Darth Revan is back...A Sith Lord from a time period 4,000 years prior to star wars: A new hope. One of the greatest strategists in the galaxy, his actions had lasting ramifications for the Republic, Jedi and the Sith for millennia to come. Dark Lord of the Sith is an alternate history to the original trilogy, the storyline is 4000 years in the future, therefore, making it non-canonical; a story of what would have happened if certain key events in their respective canon sources had played out differently. TEN STORY LINE CAMPAIGNS, Eight Gigabytes (roughly 8 billion bytes)...Groundbreaking, 'Dark Lord of the Sith' is a technical triumph...Featuring TEN STORY LINE CAMPAIGNS; the Fourth Faction is fully playable in GC or Skirmish mode. In conclusion, uncompromising, unrestricted and fully executable game play...'Bad to the Bone', a formidable beast.

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Jul 7th, 2013 1 person agrees 2 people don't

Galactic Civil War/Old Republic crossover...sounds idiotically

Omega117a says
1 Omega117a

May 18th, 2013 1 person agrees 7 people don't

This is quite possibly the most nonsensical mod I have ever played.

Revan magically comes out of nowhere in the GCW with the Exile and all the Sith AND Jedi from KOTOR1/2*. Not only that, but they, Sith soldiers, Old Republic soldiers, and Mandalorian >NEO CRUSADERS< are there too.

Oh, and they are all working together because Revan says so. I don't even...

Also, the "campaign" is just a 5 year-old's cartoon drawing of Jar-Jar compiled via computer into a text format and called a script with one person that has severe asthma attempting to voice multiple characters. Really?


*(most of which died in KOTOR1/2, all dead by time of GCW)

hansolo34 says
1 hansolo34

Jan 17th, 2013 2 people agree 5 people don't

Great idea, but the glitches such as sound failing altogether, graphical glitches, missing names, AI issues, and unplayable ground battles with crashing make this a bad mod.

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