KOTOR lands on Steam

BioWare's seminal console RPG.  

BioWare's acclaimed take on the Star Wars canon, Knights of the Old Republic, is now available to download from Steam or Direct2Drive.

Penny Arcade Expo attendees visiting The Old Republic stand were offered a copy for free, but everybody else will need to pay £6.99 for the privilege.

Released in 2003 on Xbox (and later PC), Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic combined D&D role-playing with George Lucas' iconic universe.

The result kick-started a console foray for developer BioWare (expanding again soon with Mass Effect) and rekindled interest in the Star Wars licence.

Take a trip down Eurogamer's memory lane for Kieron Gillen's original take on Knights of the Old Republic.

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