TSLRCM tries to fix to the best of our abilities the issues The Sith Lords had due to being rushed. Containing a host of restored content and fixes many bugs left inside TSL giving you the most polished and best possible chance to get the full experience.

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Restores and fixes the game how it should have been.

This is how the game should of been released as. Thank you for all the hard work.

As being a strong fan of KOTOR since its initial release, I am extremely happy to see that fans have banded together to finish perhaps the best star wars game released by Lucas Arts. I have enjoyed this far beyond expectations and strongly recommend this to any who have bought KOTOR II and were disappointed about how it was never finished. I applaud you and am deeply grateful for what you have done here.

I Only discovered TSLRCM at 1.7 but have been playing K.O.T.O.R sice 2006. I thought that the vanilla version was brilliant, but with the added content, the game is so much better. Now i have to wait for M4-78 Enhancement Project.

The Restored Content Mod shows us how KotORII would've been like if it was actually completed. Kudos to the entire team. :)

Completely amazing one of the best restoration mods I have EVER seen!

This mod is a must have.
It incorporates it'self flawlessly with the released game, so much that I second guess myself when I think something is added by the mod, or I just missed it previous play-throughs.
I've only played with the mod for a few hours, but I'm really interested in the content that links the two games (partially just because I want to hear the voices of my old favourite characters); of which I've experianced only a tantalising morsel. I can't wait to get into the HK-50 and HK-47 content.

It has been a long time coming we have been waiting for this, fixes almost every major bug, even helped my game run with the sound on without crashing, next time some one ask's me how the hell I got KOTOR 2 running I'm pointing to this!

Basically awesome mod.

TSLRCM is fantastic, but the M-4-78 mod is an abomination.

TSLRCM deserves a 10 with the restored content that, aside from the Jedi Padawan voice-over, is flawless. On the other hand M4-78 is like the undead - killed by Obsidian, resurrected by the TSLRCM team, but just stumbles along with no coherance trying to eat the players brain.

The voice-overs are cringe worthy, the gameplay is incredibly boring, and the journal system is inadequate - most of the time I had no idea what I was supposed to do next. With more work it could become a good mod, but as it stands as soon as this playthrough is finished I'll be uninstalling M4-78.