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Platform Xbox, Win, Mac, iOS Publisher LucasArts Developer BioWare Release Date 2003-07-15

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Star Wars: The Old Republic receives ridable Tauntauns and a new story arc

BioWare's role-playing game Star Wars: The Old Republic update 2.3 Titans of Industry is now live, introducing Tauntauns as the game's first animal mounts, as well as featuring a new story arc, allowing gamers to delve into the shadowy secrets of Czerka Corporation's CZ-198 Labs. Involving two new level 55 Flashpoints — Czerka Corporate Labs and Cezerka Core Meltdown — the story arc centres on the fictional company Czerka Corporation, headed by special executive Rasmus Blys. Based on the private moon of CZ-198, the nefarious organization focuses on weapons design, droid manufacturing and biological research. Through exploration of the labs, players will fight the corporation's experiments, uncover secrets and recover new weapon types. Ridable Tauntaun mounts can now be bought...

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BioWare celebrates Knights of the Old Republic's tenth anniversary

It's ten years today since BioWare launched Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, and the company is celebrating by looking back at some happy memories. KotOR was released by publisher LucasArts on July 15, 2003 for the original Xbox, and immediately secured its place as one of the all-time great role-playing games. It scored golden reviews across the board and won multiple awards including the Game Developers Choice Award. Earlier this year, the game was released for iOS. On its blog today, BioWare assembled some of the game's old hands to look back at their time on KotOR. "I was actually working as a texture artist on Neverwinter Nights when I heard the news that we had secured the rights to do a Star Wars RPG game," recalled art director Derek Watts. "Casey [Hudson, game...

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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is coming to iPad (update: available now)

BioWare's role-playing game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is getting an iPad port, according to a review for the version on IGN. The game has been developed by dedicated Mac OS port developer Aspyr, and adapts the game's controls for touchscreen, according to IGN. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic launched in 2003 for Xbox and Windows PC. The title was ported to Mac the following year and was released through Steam in 2011. A sequel, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2 — The Sith Lords, was developed by Obsidian Entertainment and launched in late 2004 for Xbox and early 2005 for Windows PC. The Sith Lords hit Steam last summer. Update: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is now available for $9.99 through the iTunes App Store. According to a listing on...

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'Fallout: New Vegas' developer teases new game

Obsidian Entertainment, the studio behind Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II and Fallout: New Vegas, is teasing a new untitled game on the front page of its official website. The developer's website is now replaced by an image of an ouroboros surrounding the number four. Clicking on the icon takes users to a speculation forum for what is being called Project X. "What do the words mean?" reads the site. "Nothing. The Dirge of Eír Glanfath is sound without form, a lone voice crying out in mourning because it must." Additional text is available within the page source: "X . X X . X X To tenderness, fellowship. To fellowship, vigilance. So bring we all to the Night Market. I am the Spindle of Esenath. Know me by my light and stand with me in darkness." It is so far believed the title...

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GDC Online Awards nominees revealed

The nominees for the third annual Game Developers Choice Online Awards were announced today. Nominees in 12 categories ranging from Best Online Game Design to Best Community Relations were selected and voted on by the development community. Members of the public will be able to vote soon in the Audience Award category at the GDC Online Awards website. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, BioWare's MMORPG, lead the way with six nominations. Several other games, including Glitch, Realm of the Mad God, DragonVale, Tera, Indiana Jones Adventure World, Empires and Allies, CastleVille, The Sims Social, Draw Something, League of Legends, World of WarCraft, and Diablo 3 earned two nominations each. Awards will be given at the GDC Online Awards ceremony, which will take place October 10th...

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'Knights of the Old Republic II' modders restore cut content

Modders working with 2004's Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords have restored content cut from the final version of the game, releasing the final version of the mod yesterday, PC Gamer reports. "The Sith Lords Restored Content Mod" has been in development since 2009 and restores deleted plot elements and dialogue, as well as fixes over 500 bugs present in the game's final version. The mod team also provided voice acting for the restored dialogue where it was absent. "I think TSLRCM makes it pretty close to Obsidian's vision," project co-lead Zbigniew Staniewicz told PC Gamer. The group is working on another mod for Sith Lords, which will add to the game planet M4-78, the Droids' Planet, from unused models left in the game files. Since the planet was not part of...

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Releases
North America
  • Xbox
    • Released 2003-07-15
    • Publisher LucasArts
    • Developer BioWare
  • Windows
    • Released 2003-07-15
    • Publisher LucasArts
    • Developer BioWare
  • Mac
    • Released 2004-09-07
    • Publisher LucasArts
    • Developer BioWare
  • iOS
    • Released 2013-05-30
    • Publisher Aspyr Media
    • Developer BioWare
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