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KOTOR II: Sith Lords

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June 14, 2005 4:20:03 PM

I have completed this in 21 hours. Half the time of the first one. Man that sucks. This game was $50 compared to the first that was $20. Anyway onto the final KOTOR.

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June 14, 2005 6:14:26 PM

I wonder if you're just playing to do the game as fast as possible or are you searching for anything they hid in the game?

A lot of games expect you to do more than just run from point A to Z..

and I've never really heard anything about the game outside of your posts.. so I'm going to assume it's not all that good of a game? Especially with your post on short game play..
June 14, 2005 6:46:35 PM

One thing....I play the games until I have completed them to the fullest extreme. I have unlocked all quests, and have searched the map until all corners of the "Fog of war" was open. Every nook and cranny. Every rock was turned over.....e.g. every corpse was searched. So ta da!! Yes this game was very short. There were only I beleive 5 planets to explore.

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June 14, 2005 7:47:26 PM

I used to play this game call "Uninvited" for the Amiga 500. It was really hard and probably still is. I never did beat that but I still sit around wanting to play it and beat it. I remember I only got 20-30 minutes into the game before I got stuck.

And Jinxter.. that game was awesome.. and hard. I need to start searching for the older games to play on my new 64bit computer.. haha
June 14, 2005 7:56:53 PM

I'm young but not that young....amiga 500??? i've had coleco vision....is this what your talking about....I mean as in old console???

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June 14, 2005 9:01:10 PM

Like 1987 Amiga 500.. ran off diskettes. It's still the greatest computer ever.. for it's day. :) 

It's old, but I was 6 years old in 87.

They had some really good games.. Test Drive, Paper Boy, Uninvited, Bounce, etc. Lots of games.. Can't seem to find a good emulator.. or even a place to download the games. Everyone wants 3 dollars for the games.
June 14, 2005 10:58:12 PM

paperboy rocked ass, man!

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June 15, 2005 11:49:10 AM

Coleco Vision 1984....hehe....

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June 15, 2005 1:12:44 PM

All I have to say is that the graphics on the Amiga were awesome.. way before their time..

and you guys think HF2 and stuff have good graphics.. haha.

I remember playing Test Drive all the time.. that was awesome. Crashing into the little old granny driving the blue car going 30 when I'm running 190 in my fast little red car.
Or the bird poop landing on the windshield and smearing..

but I really liked playing "Eagle's Nest" the most. That game was awesome. :) 
June 15, 2005 2:22:53 PM

test drive was pretty cool, dont think i spent as much time as i did on it as PB though, :smile:

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