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

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

Windows version

Main menu
Every Star Wars movie and game must start out with the introduction
A tractor beam pulls in the Ebon Hawk to Peragus
You awaken in a kolto tank on a seemingly deserted station
Kreia: One of the many mysterious NPCs you're able to recruit in the game.
A prologue is available to get you used to the basic controls
As in KOTOR1, dialogue choices can alter your alignment.
One of many new features includes the ability to have two weapon configs.
Telos: Homeworld of Carth Onasi.
Dantooine: Agricultural planet
Korriban: Ancient Sith world.
Onderon: A backwater Republic world
Dxun: Onderon's jungle moon
Nar Shaddaa: Planet of mercenaries and smugglers.
Darth Sion... A Sith who has a personal vendetta against Kreia
A Jedi "miner"?! Definitely not the clothing most Jedi wear.
Ouch! That hurt! It's a miss, but it sure looks like it went right through me
Swoop Racing takes a turn... there are now changes of elevation, "traffic," and mines
Bao-Dur and his droid... That nice arm of his will let him bypass shields like this one
Am I dancing or fighting? The lightsaber forms (used even without a lightsaber) affect what movements you do in battle
You aren't the only one with special moves while fighting
A conversation with Kreia about the Handmaiden... The programmers have a sense of humor in this game
The option to play dark side is ever present.

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

Xbox version

Main menu.
You can listen to game soundtrack.
Loading screen.
Selecting your character class.
Selecting your looks.
The classical story opening.
The prologue.
Time to wake up, the adventure awaits.
Skills need to be earned.
Accessing the computer terminal.
Looking around in the 1st-person mode.
The map shows only visited areas.
Need a space suit to go out.
Dialogues and choices build your character.
Getting familiar with thy own ship, Ebon Hawk.
Well that wasn't a pleasant landing.
You can switch the leading character.
Entering the war zone.
Wielding a dual lightsaber makes you a real Jedi.
After leveling up a lot, regular enemies will fall down like flies.
Depending upon the controlling character, your weapons and fighting style will change.
The Jedi seem to be afraid of what you might become.
Your party members.
The alignment meter shows how good or dark your powers may be.
Every apprentice strives to surpass one's master.