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  1. It breaks my heart to say it, but I'm starting to think that they just do not exist. Hopefully I'll be proven wrong.
  2. hey, that's good though. It's a code I didn't already know about, which gives me hope there's more.
  3. I haven't seen where they've said that except in here. Sorry, if I missed that. I'd like to see where lucasarts has said that, though. Not that I'm doubting anybody's word or anything. I'd just like to see it for myself, to ease my mind. I'm a born doubter, so if you have anything from lucasarts about this, please let me know where to find it. Trust me, I hope those characters are there. Desperately. And I'm the first to admit I'm wrong when I'm wrong. Just let me know where to find that they said it. I'd really appreciate it.
  4. I do believe we're hoping against hope here. I'm doubting it's there if nobody's found it. The longest game secret Lucasarts has ever kept (I think I'm right, but feel free to correct me on this if I'm wrong) is the original Rogue Squadron for N64. It was out for six full months before the sites or anyone discovered that the naboo starfighter was there. I don't think there's anything more to JK2. wish there were.
  5. "I will not let this Republic which has stood for a thousand years be split apart....."--Palpatine; Episode 2. This game is called Knights of the Old Republic, but its 4 thousand years before the movies. What gives? (I don't really mind. The game will rock, and I can't wait for it. Just felt like being one of those whiny types).
  6. If anybody does find this or any similar codes, please post it. I've played the game to death, and I'm desparately looking for some codes like that or any new ones that might spice up the replay a little more.
  7. Have you tried shutting the system off then cutting it back on?
  8. Jedi^Trainer, I'm fairly sure that the cloaking thing you're asking about is the multiplayer version of mind trick (since obviously you can't control the other human player's mind). I'm not 100%, but I'm pretty sure.
  9. Are we just out of luck on really good x box cheats? I can't find any. Don't get me wrong, I love the game, and have beaten it. I'm not looking for power cheats. more like codes that let you go to 3rd person with guns, or possibly even skins. I mean, I know its a console game, but it does clearly have 3rd person perspectives, and clearly it has several skins (look at the multiplayer). So why aren't there any codes to let you play as these fella's over in SP? Just doesn't make sense to me. I mean it would have to be one of the easiest things for them to implement. It's all already there, they'd just want to make it accessable via the code screen. Anyway, I know this sounds like a rant. It's not. I love the x box version, and if that's my biggest complaint, I should count myself lucky.
  10. *Not at all, Topshot. I think that's pretty cool.*
  11. Jeck sits quietly, looking at his glass. "Sorry. Nevermind. Just that there's some folks out in this galaxy that I'd really like to see... well.... no longer in this galaxy." He takes a deep breath, and says, trying to change the subject, "so. What's your story. Why is a Jedi--I'm assuming you are, in fact, a Jedi--hanging out in this dump?" "Hey," Welmin protests as he pours another patron a drink.
  12. As Welmin pours the drink to Euro, Jeck walks up and sits beside him. "So," Jeck says, "I heard you mention coruscant and a master? You wouldn't happen to be a Jedi, would you? If not, I'm sorry I bothered you. If so, I have a humble request."
  13. Welmin is a Toydarian that runs a cantina on a starport in orbit around the planet Crodaria in the Outer Rim. Welmin's is a cantina that is known to be a no fire zone, and a safe place to relax and get your mind off the dangers of a harsh galaxy. He has several extremely advanced security droids that are programmed to destroy anyone that shows any signs of violence. He runs a peaceful bar where sworn enemies can sit side by side and know the other one won't try anything... dangerous. Rules: This is basically just a place for characters to relax and get to know one another. It's pure RPG, no real action. Just be your character in the bar and get to know the other characters around. On your first post, only give a description of your character's physical appearance and actions, to keep it real. In life, the world doesn't know your complete background when you enter a room. Let's let that stuff come out during the course of getting to know each other. Of course if you WANT to give more info, that's fine. feel free to use Welmin in any way to bring your character into the cantina. I'll start: Jeck walks into the cantina and is immediately greeted by Welmin. "Carbon Sleeper!" the Toydarian yells. "Been too long." "Not long enough," Jeck answers. He is wearing a plain gray flight suit. He looks as though he hasn't cut or brushed his hair in months, and he needs a shave. Tiredly, Jeck takes a seat at the bar, hoping to find somebody--anybody--to chat with to take his mind off his own sorrows.
  14. Leemu is right, Flanders. With the hit and miss Star Wars video game history, every time I buy a new Star Wars game, I'm in a "Please don't suck this time" panic. This one definitely doesn't. It really met every expectation I set for it. I think you'll be pleased.
  15. I'm with you Stim. I'm desperately hoping there's some cool codes for the xbox version. I'm getting worried, though. Not much showing up on the sites. Doesn't change the fact, however, that it still rocks. Flanders, in my opinion, the multiplayer is one of the best fps multiplayers out there. Sure it doesn't have xbox live, which is a big downer for a lot of ppl, but what it does have shines brightly. I think it has every single mp mode the pc version sports. All in all, I think it's the best sw console game I've played (and trust me, I've played just about all of them, even the bad ones).
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