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- Kotor I - A massive conflict between Jedi & Sith has left the Republic weakened where the young Jedi's mission will determine the outcome of this colossal galactic war - and your destiny as a Jedi
- Kotor I - Lead your group of freedom fighters across the galaxy -- you can choose from humans, droids, Twi'leks, Wookies and more and recruit others to your cause & train them in exciting mini-games like racing swoop bikes or manning turret guns
- Kotor I - Travel to ten unique worlds; Customizable and evolving characters
- Kotor II - Sequel to the award-winning role-playing game; All-new Force powers, weapons, locations, characters and classes
- Kotor II - Choose the light or the dark side of the Force based on your characters actions as you progress through the story
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First off this collection comes on two discs (one for each game), and the total install size is 4gb and 5gb, respectively. This game does require a disc-check of some type, or in other words you must have the disc in tray before it will let you run it. That being said, you can play either game with either disc in the tray. This is sad news for netbook owners and folks that don't have cd drives in their laptops.
Now for the part that everyone is waiting for:
This game does run on W7 64 bit. I didn't have any crashes or errors, though it did take a bit to install KotOR2 (about 15 mins - versus 5 for KotOR1). Graphical options are exactly the same for both games, so there's no need to list them separately.
Resolutions (I just took the "higher" resolutions and put them here):
1280x960, 1280x1024, 1600x1200. That's it, no higher than 16x12, such a wasted opportunity on this refresh.
Now for the options:
Shadows (on/off), Grass (on/off), Low/Med/High presets, AA (Off/2/4/6/8), Anisotropy (Off/2/4/8/16), Frame buffer (On/off), Soft Shadows (on/off - completely greyed out for me), and Vertical Sync (on/off).
All in all, this is barely worth the price of admission for people who already own this game. The only additional selling point is integration with W7.
That being said, I'm not upset about spending another 20 on these classics, however I am disappointed by the mindless cash grab, by Lucasarts on this collection, without updating them further, for more modern machines...I didn't previously own KotOR2 on PC, and it's $20 to buy that game alone at retail, so both for 20 is ok.Read more ›
First off, the installer has some issues. It doesn't prevent game installation but it is sluggish and non-responsive, which will leave you thinking, "Is it doing anything?" It is, it just takes some time to process whatever you're telling it to do. Don't hit install multiple times or it'll try to run multiple times and it's just a headache. Overall, this isn't that big a deal. For a third release, however, I do have some complaints. I know upping the resolution on certain things can be tricky and that it needs to be done right but it can be done. This game's resolution still maxes out at 1024x768. In an age where 1080p is all the rage, they could have at least given us something. 720p hi def would have been nice. It seems like a waste. Really, I think that the only thing that they bothered to fix in this bundle is the fact that neither game worked well on Windows 7 64bit. I'm happy to say that this seems to be a thing of the past.Read more ›
Update: After almost a year I managed to find a way to install this game on windows 8 thanks to a guy who helped me on the Gamefaqs PC board.
What I did was that I booted my laptop on safe mode and installed both games and it worked! I'm playing KOTOR I right now and the only problem so far is that during some cutscenes the game send me out to the desktop, but all I have to do is click the game icon on the task bar and continue watching the cutscene and then playing. It could be annoying because sometimes there are two or three cutscenes one after another and every time a new cutscene starts it sends you back to the desktop but again just click on the game icon in the task bar to continue playing. I also experience minor lag while playing but that could be my laptop which is not much of a gaming rig but it does handle these old games. Btw, I'm running the game as administrator but not compatibility mode and is working so far. My advice is that at least you run it as an administrator because I heard that if you don't and later in the game you have a problem that only you can fix playing as administrator the save files you made won't appear it you weren't running the game as administrator before. I will beat KOTOR I before playing II, but I tested it and it loaded as well without problem.
I will continue playing and if I run into any problem I will update this review.
Update #2: Another minor problem I found, don't loose when you are using the ship turret because the game then won't load properly and all you will get is a black screen with sound.Read more ›
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So I practically grew up playing these games and I absolutely love them. The games themselves are AWESOME and you can play it over and over and never get bored. Read morePublished 3 months ago by JTenorH
Don't bother if your computer is of this decade bc it won't work and trying to find the download needed is impossible bc of how old the game is.Published 6 months ago by Guthrock
I don't know if you guy's would call this feedback or excuse me I guess I meant a product review as it saids nor I really know how this whole posting stuff up publicly works yet... Read morePublished 12 months ago by George Agosti
Two of my favorite games from Lucas Arts. Played them alot on the original xbox. Thought I would get them for PC so I could enjoy modding it up.Published 18 months ago by Bryant