Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II – The Sith Lords was the first game from Obsidian, the developer who would later work on Fallout: New Vegas and The Outer Worlds, and it sometimes gets a unfair rep – especially compared to BioWare’s first game. The main reason many players don’t remember Knights of the Old Republic II as fondly is due to the fact it was rushed out for a Christmas release – with much of the ending, several story threads, and at least one planet being cut out or down. Since then, mod makers have worked hard to restore a lot of KOTOR 2’s cut content, but the one thing that hasn’t been fixed is the slow march of time – the 2004 game looks pretty ropey on modern systems. While there have been a few improved texture packs for various KOTOR 2 characters previously, there’s a new texture mod out now – which is the most expansive and sizeable one for the game yet, clocking in at around 2.7Gb.
Eve Online, the massive space game that’s been host to the biggest and costliest battles in videogame history, is now available on the Epic Games Store. Along with expanding to […]
The Glenwald Calling update for the tactical RPG, The Last Spell, brings a new map, three Apocalypse levels, and a strategy-foiling enemy along with a horde of refinements, bug fixes, […]
Tune in 9/23 at 3 p.m. PT for a Nintendo Direct livestream featuring roughly 40 minutes of information focused mainly on Nintendo Switch games launching this winter. #IGN #Nintendo #NintendoDirect
You might have heard that belts are being removed from Final Fantasy XIV. That’s true in practical terms, but not technically accurate – they won’t be zapped out of existence […]