Although the original Knights of the Old Republic had long been a part of Steam's virtual inventory, Obsidian Entertainment's sequel, KOTOR II, has been strangely absent until now.
KOTOR received much critical acclaim when it released and has been hailed as a RPG classic. Its sequel, while still successful, provoked much less fanfare. It was riddled with bugs as a result of its rushed release.
While paying $9.99 isn't ideal for an almost eight-year-old game, KOTOR II has plenty of content available that wasn't quite there at the time of the game's release. The nature of KOTOR II's release did result in some unforeseen good. Much of the content that didn't make it into the actual game was left behind. KOTOR modders of The Sith Lords Restored Content Mod team collaborated to piece together all the unfinished content to make it available for fans.