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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords

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Congt2701
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Yes need this for Windows 7 and Windows 8. Steam version crashes 99% of the time after cut scenes.

I would gladly pay 100$ to GOG for getting Kotor 1 and 2 without bugs. It is so worth it.

I also have the original game disc but it still crashes on Windows 7 after cutscenes. And unfortunately I dont use Windows XP anymore :/.

4 days ago
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Hassat_Hunter
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@ patrick; I doubt they want to include M4-78EP by default, since it's really self-made by us, and some people really dislike the planet (:().

And of course, still pro KOTOR2 on Gog, and would be fine with TSLRCM being an addon or pre-installed with it :)
(The amount of times people report bugs long fixed on Steam is staggering :()

Mar. 31, 2014
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www.zcheap.org and www.ubulk.org

Feb. 26, 2014
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TyanmirRise
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KOTOR 2 is essentially a "mini" Neverwinter Nights 2 in my humble opinion. The best treatment of the Star Wars license ever (no hate on Bioware as I've also voted for KOTOR). GOG's RPG listing has so many legends already. Make it complete asap! :-)

Jan. 18, 2014
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vorpaledged
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Petition signed by me!

Jan. 4, 2014
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patricklibuda
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with my little trick no more tweaking is required!

Dec. 20, 2013
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physiq
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Kotor1 & 2 are always in my favorite list. I no longer have both games. Kotor2 requires some more tweaking than Kotor1 before it can be played on Windows 7 and up. I remember the tweaking requires making it run on 1 CPU core instead of more than 1. If I can get it again, I think I can find a way to make to run again. Besides, it can run without problem on Linux (with Wine). So I do wish for it to happen on GOG. DRM-free forever! :)

Dec. 17, 2013
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Raproerk
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My favorite game of all-time, waaaaaaaaaaaaaay better than first in any state (even buggy without patches), would pay immideatly if it will be released on gog.

Dec. 16, 2013
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patricklibuda
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yet another thing - I would like to stress that the stuff below works happily regardless of whether 'threaded optimisation' in the Nvidia driver menu is set to auto, on or off (I have forgotten about other driver settings allegedly problematic with SWKOTOR 1&2) - I just use my preferred settings (visual quality more or less maxed out) without taking any consideration and it works beautifully

Dec. 15, 2013
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patricklibuda
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yet one more thing, - my trick works with both my original German retail versions (4 CDs plus manual etc. each) of both as well as the English collection (1 DVD each)

Dec. 15, 2013
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patricklibuda
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I forgot one thing - with SWKOTOR2 you should definitely use the restored content mod plus robot planet mod (after having installed all the patches and the better cutscenes and music upgrades)

Dec. 15, 2013
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patricklibuda
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one trick that might work (it does for me) is to install it, then copy it to a different directory, then uninstall it and kick out everything referring to it from the registry (the same also works for SWKOTOR1) - and voilà, run your copied version (either through the explorer or the command prompt - in the case of SWKOTOR1 you do not even have to worry about adjusting the number of CPUs used and priority level - works quite simply like a charm in my case on Win8.1 64bit with an NVidia GTX570 and the currentl driver version (331.93) - even stuff in SWKOTOR2 like the Coorta scene on Peragus station where you have to use consoles and look at camera footage to trigger off stuff works (without flickering and then crashing) - you do not get any flickering when starting/loading etc. - both games run and they do so rock solid! all you need to do is put the respective CD/DVD in the drive for copy protection reasons - should the game suddenly minimise (e.g. in some cases when a cutscene is supposed to be played in SWKOTOR1) all you need to do is click on the icon in the taskbar and the game continues to run happily

(with newer Nvidia cards particularly SWKOTOR1 is known to just minimise and rien ne va plus - with my little piece of home surgery both parts nevertheless work)

Dec. 15, 2013
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SinStar87
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One of my favorite games. Doesn't work on my laptop.

Oct. 7, 2013
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Heartstopper
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If you do end up releasing this, try to include the community patch for the cut content. Certainly helps later portions of the game actually make sense.

Sep. 26, 2013
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lookinglass
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Would love to see a Win 8 easy compatibility version

Jul. 13, 2013
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Hassat_Hunter
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I'd be fine with TSLRCM on GOG, why not? :)

And the more people get to experience TSL the better, it's truly a great game. Go GOG!

May. 10, 2013
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Wolverine95
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The versions of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II offered by steam and retail stores does not work on most computers. If GOG does choose to sell SW: KOTOR TSL to the public, be sure that it actually works and does not crash like the steam and retail versions.

Apr. 14, 2013
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Hemi7
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Great game IMO better than the first.

Mar. 29, 2013
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alvorsam
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Bought retail CD-ROM version on Amazon. After hours of patching and what-not I gave up. Bought the Steam version, clicked on the icon and it worked!! No hassle! Even works with the restored contents patch. So what I'm trying to say is, I don't think GOG wants to go over this process all over again to make a workable game, and I don't think we should ask them for it either.

Mar. 5, 2013
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bearshaman
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I'd still love to see this game on GOG. I grabbed Deus Ex on Steam, and a couple of days later it showed up here for less money and without DRM. I was frustrated by that, and I don't want to make the same mistake with Knights of the Old Republic II. This game is near and dear to my heart. I love the characters, I love the story (which seems to mimic the structure of a Homeric epic), and I'd hate to ruin all the good memories with the resource vacuum that is Steam.

Nov. 6, 2012
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Blake_Stone
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I agree with AlbetrtCole's comment. The plot had so much more depth to it than KotOR's, and it was evident pretty much from the get-go. KotOR TRULY was a great game. I'm not knocking it in the least. The thing about the plot though is that, while a great plot, it has quite the typical "hero-of-the-day" kind of style. I suppose that's how I would define it; hopefully, it's clear enough what I'm trying to get across. It was more flat in that regard. KotOR II's plot, on the other hand, was much deeper and intricate and DIFFERENT (different referring to the style of the plot in general). I found it to be exceptionally interesting and intriguing. Multiple times throughout my playthrough I found myself commenting about the plot. Loved it. Period.

Sep. 8, 2012
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NordLord
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This game is now available on Steam for all those looking to purchase this game digitally.

Aug. 23, 2012
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LeoCastell4
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I can't find a place where you can buy a digital copy of this game and having played the original, but never playing this I'd really like to give it a shot.

Aug. 23, 2012
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K00L
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I lost my copy of the game a few years back. :\ Still have the first game on CD though :P This really needs to be available I loved this game and would like to experience it again.

Aug. 18, 2012
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itzvillain
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In all honesty I'm really hoping for this to be available to buy. Fingers crossed.

Aug. 13, 2012
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Grifman_95
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I have a bought copy but my computer is brand new, so for some reason it thinks my graphics card is not good enough to run the game so if GoG had it i wouldnt have that trouble :)

Aug. 11, 2012
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micahm
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Will throw money at GOG if they get this one.

Jul. 30, 2012
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IgnusDei
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Lost my physical copy of the game a long time ago. Would really love having this game here.

Jul. 28, 2012
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veryblackraven
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Actually it has been finished. Checkhttp://www.moddb.com/mods/the-sith-lords-restored-content-mod-tslrcm/downloads/tslrcm-18

Jul. 27, 2012
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virarneeda
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It doesn't need a GOG version, it works fine on Windows 7. What it needs is a *finished* version.

Jul. 4, 2012
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Lurchibald
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@equa3sign Really? Then how do you explain my being able to play it on Windows 7? If GOG were to get the rights to sell it I hope they contact the creators of TSLRCM (The Sith Lords Restored Content Mod) and host it on GOG as well, It makes the game so much better!

Jun. 19, 2012
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equa3sign
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The point of having it here is that it does't work on Vista/Windows 7.

Jun. 18, 2012
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Regrets1015
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Just buy it on Amazon.com ... There is no DRM so I dont see the point of having it here at GOG

Jun. 13, 2012
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AlbertCole
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Very underrated. If we talk of depth, it goes beyond KotOR.

May. 24, 2012
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OctaSteve
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This game was a disappointment. Worth the money? Sure. A true great? Never.

May. 11, 2012
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tylermccoon
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Haven't played it yet and would love to.

May. 10, 2012
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lettuceman44
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Except it isn't available on any digital distribution system that I know of. Having it on GoG would be great. I can say goodbye to my disc forever!

Apr. 24, 2012
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agyagasztal
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Re-releasing the game as we know it wouldn't make much sense as - as many have pointed it out - it is available elsewhere and it works. BUT! If we could get a kind of "director's edition", as it was rushed by the publisher and most of the game's cons resulted from that... So if we could get the game as the developers envisioned it, with all the cut content, with full storyline for all the characters... now that would be worthy of a lots of my moneys. But maybe Kickstarter is a better place for such, or something.

Apr. 24, 2012
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elektriskejohs
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I would really love this. It's one of the few games that are absolutely impossible to track down anywhere.

Apr. 22, 2012
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dnlkiro
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No. You can get this already everywhere else. It works.

Apr. 21, 2012
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skypezee
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I'd love it if KOTOR 2 was made available. I have it on disc but I can't get it to work anymore. Even if it's buggy and incomplete, I'd still be willing to spend money on it because it is a good game.

Apr. 20, 2012
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cor2879
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By the way I've had no trouble getting it to run on my new Alienware system with an I7 processor and Windows 7 Premium. Maybe there are bugs but I had -no- problems whatsoever on my system.

Apr. 20, 2012
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cor2879
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KotOR 2 is one of my all time favorite games. It's even better with the fan made 'Restored Content Mod'. I already own the game on Xbox and PC but I'd buy it again on GOG just to show my love.

Apr. 20, 2012
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REKiller
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Please make this happen! I've been wanting to play this game again for such a long time.

Apr. 20, 2012
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BegaMan
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Please! I never finished this game! It crashed on the same mission twice when I owned it on Xbox! Both times, it corrupted the entire save file and I never finished it D:

Apr. 20, 2012
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Nueemann
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If they released a DRM free KotOR II that worked on modern PCs, they have no idea how much money they would make.

Apr. 19, 2012
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wookiecommander
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i'd pay for kotor 2 drm free

Apr. 18, 2012
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Zah
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DRM free KOTOR2? Do want!

Apr. 16, 2012
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Stiffkittin
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The gimped genius prodigy of the KOTOR family and largely appreciated by critics despite the glaring flaws inflicted by the usual rabid cash-in publisher antics.

Apr. 14, 2012
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anomaly
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@Verdan - thanks, I never knew about that mod, just the Team Gizka one. I'll check that out if I can find my old KotOR II discs!

Apr. 10, 2012
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