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Published on September 5th, 2011 | by Dan


>Star Wars: The Old Republic Dev Walkthrough

>We’ve disparaged this game from almost day one. There was one of the worst voice acted trailers of all time, then there was the graphical quality. It was poor, to say the least. This game is going into a full on beta soon and one of us may even be in the alpha. Can’t confirm or deny that. He says it’s a pretty good game overall.

Today, this walk-through came to my attention and restored some of my faith in the game. The graphics look considerably better, and the raid content seems pretty standard for an MMO. there seem to be your standard class definitions of tank, healer and DPS. After all, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. What do you think?


3 Responses to >Star Wars: The Old Republic Dev Walkthrough

  1. dominick says:

    >knowing bioware, i'm sure it'll be at least good. It probably wont be on the level of WoW but it'll be a good game and definitely satiate the hardcore SW fans out there

  2. Behemoth says:

    >Thanks for not being too bias. =) I've been following this game for two years and I think it has some pretty big standing power. Similar to other MMOs I think it will capture a large audience for people who enjoy this type of MMO.

  3. Welshboy2142 says:

    >I tested SW:TOR a few months ago. The story aspect of it is very good, it felt like you were playing Mass Effect but with other people in the galaxy. The problem was that it didn't feel like i was playing an MMO and thats why i should expect if i'm playing one. Hopefully that was just because there wasn't as many players as there is going to be when it's released.



I put the OO in Swagoo. One of the founders of KBMOD. I stream on Twitch as well as writing and editing for the website.

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