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Star Wars: KOTOR Collection Coming Exclusively To PC This Month

Posted on Monday, July 2 @ 08:09:08 PST by Alex_Osborn

If BioWare's Star Wars MMO just isn't doing it for you anymore, perhaps this sweet little collection will tickle your fancy. Thanks to listings by both GameStop (via Joystiq) and Amazon, it looks like a bundle pack featuring both Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic I & II will be available later this month.

You'll notice from the image above that the game is only a couple of weeks away from its July 17th release date and will launch at the affordable price of just $19.99. LucasArts has yet to confirm the validity of this collection, but with both GameStop and Amazon prepping for its launch, you can expect to hear something official very soon.

Let us know whether or not you plan on picking up the bundle in the comments below. If I had a PC that could handle games that launched after 2001, I know I'd be on board.
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