(Note: There were some edits at the bottom of this post)
Experiment time!

With the recent Star Wars Humble Bundle Jon and I were discussing playing through The two Knights of the Old Republic games at the same time and discussing our play throughs as we go. Well, I got to thinking, what if I invited the rest of the CG community to participate too? Sort of like a book club, but for games! So here's the deal:

For the rest of the month of February I'm starting an event where we can all discuss our play-throughs in depth. If you've never played Kotor before you can pick it up on the cheap through right now. Anyone is welcome to join!

Join the event here:
Pick up the game on Steam OR at:
Want it DRM free? Pick it up from!

Edit: Just to clarify a few things:
1) In my post I mentioned boy Kotor 1 and 2, but for now the discussion is focused solely on Kotor 1. If people really like this and we decide to move onto Kotor 2 maybe we'll do that through March. :)
2) You don't have to be actively playing through the game to participate. If you've played the game before and just want to join the discussion please feel free!

Travis   Admin wrote on 02/09/2015 at 03:56am

Yes but if it's KotOR we'll be talking about the same game for two years.

Timogorgon   Member   Post Author wrote on 02/09/2015 at 04:40am

Should be plenty for everyone to talk about then. :P The event ends at the end of the month though, lol.

JaBo wrote on 02/09/2015 at 08:19pm


JaBo wrote on 02/09/2015 at 08:20pm

And yeah, I saw the humble bundle and was like wait...I have almost all of those games

AdamPFarnsworth wrote on 02/09/2015 at 09:02pm

I really wish I had time to play this!

vdogmr25 wrote on 02/10/2015 at 01:37am

I'll probably jump in after Valentine's Day. Kotor is one of my favorites.

scrypt   Supporter wrote on 02/10/2015 at 02:01am

This is a cool idea, Tim! I never did finish KotOR, so this might be a good time to jump back into it.

Timogorgon   Member   Post Author wrote on 02/10/2015 at 06:41am

Adam: As far as RPG's go, this one is fairly short and accessible. I was thinking it would take about 20 hours to get through, but a quick Google search suggests it's more like 28-30 unless you're a completionist. Also, I want this to be a pretty chill and fun experience for everyone, so I'm not worries if people don't complete the game by the end of the month. :)

Vdogmr25: Awesome! We look forward to having you join the discussion! :D

Also, since this is kind of an experiment to see if this is something we'll do again in the future, I'm really flexible with dates or what-not. If we have some people join up later in the month and everyone wants more time to discuss and play the game, then I'll gladly extend the event.

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