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Member Since 08 Jun 2004
Offline Last Active Oct 17 2005 10:26 AM

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In Topic: Juhani!!!!!!

06 June 2005 - 11:49 AM

How come Juhani doesn't recognise you as Revan when Revan is the one who saved her from captivity on Taris? That would of been back in Revan's LS days before s/he started wearing the nasty-evil mask & cloak.

She never saw Revan, only heard that other jedi and people talked about her.

In Topic: Favourite Character

06 June 2005 - 11:45 AM

But so far I really like Carth, feel unhappy that I will have to keep Mission around (hopefully there is another rogue available later on) and I wish I could keep Zaalbar, he is rather nice.

Well, you are going to like Carth even more later on, I'll promise :)

Though you can always switch between NPCs (though I wouldn't switch Carth off too often...).

And give Jolee and Juhani a go, and try them too.

In Topic: KOTOR for sale for the highest bidder...

05 June 2005 - 02:46 AM

Hmm. I partially disagree here. A well written story is fun to read or play. But there is a different way you can enjoy your game. As TG said, to test your abilities, and watch your skills improve with time and practice (typical for FPS games). Or to solve a puzzle in a game. To win a sick weimeric battle in Tactics or something like that (well this a sort of a puzzle too).

But what if you know your skills wont get better, no matter how hard you try? That is not fun for me. And since I don't have the time or will to grind over and over again such things, the game will never be finished, and I will be very disappointed.

So it is a good thing that in KotOR 2 this is obligatory (if I ever get the chance to buy it, heh).

People have different ways to play games, and different ways to enjoy them. To me the most important thing is, that these different kinds of people will get their chance to play, if they want to. The games should not only be restricted to those, who want challenge or who want to go over their limits (and who can do this). Or should everyone who is different then just stick to Sims or something similar? (I have never played Sms, so I don't really know what is demanded, but I imagine there aren't much reflexes needed).

In Topic: KOTOR for sale for the highest bidder...

05 June 2005 - 02:39 AM

As for games having to be challenging in order to be fun... heh, there is nothing more relaxing than reading a good book. I like my games to be the same way. Go through the story, have characters I like and that make sense, not uber-powerful 'whoever gives more pluses' types, and still have fun, not re-fight the same battle five times over, waste three hours of my precious time on it and end up with a headache and advance but an inch in the story.

I completely agree.

In Topic: Favourite Character

04 June 2005 - 07:34 AM

Though it's not much description to go on. BTW, is there a site with good character profiles?

You could always try this: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Rebublic