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Switch Players Are Unable To Complete The Game Due To A Bug In Star Wars: KOTOR II

Players are enraged when they learn that a flaw in Star Wars: KOTOR II's Nintendo Switch version renders the game unplayable

Players are irate that a severe flaw in Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords' release version has stopped them from finishing the game. In response to a Twitter complaint about the problem, the port's developer, Aspyer Media, admitted the flaw that broke the game.

Aspyer responded to the complaint, "Hello, this is a known problem and will be fixed in the upcoming patch. While we are unable to give an ETA right now, we promise to let you know as soon as the fix is available.

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Players who experience the problem are shown a blank screen that can't be skipped or advanced through after a cinematic showing Meetra Surik and his group landing on the planet Onderon. Players are left with little choice except to restart their game, travel to other locales, or find another game to play while they wait for a repair.

Additionally, the flaw appears roughly halfway through the game, which, like Star Wars: KOTOR I, requires about 30 hours to finish the major quests. This isn't the first time a community has heard of a bug that breaks a game. Similar problems with the game crashing after attempting to access the merchant's quarters were noted by players of the initial Star Wars: KOTOR II release in 2007, also on Onderon.

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Gamers immediately expressed their excitement when it was revealed that Star Wars: KOTOR II will be coming to the Nintendo Switch during Star Wars Celebration Day in May. They anticipated both a nostalgic walk down memory lane and a complete revamp. Given how long Aspyr may have known about the problem, many people are now upset and worried about how such a serious problem could have gotten through testing. Obsidian Entertainment, famed for creating South Park: The Stick of Truth and Fallout: New Vegas, created the role-playing game Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords in 2004.

The Exile is a Jedi Knight who was expelled from the Jedi Order at a period when the Sith had almost completely wiped out all Jedi. The story is set more than 4,000 years before the events of the Star Wars movies. To regain connection with the Force and unlock unique skills, the player must decide whether to pursue the light or dark side. The game was extremely popular, selling over 1.2 million copies by 2008 despite not receiving the same level of critical and financial acclaim as its predecessor, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic.

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