Discussion in 'SouthWest Region Discussion' started by GrandAdmiral_Frank, Sep 27, 2007.
I'll go with KOTOR II.
OTHER: The Jar Jar Binks 3-D Adventure Game
I really liked the Republic Commando game. I think it was amazing. Like a Halo set in Star Wars.
Have you read the books?
I love the game, it was nothing but fun named Star Wars.
[hl=blue]I have the books in the library, but I haven't read them yet[/hl]
Check them out.
You forgot about the Star Wars Lego and Star Wars Lego II games... I would have voted for those...
[hl=blue]Oh yeah, I totally forgot about those! I hereby change my vote to LEGO Star Wars II[/hl]
I plan on getting both of those.
Especially now that they are both $19.95 at Walmart. I paid $39.95 for the Classic Edition
[hl=blue]Psh!!! I paid $49.99 the day it came out![/hl]
It probably even cheaper used but I have a thing against going that route.
The Greatest STAR WARS game of all time?
The one that is always playing in my mind.
What's it about?
I got Battlefront: Renegade Squadron (PSP) and it's pretty nice. Not as god as KotR but a very good (if not the best) Battlefront game I've played.
I'd have to go with some of the classics as the best games ever...the Dark Forces series was great and so was TIE Fighter (although it took me years to beat the original Dark Forces and TIE Fighter games...I couldn't figure out how to open a door in DF--that set me back a couple years...lol) Only in TIE Fighter do you get called the "Emperor's pigeon stool" (can't say I've heard that term anywhere else!)
A source close to BioWare confirmed to us today that the studio?s upcoming untitled massively-multiplayer online RPG will be centered around the Star Wars universe, specifically that of Knights of the Old Republic, which the developer released in 2003. The game garnered critical acclaim and spawned a less-popular sequel, released by Obsidian two years later.
The game is being developed by the company?s Austin studio, formed in 2006 and headed by BioWare Creative Director James Ohlen, whose past credits include the first KOTOR, Neverwinter Nights, and Baldur Gate?s I and II.
This is not the first Star Wars-related MMORPG: Star Wars Galaxies debuted in the summer of 2003, followed by several expansions. It was generally well-received by fans and critics, but subscriber numbers plunged and never recovered after a controversial gameplay update in 2005. It?s estimated that the game now has fewer than 100,000 subscribers and less than 20,000 active players.
It?s currently unknown whether or not EA, which acquired BioWare last week, will act as publisher for this title, or if the studio had a previous arrangement with another publisher.
Expect the game sometime in 2009