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The Star Wars: The Old Republic

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The Star Wars: The Old Republic: http://urllio.com/r664s

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646f9e108c Over three thousand years before the rise of Darth Vader, the Jedi Order and the Galactic Republic emerged victorious in the Jedi Civil War against the evil Sith Empire. For hundreds of years there was peace in the galaxy and the Sith Empire were assumed to be extinct. Only for a thousand years later, they re-emerged from unknown space to reconquer their lost home world Korriban and attack the Republic and several other worlds. After several defeats by the Republic and the lost of their hold on several systems, the Empire offers a truce to the conflicts. With the lost of many of their systems, and their capital, Coruscant, also captured by the Empire, they have little choice but to agree with the Empire's terms. The Treaty of Coruscant is signed and the Republic must cede control of many of their star systems and acknowledge new boundaries of Imperial dominion. After years of conflict, the fighting finally comes to an end. But tensions are growing over the last few years and peace hangs by a thread; a return to open war may be all but inevitable.
Set long before the Star Wars films, the Sith Empire returns to the galaxy to begin a war with the Galactic Republic. After some brutal battles, both sides stop fighting each other, but the peace is broken and the Empire and the Republic are soon at war again.
To address problems that one of the other reviewers brought up the space combat missions have been totally redone and now can rank alongside other popular flight combat games. I also find the storyline able to hold my attention as my Jedi, Sith, Smuggler, Bounty hunter, Imperial agent or Republic Commando helps tired soldiers, weeping mothers, studious doctors and many other characters further the glory of the Republic or Empire respectively. The only problem I have discovered through hours of enjoyment of this masterpiece is if I use a slower computer (quad-core or less) I have some lagging occurs but waiting for a second to allow the server to catch up fixes it almost immediately also slow internet problems can bring about this same problem. For those still skeptical this game has a free to play trial (swtor.com) that allows for not one penny paid a gamer to play all the way through the game ( this does includes restrictions such as not being allowed constant constant access to PvP side games which does not affect the campaign part of the game, PvP purpose being mainly enjoyment and exp gaining). So take a look at this especially if you are any kind of a Star Wars fan like me :)
I found this game had the absolute potential to be my new favorite game. Unfortunately after a week of playing I was extremely disappointed. At first the game-play and overall game mechanics were fine but over time you release how shabby and stiff the controls are. For example sometimes when pressing a key, you notice some delay which can really put you off.<br/><br/>Secondly if you are running are a mid-range computer, be prepared to lower the graphics settings. At high graphics you will see noticeable lag even though the graphics are not as beautiful as other games (e.g. Battlefield 3 which runs fine on high settings.) This game needs some optimization over time if they want to see me and other mid-ranged users playing.<br/><br/>Thirdly I was expecting an interesting storyline. Unfortunately again EA has disappointed me. I won&#39;t ruin it for anybody else but the seemed good at the start but really does drag on after a while and no

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