Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - Sith Lord for PC
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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - Sith Lord

Feb 8, 2005
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About this game

Developer: Obsidian Entertainment
Content Rating: Teen


Approximately five years after the events of the original Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, the Jedi are on the brink of extinction, nearly brought to an end by the Sith. The galaxy is in turmoil and the Republic no longer has the strength to protect its worlds. Sith Assassins are hunting the one they believe to be the last of the Jedi, the one who holds the fate of the galaxy ... you.

Bringing a new chapter to the Star Wars series, this sequel to the blockbuster RPG again delves into the saga's founding lore that was explored in the original. The Sith Lords features an all-new, more perilous storyline, new characters, classes, locations and force powers.

System Requirements


  • OS: Windows 7 or newer
  • Processor: Intel Core i3 (2 Cores), AMD A10
  • CPU Speed: 2.2 GHz
  • Memory: 4GB RAM
  • Hard Disk Space: 10 GB
  • Video Card (ATI): Radeon HD 5450
  • Video Card (NVidia): GeForce 260
  • Video Card (Intel): HD 4400
  • Video Memory (VRam): 256MB
  • Controller Support: Microsoft® Xbox® 360 Controller for Windows® (Wired), Microsoft® Xbox® 360 Games for Windows® Wireless Controller with Adapter, Microsoft® Xbox® One Controller (Wired), Razor Sabertooth – Gaming Controller for Xbox 360, Thrustmaster GPX, Logitech Gamepad F310, Logitech Wireless Gamepad F710

Critic Reviews

3 Reviews
Greg KasavinFeb 07, 2005
It's just as important to note that no other game since Knights of the Old Republic has managed to deliver this excellent style of role playing. If you're a Knights of the Old Republic fan, then you should find a certain satisfaction in knowing almost exactly what you're in for going into The Sith Lords.
jkdmediaFeb 21, 2005
KOTOR 2 is a great game that lives up to its lofty predecessor. However, the game isn’t revolutionary and sticks very closely to the original in terms of gameplay, meaning that if for one reason or another you weren’t a fan of the first Knights of the Old Republic, then you probably won’t care much for the second one. This is unlikely, though, as the first game was a masterpiece.
Steve ButtsFeb 08, 2005
Sure, it's got some technical problems and, sure, it starts fairly slowly but if you can see past those flaws, you're in for one hell of a treat. The moral choices are much more varied and integrated into the overall experience this time around. I wish the new influence system had more of an effect on the actual narrative but the idea is intriguing in any case.