You're going to laugh at me for this...<br><br>I had rented the game to see if I liked it. I really got into it and kept it past the return date, but didn't finish it. So I returned it, but then stuff came up and I didn't have time to play, so I didn't buy it. Then I rented it again, and got into it again. This time I returned it on time, and I was so far into the game, I couldn't see spending 49 bucks just to finish it. So, I'll be renting it again, and probably end up paying a few dollars short of the retail price. Talk about painting myself into a corner.<br><br>But I like the game.<br><br>"You're off the edge of the map, mate! Here there be monsters!"
LOL...that sounds like something I would do too... Luckily I signed up for the Gamefly service and I can keep the games as long as I want...<br><br>I've been playing off and on for a few months, but some missions just take so long that very often I stop right after I finish, and then don't go back to the game for a few weeks..<br><br>Only thought of it today because I saw in a gaming mag in the bookstore that the 2nd one was being worked on as we speak...<br><br>[color:red]You slap my back, I'll slap yours!</font color=red>
I wonder if it will be any good. After you master some of the force powers it's pretty much a fighting game. The adventuring is fun, but pretty structured.<br><br>"You're off the edge of the map, mate! Here there be monsters!"
Well, I guess it all really depends on which path you choose for yourself...<br><br>I'm going down the light side path this time around, and maybe next time I'll just be the biggest bad ass dark jedi imaginable...<br><br>[color:red]You slap my back, I'll slap yours!</font color=red>
I'm doing the light side too. Actually, I've topped out on the light side. Funny thing is, that you can learn dark side force skills and you don't get dinged for it.<br><br>"You're off the edge of the map, mate! Here there be monsters!"
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