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KoTOR-ors, Howdy! I suspect this question has been asked before, and I apologize if it's an old one, but it's a question that many Google searches haven't turned up answers newer than half a year old. I played the PC version a long time ago, 5+ years, and recently rented KoTOR on the 360 through Blockbuster's rent by mail program. This was after trying my old copy on the PC and discovering it didn't work so well anymore after two new PCs at all, and doing some research and discovering I'd need some serious attention. In any event I'm about 9hrs into the Xbox version and not interested in switching back to the PC version, so please don't recommend that-heh. Anyway, my question is this: what I've learned is that apparently XBox no longer offers support for downloading either the Yavin DLC or patches on the 360. Is that correct? If that's true, how would I go about getting most importantly the patch, because there are a few problems - the sound effects drop out on occasion, cut scenes and voice acting are choppy sometimes. If it's possible at all, that is. Thanks in advance for any information y'all can offer.
Why isn't BioWare and LucasArts pondering over whether this should be a console involved game (Xbox 360/PS3) or not? I mean, if they made this game for either/or, particularly Xbox 360, I think it would be one of the greatest (selling) games of all time. Not only would it be the first ever MMORPG for a console system, but it would be Star Wars, the most well-known sci-fi series, let alone entertaiment franchise in general, ever. With it being the first MMORPG game for a console system, it would draw even non-Star Wars (or more like what of them) and Star Wars fans alike. Just the fact its the first EVER MMORPG for a console system would guarantee sales. Isn't this what BioWare and LucasArts wants? Sales? So I can see no risk. It is a guarantee block buster either way, with console systems or without. But putting this on consoles would put this game in the record books. In all honestly it could beat Halo and all its selling records. I would say, putting this on consoles would be well worth it. I can already see about 30 of my friends (some just "known" people) would buy this for both of the above reasons. It being Star Wars. And It being the first MMORPG ever to be on a console system. LucasArts and BioWare could revolutionize games RIGHT NOW. What are your thoughts?