get through this app I will have gone thru KOTOR more times then I have fingers.. I'd rather dust off the OL BOX and bring this game back to life. I'll consider the 5 dollars I spent on this app a donation for the wonderful years the StarWars franchise has given me. Update: 2 days after 1st review. Restarted a new game, got the accelerator and the "can't interact with anything" bug kicks on.. about an hour of gameplay before the bug originally happen. Restarted a new and the bug kick on when I first got to the under city. After deep research it seems the only way to fix this is to save your game a lot, A LOT. Restarting while the game is open does not help. This is one of my favorite rpgs ever but not on iOS. It's garbage on iOS. Before buying read as many reviews as you can. THIS BUG HAS HAPPEN TO MANY PEOPLE. It would be nice if this bug can get fixed.. anything with the starwars name is making fat cash so I don't think this request is too far fetched.
I’ve played KOTOR 1 and 2 probably 15 times over — played it ever since I was a little kid. I saw that it came out on the iPad Pro, so I decided to buy it since I was bored at home over the break. It runs just like it does on the computer (maybe even a little smoother). This is one of the best games of all time, and is a steal compared to the $50-$60 games nowadays. The literal only complaint I have is that there did seem to be a small glitch that was a bit annoying. Every once in awhile, particularly after combat, my character would temporarily be unable to move. This had two reliable work arounds: letting my allies lead the party, or saving and reloading. I also noticed that using Force Speed or other force powers occasionally fixed this glitch, but probably at a 60/40 chance. Although this was minor and I figured out a solution, it was annoying. I am tempted to take it down a star, but I feel like because that would mislead people about the game — it’s totally worth the money, and trust me, KOTOR 1 and 2 on the computer are far glitchier than on the iPad, so this is perhaps an improvement.
To: Aspyr Media, Inc. In my resent play-through of my game, I noticed a bug in the entrance of the Jedi Enclave. I was using my main character fighting NPC's away from the enclave grounds, and I switched characters to my Utility Droid. Immediately I noticed My droid was away from the combat zone, and somehow on the side of the upper level entrance of the enclave, in an out of the map kinda scenario. I think somehow when I spawned in the outside area, my droid was rendered outside of the map, unable to move and effectively stalled from engagement. I took a picture to show what I mean. I personally have no problems with glitches in games, but I felt it best to let you know. Love the game by the way, on of my favorites, but you should really consider doing the second game Knights of the old republic 2. It has some of the best dialogue written for a game. It had greater gameplay and combat mechanics, and offered amazing elements unknown to games today. It was an all around superior game, and the fans of the series would love nothing more than for it to come back. If offered with the restored content, the game could be a great way to bring fans into the App Store. And if offered with the option to Mod the game, it would attract even more customers.
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Star Wars™: KOTOR has 3 800 user reviews.
Star Wars™: KOTOR has an average rating of 4.2.
The latest version of Star Wars™: KOTOR (1.2.7) was released on Dec 02, 2019.
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4000 years before the Galactic Empire, you must lead a party of heroes and villains in an epic struggle to save the galaxy.
C H O O S E · Y O U R · D E S T I N Y
Will you master the powers of the light side of the Force? Or will you fall victim to the temptations of
the dark side? Every decision you make will change the future for you and all of your party members.
Design your character and play your way. Whether you prefer stealth and hacking mechanics, lightsaber combat, or using Force powers, there’s always more than one way to tackle a situation.
T R A V E L · T H E · G A L A X Y
Your epic journey will take you to iconic locations including: the Jedi Enclave on Dantooine, the Cantina on Tatooine, the Sith Academy on Korriban, the Wookiee home planet of Kashyyyk, and many more diverse planets from the Star Wars canon.
iPhone: iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XR, iPhone XS Max
iPad Mini: iPad Mini, iPad Mini (2nd Generation), iPad Mini (3rd Generation), iPad Mini (4th Generation)
iPad: iPad 2, iPad (3rd Generation), iPad (4th Generation), iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro 9.7", iPad Pro 10.5", iPad Pro 11”, iPad Pro 12.9", iPad (5th Generation)
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