The hero/villain/it's complicated who launched Star Wars' distant past setting in 2003's Knights of the Old Republic gets another shot at the spotlight in Shadow of Revan, a digital expansion for MMO Star Wars: The Old Republic, launching in December.
If you ask a bunch of folks which Star Wars video game is the best, more often than not you'll be told Knights of the Old Republic. The first one, not the second, of course. I disagree.
Sure, we all know Knights of the Old Republic had good Star Wars. But did you know that it almost took place during the Clone Wars?
Today is the 10th anniversary of BioWare's classic Star Wars role-playing game Knights of the Old Republic. Happy birthday, KotOR! Thanks for having such great Star Wars.
Hey guys. Classic Star Wars RPG Knights of the Old Republic is out on the iPad this week. Expect more coverage from us in the morning.
If you enjoyed Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II and hate Electronic Arts, then this next sentence should make your heart flutter: Obsidian Entertainment, the studio that gave us Fallout: New Vegas and an unfinished KOTOR II have pitched another Star Wars role-playing game set between Episodes III and IV.
Those panels up above, featuring mulleted stand-ins for Kotaku staffers past and present? One of your very own peers wrote them. And it caused much merriment in Kotaku Tower, so thanks for that.
We live in an era of extreme spoiler-phobia. Be it television, movies, novels, or video games, the speedy connectivity of social media has conditioned us to live in fear of ruining one another's fun. We add spoiler warnings to even the most mundane details, even when the subject of the discussion is years old.
Darth Revan, the "star" of classic role-playing game Knights of the Old Republic, has been immortalised in polystone. It'd be cooler if it was carbonite, but that stuff doesn't do fine details as well.
Revan, the star of Knights of the Old Republic, is a fairly popular character in Star Wars' expanded universe. So it's probably for the best that plans to include him in the woeful Clone Wars cartoon fell through.
I mean, there's already LEGO Star Wars. There's even LEGO Star Wars based on a video game. Why not go one better and make some LEGO: Knights of the Old Republic?
Few things mar a game, especially a role-playing game, like being sold on creating a complex, even unique character and then being presented with tendentiously noble or evil choices to build out that role.
Here's a rundown of the new video game-based comics going on sale in comics shops in the U.S. this week, including two from Blizzard's biggest series.
As EA confirmed today, the next Knights of the Old Republic is going to be a MMO. From Portfolio.com: