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SW: KOTOR Member Review for the PC

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Everyone dreams of being a Jedi, some people take this to the extreme, and become regulars at SCI-FI conventions.  Other just change their name to Obi-wan.  Very gay this is.

Yet, the producers of KOTOR allow the greatest pinnicle of nerdism... Gay Jedi.

Thats right, you can be a gay jedi, and even name your gay jedi as well. And see people flirt all over your gay jedi.  That alone, makes this game special...Very Special.

Sure the graphics are excellent, the game is deeper and longer than my last credit check, and the replay value is decent. Is the gay jedi that makes this game worth while. 

While most starwars games that have jedi in them are not gay, this one is more of a turn-based adventure, while most hardcore players are used to RTS and FPS. 

There are a few players that will feel constricted by the battles, but for the rest of us, its a breath of fresh air. The FPS genre was getting kinda old.  Actually, the whole StarWars gameing saga was on the verge of total failure. KOTOR breathed some major mojo into the series.

Yes, there are Gay jedi, and there are battles a plenty, and there are some flaws to this game.

The game is a little buggy.  I've had this game crash on me more than once, and thankfully, the auto-save feature will stop to much backtracking... The facial expressions are another problem. Your character looks like their having a horrible bowl movement, or Bells Palsy.

Luckly, this was fixed in the second game.

In the meantime, KOTOR has gay Jedi, who look like their constipated.  Still, the game is excellent. And the Gay jedi should be motivation for anyone to pickup this titie.  Its a drag-queen's dream.



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