Star Wars™: KOTOR II App Reviews

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What is star wars™: kotor ii app? Five years after the events from the award winning Star Wars® Knights of the Old Republic™, the Sith Lords have hunted the Jedi to the edge of extinction and are on the verge of crushing the Old Republic.

With the Jedi Order in ruin, the Republic’s only hope is a lone Jedi struggling to reconnect with the Force. As this Jedi, you will be faced with the galaxy’s most dire decision: Follow the light side or succumb to the dark…

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The choices you make will affect your character, those in your party, and those who may join you in your quest.

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Star Wars™: KOTOR II Version 2.0.209 March 2021

- Bug fixes.

Star Wars™: KOTOR II Version 2.0.118 December 2020

- Bug fixes.

Star Wars™: KOTOR II Version 2.0.018 December 2020


Star Wars™: KOTOR II Comments & Reviews 2022

- Great Game with A Small downside

This game is great. So glad that it’s finally on the mobile store. But the one thing that actually hurts me and makes me get mad, is the camera controls/movement for Swoop racing, shooting from the Ebon Hawk, or anything that isn’t actually your character. The moment is horrible on them. And half the time in the races, the speed pads don’t register and work to speed you up, leaving you to always lose. Along with the fact that the movement while racing is jagged and just not as good as a console/PC version of this game. Other than that, I’ll be spending many hours on this game. Hopefully working to slowly... and calmly, beating the races.

- Finally here! The best and darkest Star Wars

First off I just wanna say I’m so thankful this game is finally here I’ve been hoping for this port to be able to cross over to the phones for so long. I love the first game but the second game was the first one I played out of the two and I was blown away by the amazing role-playing mechanics and story. The best thing about this game are the characters and how the characters are the focus and this one a lot more. Influencing your companions to make them into Jedis or sets is one of the most satisfying payoffs in this 30+ our video game. In short you definitely want to buy this and have it on your phone to be able to play wherever you go it is a timeless classic and my favorite piece of Star Wars media out of every game movie or TV show. Kreia is the most interesting and best character ever. My only complaint is I noticed the characters running speed is significantly slower than what it was on PC and Xbox. Please adjust this so that running speed is as fast or even faster than the original game. The KOTOR 1 port to the phone had boosted the running speed for the player so I’m sure Aspyr can also fix this with KOTOR 2. Thank you!

- Interface issues

This game rocks and I’m glad to see it’s on mobile, I just had a problem with the interface text being too small and the hud should be redesigned to look normal on newer phones. I also suggest that they move the quicksave button far away from the options button. This is very minor, but it slightly bothered me how a lot of the menu buttons are light blue when the rest of game is mostly green themed. That’s about it. I remember seeing a review on kotor 1 about someone being upset that the button to spin your swords from the original game was removed on the mobile version and it upset them because they used to spam that button all the time, as I’m sure we all have, and they added that button in the mobile version of this game, so if that doesn’t make you want to buy it, I don’t know what will. Oh yeah, and fix the bug where the audio cuts out after a phone call.

- Greatest RPG of all time

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2: The Sith Lords is set a thousand years before the Phantom Menace. It is the story of an exile who seeks to reconnect with the force in order to save or destroy the galaxy, the choice is up to you. I love this game! I was maybe 8 or 9 when my dad introduced me to this game. I played it on an old Windows XP computer and I could never beat the first disc! Now years later, having beat it with and without TSLRCM on computer, it’s finally made its way to mobile! It’s great what Aspyr has done to port this to mobile, and even though it doesn’t include TSLRCM, it’s still an enthralling story with a great cast of characters and a certain charm that’s shared between it and it’s predecessor(Knights of the Old Republic 1) that just oozes quality and still holds up as one of the greatest stories ever told in Star Wars. 160% recommend if you like RPGs or just want to get into Star Wars in general, this is one to get!

- LBeautiful, just beautiful

Totally worth the pre-order! Huge nostalgia rush, loved the first one and the sequel even more. I’m so grateful for this, especially since Aspyr said (what feels like long ago) they likely wouldn’t do this. All I can say is: THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! Now the only thing, just ONE thing, is I’m a little sad that this is the cut content version that was released on launch back in the day. Though I’m hopeful updates may restore the full version. Regardless, cut or not, this game gets 5 stars from me right off the bat. Runs way better than it did on my old computer back then as well haha! I remember having to install a bunch of patches and fixes. Now it’s all on smartphones, just amazing how times have changed. Once again a big thanks to Aspyr for this, I rarely write reviews at all but this was so worth a 5 star.

- Still one of my all-time favorites

When I saw that KOTOR 2 had finally been ported to iOS, I bought it right away. I played this game over and over when it first came out in 2004, and no matter how many times I’ve played it, it’s never come out the same way twice. I love KOTOR 2 for the customization of the characters and the fact that the story is about the PC. As much as I love KOTOR 1, it always felt like it was more about your companions than the PC, even with the big twist near the end of the game. I’m already on my second play through since I bought the game. It doesn’t matter that it’s over fifteen years old, it’s still one of the best Star Wars games ever. As for the port itself, the touch controls are really good and easy to use. I end up accidentally talking to my party members a lot, but that’s the only compliant I have about it. Also, the movement speed could be faster. I end up using Force Speed a lot just to get around quickly. All in all, great game; great port. Makes me wish Aspyr could port some other great Star Wars games like Dark Forces and Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy. Then the nostalgia would be complete!

- Great port

Been a fan of these games since they came out. I was very excited when the second one was finally released and I’m really satisfied with how it plays on the iPhone. As many have said the turn based (hidden dice too) lends itself well to the mobile platform. I’ve played them consistently over the years but it’s funny how much easier than when I was a kid playing them. Really the only issue I have is that it can overheat my phone just a tad, and while it doesn’t crash, my phone (iPhone 11) will drop the brightness on what is already a fairly dark game, even with settings maxed in that regarded. Not too terrible though. Well worth the money

- An excellent port of an unforgettable game!

I’ve been waiting for this moment for a long time... and Aspyr delivered with the hidden ability to install some PC mods as well! This is the FULL GAME, no-holds-barred! The fact that mods, including “The Sith Lords Restored Content Mod”, are able to be installed via iTunes or Mac makes this an easy five star review, as the game wasn’t exactly finished when it came out in 2004 (thanks to the ridiculous 1 year development cycle forced onto Obsidian). This is a must buy for iOS as it runs well (including an option for uncapped frame rates), has good/great touch controls (which the original game practically begged for), and is an unforgettable Star Wars role playing game with tons of replayability.

- Simply Amazing!

KOTOR 2 is hands down the best out there in terms of Star Wars mobile rpg games. I’m not the type of person who plays rpgs at all but when I first played KOTOR 1 I couldn’t put my phone down even despite it having its challenging moments at times, I managed to finish it and love every bit of it. Now that I’ve finished KOTOR 2 I look back on KOTOR 1 and realize that KOTOR 2 simply surpasses the first. The story, character development, customization options and everything about KOTOR 2 is just brilliant that I couldn’t stop playing and finished it in about a week or less. All in all, if you’re looking to get into a rpg game, more specifically, Star Wars, then KOTOR 1 and 2 are a great start.

- Great game but still so many bugs

Like I said, great game that I’ve enjoyed since it came out 16 years ago. It’s just a shame that they still haven’t figured out how to fix the same problems from.. 16 years ago. Most of the game runs fine and beginners wouldn’t even notice anything wrong. If you’ve never played KOTOR II before, ignore this rant and consider this a 5* rating. But certain side quests are supposed to give you particular items to enable to get you inside a specific room, for instance, many many hours later into the game. Well I just found out, probably 15 more hours into the game, that the item was never actually put in my inventory. So even though I can go back in my quest log and verify I did things correctly, there’s no way to finish this extended “quest” other than go 15 hours back and replay everything once again. That’s definitely not worth my time.. I only decided to show support for you guys and buy the game again, hoping that the love was really put into it this time. Tl;dr: It’s basically a KOTOR II CD-ROM ported to iOS with some antialiasing features. It performs as such, don’t expect to discover any new (repaired) content.

- Just needs bug fixes and content after you defeat Kreia

Great game and I know that this is a pc game on mobile but I ask of you 2 things 1-can you please make an update that basically is the restored content mod for pc because the game is very empty and because I’m still sad I cant destroy the he unit factory 2- make an update where we can play the game after defeating Kreia and I don’t mean play the game in general I mean play the same game load that you were playing when fighting Kreia just cuz it’s something the KOTOR games don’t let you do but would be really cool like after you defeat Kreia you unlock some new planets and force powers

- Developers, plz help!

The game has been fantastic so far, but far into my game I have encountered a game-breaking bug. After all jedi have been convinced to go back to Dantoinne, when I travel back there in the Ebon Hawk, and go to leave it onto the planet...the screen just goes black. Like a cut scene is supposed to load but won’t. So, after advancing maybe 75 percent through the main plot, the game freezes and you can no longer play. This is bad. Developers, please fix this in a patch ASAP, so I (we) can continue playing this awesome classic game! ( one of my all time favorites)

- Amazing!

I have to say, waking up one day to see my favorite game of all time come to mobile was amazing. Even more so actually playing it. It runs great for me, I do have a bug with sound effects but I’m sure they’ll fix that before long. Now the next thing I need to figure out is if they added the RCM content in the game or not, I’m assuming not and really hope they will or give us an option/way to install it. I’d also like an option for cheats, I’ve played this game dozens of times so having a little fun with an OP character wouldn’t be too bad. Well, just having more speech would be great! 😂

- The best-written Star Wars game now on IOS!

This is my favorite Star Wars game and playing it on my phone is a dream. I would reiterate what another reviewer said and note that it would be amazing for the restored content mod to be brought over as well. Also, a small request to the devs: I love playing KOTOR with the sound down so I can have my own music playing as the app runs. Right now, KOTOR 2 doesn’t let me do this. My music stops whenever I open the app and I can’t get it to work. If you guys would change this, you’d be making my favorite app even better

- Great Game

Probably the greatest game of all time along with Kotor 1. Can’t get enough of this game. Very well put together and it plays exactly like on the PC or console. Excellent story line and a pioneer rpg game. Graphics might even be better on the iPhone. Definitely worth the money to get Kotor 1 and Kotor 2. I’ve played both about 100 times over and each time I’ve found a new dialogue option or path. Kotor 2 is even better about forming around your decisions in game and every decision has its consequences. 5/5, highly recommended. If only they made a tv series about this game.

- Finally, a phone game I actually want to play

Hats off to the devs on this one. For real, I’ve never spent money on a mobile game, but I LEAPT at the chance to buy this bundle. I’m barely out of the prologue on KOTOR 1, and a couple missions in on Nar Shadaa on KOTOR 2, and haven’t come across any major glitches or irregularities. Movement is a little awkward, and I find myself clicking my companions as I’m trying to turn the camera around, but I honestly couldn’t think of an alternative so I’ll put up with it. Glad to pick this classic back up, keep up the good work.

- Better optimized than kotor 1!

This game on the iPhone is a dream come true! I just hope asypr will take the time to spruce up kotor 1 a little bit so both games will match. For example, the main menu for 2 is just like the desktop game but kotor 1 has a 2d menu. Maybe they’ll change that soon? Also the dialogue options feel more interactive as you get to see your character rather than have them cover the entire screen. Just some ideas I’d love to see implemented. Thank you for also having mod support for the restoration mod!

- I never thought I’d see the day...

This game is without a doubt, one of the greatest RPG’s of all time, next to its prequel. The fact I saw this released for mobile on my birthday, was without a doubt one of the greatest birthday presents, ever. The character development, backstories, intricate gameplay, the multiple solutions to pick from for every situation, the extensive skill tree, etc., along with many other aspects, makes this a full and truly unique RPG that has never been made like it before. Be prepared to face a series of emotions including but not limited to: Satisfaction, Drive, Frustration (because of encounters with other devious characters, not because of the gameplay itself), Happiness, Sadness, Love, Hate, and Regret. This is a game that can be played 10+ times over and possibly still not reach every goal, encounter every aspect, or turn over every stone. Truly one of the greats. Worth every penny, and then some.

- Audio can controls

I absolutely love this game and I’m more then happy that it’s finally been ported over for mobile, the only issues I’m having is the audio when I walk seem not to work correctly when I walk or engage in battle all I can hear is the music, the controls are also a problem it seams like when I run I’m not able to look around and run at the same time causing me to have to stop and reposition the camera to move in the direction I want to go. Once those problems are fixed this game will easily get 5 stars from me

- Amazing game once they squash the bugs!

Firstly, like many others I am currently stuck on dantooine. Vrook is stuck and the merc battle goes to black after the cutscene. Also the movement is cumbersome in that you will very frequently engage in unwanted dialogue or actions by barely sweeping over them while just trying to turn your character around. There are a few other bugs as well but I will say load times are VERY fast on iPhone 11. This game is ENORMOUS for an iOS game and it’s only been out a short while so I will wait patiently while they patch these problems. If you’re less patient, maybe save your money.

- Crashed or bugged or something corrupted.

About the second or third time I played the game it started behaving weird. I can’t trigger the narshaddah red eclipse and stuff disappears. I have been all over everything in the game and came back from three planets. The entire visas thing and all of the quests on narshaddah. Still no red eclipse. Quello appears twice and that’s it. Have to reinstall it a second time and hope it works. It works fine the first time you play. After two games and a reinstall it’s crashing or not continually getting anywhere.

- Great potential

First off, the sound doesn’t work in the game... this obviously take half the fun out of the game play. This isn’t an issue with my settings. I have checked all configurations and connected to AirPods; still no sound. I also have an issue with controlling the character. You can only direct the character with one thumb. Meaning when running, you can’t look around like other RPG gameplay. If we could run with the left thumb and look around with the right, then gameplay would be dramatically improved. Other then that, I haven’t found any other issues with the game so far. I am very excited!

- Black screen...

I am in the Defense if Koonda mission, turned in the final preparations for the defenses, after I repaired all the droids and repaired all the turrets and engaged them to hostiles only, the screen goes black. If I touch where certain things are, such as the map in the top right or the menu in top left, they open, it shows me on the map in front of the desk clerk inside the estate. I am unable to move or do anything. I’ve sat the game down and just left it for nearly an hour thinking something might happen, but nothing.... I need to know what to do because I REALLY don’t want to restart the game!!

- Great game all in all....

So I must say, I’ve been waiting for this game for a very long time. The copies I played on the original XBOX had a bug to where the game wouldn’t proceed. It would get stuck on a certain loading screen. Luckily that’s been fixed on this port. This game has been loads of fun to play. I would say the only downside is the wonky controls. A digital Joystick or maybe left side of the screen for movement and right side of the screen for looking/turning would be much better. Rather than that, it’s still a fun game.

- Greatest Piece Of Star Wars Media Ever!

The KOTOR series is my all time favorite Star Wars story ever told. This game is of no exception. The characters are deep and fascinating (especially Kriea), the psychological aspect of the force and the total deconstruction of a typical Star Wars is told like no other. The only unfortunate part is that this doesn’t have the restored content mod, but even without it, the game is brilliant just like the first KOTOR game. Regardless of how much of a fan of Star Wars you are, this game is a MUST BUY for its writing alone. The old school D&D RPG aspect takes it over the top.

- Great game but there’s a huge glitch

I was obsessed with the first game so when I saw il the second one was released on the AppStore I was overjoyed. Was I thrilled to spend $15 on the game? Not really. Did I get mad when the game had a huge glitch which caused me to not be able to get further into the game? Absolutely. For an app that’s $15 there shouldn’t be such a huge glitch on Nar Shadaa that stops you from playing the game any further. Don’t waste your money until this is fixed. I got about 20 hours into the game only to find out that this glitch is a thing and now I can’t play anymore of it until this glitch is fixed.

- Love it but...

I’ve been waiting forever to play this game again and finish it. This is a great port, but there are three problems. 1. Crashing. The game has crashed at least 5 times. I have a iPhone 10 plus. 2. Sound. Sometimes, when I get a phone call, when I start playing the game again, there’s no sound, so I have to restart it. And 3. Words are really tiny to read on Main menu and the item page. Fix these and I’ll give it 5 stars. Really is a classic, though!

- Dead Stop Glitches Galore

This release is far too buggy. Dantooine Examples - Vrook glitch keeps him trapped in his cage with no dialog...later the cut mercenary assault scene fades to black, hangs playing music and never launches Khoonda battle. I’m literally stuck and cannot proceed with the game. There are other examples as well but they did not stop the game from progressing. Not sure it’s worth starting over to be honest. This is super frustrating after investing several hours. Any suggestions? I am a big fan of the first KOTOR on the iPad. But This release? Not so much. Gamers, if you are on the fence about spending a fair amount on an iPad game, you might want to hold off for awhile until there are later releases. Assuming anyone wants to fix this.

- Very satisfied

It’s just as I remembered it for the original Xbox. And it has MFI controller support to it. I’m glad I can use my Xbox one controller to play this game on my iOS and it works perfectly no complaints from me. I love how you guys changed some things in this game to make it easier to access the options and other things. I runs smoothly on my iPhone SX. I’m so happy you guy brought out my favorite KOTOR games on to the iOS. The first one was ok. But the second one is my absolute favorite. Thank youz

- Restore content and bugs

First of all, thank Aspyr Media for releasing this game on iOS platform. It enables people to play on different platforms and will reach a wider gamers and spread influences, given how philosophical this game is. I have several concerns. First, we really want to see it integrated with TSL Restored Content Mod, as the game itself is largely incomplete on story. Second, there are some bugs such as not gaining experience on Peragus turret fight, and I cannot install HK-47’s special module as the dialogue was not triggered even after I bought the module.

- Love it so much

This app is great!! I’ve been waiting the last 5 years since I’ve started playing KOTOR on mobile for KOTOR 2 on here! I downloaded it the very minute I got the notification that it was ready to be installed, and I’m still playing. Currently as of typing this, I’m on the Citadel Station part, and so far, it runs very well, haven’t received any bugs :) this app is very worth the $15, and I don’t doubt that it’ll be very popular once more people download it!!! :)

- Great Game with game breaking bug

This is an excellent game. It’s tons of fun with a great story and characters. I haven’t played this in years so when I found out that I could get my hands on it here I was pumped. It’s been great to play it again, but I’ve encountered a game breaking bug that’s ruined the experience. On Dantooine I can’t speak to master Vrooks even after I’ve defeated the mercenaries. This was weird but it got even worse when I did the battle of Khoonda mission. After the cut scene ends I get given a black screen that makes progression impossible. I love this game, but until this bugged story mission gets fixed I can’t recommend it.

- Been waiting for YEARS!

Been waiting for years for this game to come out on iOS! Ever since they did that poll back in like 2015! Love it so far! Haven’t had any issues or glitches so far. My only real complaint is that the menu text is TINY. I mean tiny! I don’t have bad eyes at all and unless I have the brightness turned up I struggle with it sometimes. But the dialogue text is perfect so it’s just a bit of a minor gripe. Still loving it!

- Cloud saves and controller support!

In the load game menu, there is an iCloud logo on the right side...this lets you upload a save file to the cloud to play between iPhone/iPad. Xbox controller works fine but touch controls honestly aren’t bad for this style game. The game also stays loaded in the iPhone 12’s ram so that you can minimize the game, do other stuff and then jump right back to where you were..great port in most aspects..worth the money.

- Finally!!!

Been hoping to see this on the AppStore for years!!! If that wasn’t enough, you can actually install the content restoration mod through iTunes. This game was famously rushed to market, with a huge chuck of the game coded out, because they didn’t have time to finish it before the holidays. It took years to make the mod that does its best to complete the game, and It took years for the game to make it to my phone. Truly thankful!

- KOTOR 1 was way more user friendly

Was beyond excited for this to release and am left frustrated I have to try and play through the game squinting at my screen. The options menus are ridiculously small for no reason. They have lots of space wasted on each side of the menu. The movement has also changed from Kotor 1 where now it is very slow and not seamless. You used to be able to look with one thumb and run with the other. Now you have to try and manage to do both with one thumb??? I hope these bugs get fixed

- unplayable

This is a fun rpg game I will admit and enjoy playing it but to the ones who put this game on mobile please fix it, I can’t play through the game half way through because I can’t complete dantooine because the master vrook cave cut scene and battle won’t trigger and on onderon can’t get through the rest of the game because it’s not letting me go through the rest of the mission to go back to onderon the second time so please fix it other wise if you can’t fix it I want a refund because we all paid to play this and it’s upsetting that I can’t play the last half of the game and complete it

- KotOR II is a timeless classic and worth every penny

As of writing this review, it has been less than a month since this game’s release on iOS, and I have played it through start-to-finish three times, with around 60 hours of gameplay logged. This game is an absolute treasure, and this port of the game works better than it ever did on the Xbox in 2004. Nine million forms of communication would be too few to adequately express how wonderful this game is.

- Do they Care

First off i wanna shoutout all the og kotor fans who paid they good $15 for this bugged out app. Now to the app i got a chance to finish the game but i completely understand the bug this game brings for i ve dealt with a few but there’s one that brought my campaign to a stop dantoonie is bugged out n i dont think the developers care to fix it or just cant tbh. I got this app when it first came out and since its only been to updates like seriously idk I would recommend this to F&F but the bugs are serious for some so i ll just say beware u might not get to finish the game or do wat i did and start over.

- Vrook glitch.

Ok guys, this is really frustrating. I am 30 hrs deep into the game. I go to free master Vrook and there is a glitch. The force field cage doesn’t open. After doing some online digging, I found out this glitch has been around a long time. In order to free him, it seems I will have to reply the area in order to trigger the scene where he is free. I do not have a save point before this to redo this area. Not even an auto save. There must be a fix. I don’t want to restart the entire game just to try again. Please fix this. Other than this, I love this game and have waited a long time for it to be released on iOS. This is killing me guys. And the game.

- Bug issue!

Whenever I get to a certain part of the story (on danootine) my screen turns black and I’m unable to proceed further into the game! It’s after a cutscene battle, plus I am not able to free the Jedi in the cave on dantooine as well. I’ll click on the Jedi that you are oppose rescue after defeating the enemys near by him and he just sits there not doing anything! I love this game very well just fix the bugs on the wonderful game.

- 12 pro max support

This game was clearly not made with the 12 pro max in mind. The corners don't fit the screen and the notch covers a very significant amount of info. I had entire tutorial messages be covered up, and if you flip the screen the notch covers 80% of the party members face covering the blue bar entirely and making character switching kind of a pain... A floating joystick option for movement controls like a traditional smartphone game would also be very appreciated especially for the premium price you pay for this game.

- Really Really Good

Important issue; no cloud saves, my iPhone and iPad don’t share same game saves no matter how much troubleshooting I do. This is an excellent way to play KOTOR 2 and certainly the best way to play it in a mobile setting. The touch controls are highly functional. I suspect it’s running 60hz or well above that, it is very smooth with capped or uncapped FPS alike. No hitches or stutters ever. Never crashed or anything like that either.

- Love this game but needs some tweaks.

Obviously this game is amazing. Been waiting a Bart long time for the iOS version to come out. Buuuut two things I’ve noticed right off the bat is one the sensitivity is a little lacking compared to the KOTOR one iOS port. And the subtitles for the alien languages move way to fast. I was about 14 when I first played this game and I never had a problem with it. Im a much better reader now and I can barley keep up with the dialogue. Please fix this! Please 🥺

- Incredible

After months of being told that we were never gonna get this game on mobile phones , I was very pleasantly surprised with this being given to us. I bought it the second I saw it and I’m not disappointed. This game is everything it is on consoles or PCs and the controls are refreshing and new. Thank you for Bringing my favorite game ever toy phone.

- Just as Good at the first one

A must have for any star wars fan. Plenty of updates from the first one that make the game operate smoother. The dialogue with your party is much deeper with many more options to unfold not just in your main story but side stories as well. Your decisions in this game have a large role. Plenty of replay opportunities. If you love RPG games and Starwars then this is the perfect match. Great game 5 out of 5 for me.

- Great port

This game is top tier it is very optimized for the system at hand. Minor glitches but brings back the nostalgia of playing this when it first came out for the pc. P.S for those of you experiencing bugs look on obsidians original KOTOR two forum and a fix should be there, as in the case of master vrook just save before entering crystal cave and create a new save when proceeding forward.

- All things considered a great port!

Considering that this is a game that was known to be buggy on its intended platforms (e.g, Xbox) this is a remarkably stable and well designed port for the iPhone. I have been playing using the touch controls and it’s honestly been super easy to pick up (although a controller is recommended) This is a GOAT-level game for me, and a must-buy at this price point.

- Love it. Needs controller support.

I’ve played the original on my PC several years ago and I started playing through this mobile version now. Thoroughly enjoying my time playing it again. However, if there was controller support it would be amazing. As it is, my hands hurt holding this smaller screen for a while. But otherwise, this game is perfect. I 100% recommend.

- Waited years for this

I played this game on my old pc when it first came out, I was about 5 at the time. The pc gave out a while ago and haven’t played this game since, now I’m 20 years old and playing on mobile is the biggest nostalgia trip ever. Favorite Star Wars game ever if not my favorite game ever, not one problem on iPhone 7!!!

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- Almost perfect port

Wonderful job! Just finished a 40+ hour playthrough. The only major issues is I had 3-4 straight up crashes, and a bug that came up just a little too often where certain sound effects (melee, running, force powers) would disappear until I restarted the game. Nothing that should prevent a purchase. The only thing that made me a little sad is the loss of the art style and green colour of the dialogue text. Instead, the KOTOR 1 port's blue text font and colour is included. Now when you take an unmodified KOTOR 2 and don't touch the dialogue text and run the game at high resolutions, it appears ridiculously tiny - so I understand why the devs here have overhauled it and used their own system. But there was something lost in the conversion here, and I would love it if they could make it a little more like the original. Thanks for the port. I was finally able to do what I never did when I was a kid - turn every companion into Jedi! P.S. Played with an Xbox controller, which worked wonderfully. This version of the game even recognises when an Xbox controller is plugged in and changes the button prompts to actual Xbox button prompts. Aspyr, please bring the same controller support to your KOTOR 1 port! I wanted to play KOTOR for the first time, but it just didn't have the same level of polish and controller support as this recent release does.

- Amazing game and better than the original

When I heard this game was coming to iPad, saved up my money and I was not disappointed. Overall I think it’s better than the original game and darker which I love. I can’t believe that a game this good was made in 2004. I don’t mind the graphics, their actually better than expected. If I notice any errors or glitches I will change the review. Also when starting the game Jedi sentinel is the best character

- Awesome!!!!

The game is amazing on my iPad and really brings back the memories! Also as a note to anyone looking to buy this, you are able to install the extended content mod on iOS for this version through iTunes...totally worth the effort

- Cannot be played on IPhone.

Extremely disappointed to find this is advertised as being an iPhone game. I was so excited to finally have KOTOR 2 available on iOS. The original KOTOR works excellently on iPhone. When trying to play KOTOR 2, however, it’s pretty clear no one actually tested this out in iPhone. Perhaps it is optimised for iPads. None of the interaction buttons are even available. No menu either. It’s a completely HUD-less screen. The screen looks too zoomed in and no reticles come up. If you’ve played KOTOR you know that interactions are ENTIRELY BASED AROUND RETICLES. NO RETICLES MEANS NO KNOWING WHERE AN INTERACTION WITH THE ENVIRONMENT IS AVAILABLE. Even worse, when you try to leave the medbay - the FIRST ROOM OF THE FIRST LEVEL - you can’t. No actions come up on screen. No actions means nothing can actually ever be done. You can’t bash the door. You can’t leave. You just spent 22 dollars on a game and you can’t do anything but interact with one console and *shudders* Kreia. This is likely an easy fix but.. yikes.. 22 dollars and you didn’t even check if it can be played?

- Fine, but no controller support? Really?

The game works okay. Load times aren’t super long. The big let down is the forced touch screen interaction. Despite that it asks for Bluetooth permissions, so it can stay connected to controllers, the 8Bitdo gamepad I use for other games on my iPad does nothing in KOTOR 2. I also have a keyboard connected by Bluetooth which does nothing. One would think AT LEAST the PC keyboard control scheme would have been retained. I’d increase it to 4 stars if this were fixed.

- One of the best RPG Star Wars game

Never played these games on original consoles, just on iPad and wow, better story than most new Xbox games. Highly recommended to any star wars fan. Plays and looks great. This game is huge for a mobile device store.

- Hostile tracking and no controller support

I find it appalling that a $22 game includes tracking that is so invasive to user privacy. I expect that from free games or the crappy games that rely on gems and that type of in app purchases, but did not expect it on this one. Shameful. Also, in the FAQ on the website they advertise it has controller support, but this is misleading (if not false advertising). It does not work with MFI controlled. You know, the Made For IPhone controllers. Ridiculous.

- Even better than KOTOR 1!

Amazing game! The game is similar to KOTOR 1 in terms of controls and how to interact with Npcs and other objects. However the introduction of lightsaber forms, influencing characters, crafting and new abilities. Very interesting storyline as well.

- It’s ok

I thought when buying this that I was going to be a strong sith lord and have fun dulling but the stupid part when you on the mining ship is to complex and hard to do I think it’s ok though I’ve watched multiple walkthroughs and I can’t get passed it’s and I want a skip for that cuz it don’t matter.

- Good game

Already finish this game and got to level 50 quick. would be more cool if we had the restore content. Overall it was fun.

- So happy

Thank you so much for making this game for iOS next suggestion would be swtor on iOS which will be awesome

- It’s great but

They should have just included the restored content mod but otherwise it’s great and have played 3 play throughs it’s still a great port

- Awesome

So happy to get one my favourite Star Wars Games from the past on iPad. Well worth the money, please bring some more these great old Star Wars Games for iPad like Tie Fighter or Battlefront.

- Great Game But…

… the text sometimes skips in cutscenes for no reason. Apart from that and a few other things (which could just be me), this is a great game. Hope to see more of their work on iOS.

- I’ve been waiting for this for so long

The nostalgia is real. I loved the original one, so happy that KOTOR II is finally here!

- Great upgraded game but missing Restored Content

Looks fantastic on iPhone 12, amazingly smooth and optimised for IOS like KOTOR1 But the game on pc/Mac has the restored content mod adding so much to the game. This is the base, buy on a different system if you want to play the full game

- Simply incredible.


- Why is the game tracking our browsing history

I’m sorry but it’s bad enough when free apps do this, but a premium game like this tracking us as well?

- Only let down is no controller support (Razer Kishi)

Please consider adding support for iPhone controllers.

- Junk

Rubbish compared to KOTOR Clunky controls and boring

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- Worth it

After playing KOTOR I was thrilled to see the sequel. Was a little disappointed in some of the gameplay. Was fun to play a bit more of the game, but seemed a little patched together.

- No MFI Controller support

The game lacks MFI controller support.

- No controller support

Played KOTOR 1 with my controller, disappointed to see the sequel was released without support for controllers :(

- Finally it’s brought on mobile

One of my favorite video games ever

- Sound

The game audio cuts out when I start playing and I have to restart the game to hear the audio again. Can you please fix???

- Good game but no MFi controller support

The game is good, but that was a known thing going in, and I’m reviewing the port so the quality of the game it’s self doesn’t really come into play. It plays well for the most part, but the touch controls are kinda annoying. Instead of having a dedicated area you can touch to move forward and back, you need to touch and drag. This alone would not be a bad thing, but since you also have to do the same thing to look, and instead of having a virtual “interact” button, you need to touch things to interact, you often interact with things by accident when trying to move and look and your thumbs get in the way of the screen because you have to drag them quite a ways to move and look properly. Also, the lack of full controller support is unacceptable. Why allow Bluetooth controllers but not MFi controllers which are specifically made for mobile gaming? Yes, KOTOR 2 is a gem of a game, but as much as I want to play it again on the go, the touch controls and lack of controller support make it too much of a chore to be worth putting in the actual effort to play it, which is a really big shame.

- Huge glitch

I loved this game when it was out on PS2 and was super excited when it finally came out on iOS. Gameplay for the first little while was excellent until I found a huge glitch that won’t let me progress any farther. The game shuts down every time I try to leave the back half of the Mandalorian camp... very disappointed...

- Thanks for this :)

Replayed the first one on mobile a few years ago and I was able to replay this one as well thanks to you guys. I love the controls on mobile, it feels like the game was made for touchscreens. Great job.

- Hot Battery

Cooks battery but fun overall.

- Fantastic!

Waiting for so long for the 2nd one!!! Hope it will eventually have controller support like KOTOR 1

- Classic

This game is a classic, so happy to see both on the App Store now.

- Game keeps freezing

Amazing game up until the game continually freezes when returning to dxun at the cutscene where atton walks up to you Playing on iPhone 11

- Convenient Fun

One of the best games of all time made better by having it accessible through mobile. A classic I can access in my pocket. Works well on an iPhone 7 so far and the controls are fairly user friendly. I would recommend.

- Frustrated

I am a huge fan of KOTOR 1 , so I was very excited to see this game finally get released . It’s a fun game but there have been some glitches that have made the game a little frustrating . Including losing almost 5 hours of gameplay . I am hoping that being a new release that these glitches will be taken care of soon .

- Add Controller support

This game for some reason doesn’t support controllers like the razor Kishi like the first game dose idk why

- I’d like the game

When we are done the story Mission we can’t the Explorering world but I can’t so can you guys add an update that when we are done the story message

- Awesome game

Love the game but there one problem when I play it and I can’t play music and play the game at the same time you know so can you try and fix it please and also add more plants to explore and fix the sound cause when I back out of the game to the Home Screen and back to the app I can’t hear them walking or running or shooting but when I restart the game it’s fine that’s all

- Awesome!!!

Thanks Aspyr! I’ve been wanting this game since KOTOR 1 came out on iOS!!! Very happy it’s finally here and it looks awesome and plays great!

- Great Port

Decent game running very well on my iPhone 8

- Incredible

An absolutely incredible game Definitely a great port of the 2004 classic

- J’attendais ce jeu

Enfin ils ont amené ce jeu sur iOS. J’ai adoré le premier KOTOR sur iOS et j’aime bien lui également.

- Amazing

Thank you so much for adding the sequel!! So far so good. I enjoyed the first one so much

- Okay. No Sfx.

For some reason there is no sound effects. No computer sounds, blasters, damage sounds, explosions. Anything that isn’t a cinematic is just the base game music overpowering everything.

- Best Star Wars game ever

Took you guys long enough! I’ve been waiting for this game forever. Man this brings me back to the 2000s. A shame they stopped making sequels...

- Great game

I have been waiting for the port of the sequel since KotOR 1 was released on IOS seven years ago.

- No Controller support

I realize the game just dropped today but I have KOTOR installed and it works fine with my Razer kishi controller. Kotor2 no support. I love this game and look forward to playing it again but not like this.

- Astor I love you

Thank you for porting this game! I’ve been dreaming of being able to play KOTOR 2 when I’m not at home!

- I waited sooooo long for this game!!!!! Thank you!!!!!!!!

Thank you thank you thank you!!! You made my NEW YEAR!!!

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🔥The Excellence of Execution🔥

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic III along with remastered/complete versions of KOTOR I & II.

Miguel Teixeira

2020 is almost done, so here's the list of my favorite games I played this year: DOOM Eternal Ori and the Will of the Wisps Hades The Last of Us Part II The Yakuza Series (still 6 and 7 left though!) Planescape Torment Star Wars KOTOR II Hopefully didn't miss any.

Ajey Pandey

@RTalsorianGames - The endgame of Star Wars KOTOR II - The first combat encounter I witnessed in Star Wars FFG - The opening section of Cyberpunk 2020’s Friday Night Firefight not being “good clean fun” + those Do Unto Others, But Fight Dirty sidebars

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@NotVeryHotTopic @karazorlls There is one! It's called Star wars: The Old Republic There are also single player RPGs: Knights of the Old Republic (KOTOR) And KOTOR II

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@hypnotizedbws much better :’(


Star Wars He was really one-dimensional in KOTOR I, but they pretty much made him “Revan By Proxy” (a mouthpiece for Revan’s beliefs and character sinc Revan never appears in the game) for KOTOR II, though he retained his own personal quirks that made him great.

Graceful Carl hath Declared

@Scott_Crimmins whichever force user was dominant at the time. Kreia (KOTOR II) made this interesting/superficial observation. it’s not a well researched theory on her part but the pattern can be inferred by looking at Star Wars’ fictional galactic history and seeing the Force’s “signature.”

Joe ⛄ ❄️️ 🎄

TFA was a movie that wanted to remind us of what we loved about Star Wars TLJ wanted us to think deeper about some parts of the universe (similar to what KotOR II did) TRoS (in both a good and bad way) felt more like what Star Wars by Michael Bay would be like.

Loose Canon

@XboxSoftmodKit KOTOR I and II really did the best world-building for Star Wars. I don't think we'd have gotten the Mandalorian without it.


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Gushing about Star Wars: KotOR I and II with my childhood friend right now and feeling like I'm 10 years old again is exactly what I needed today

Colin M. Parker

@EliWhoDoesMusic KOTOR’s (and KOTOR II) graphics and the gameplay is outdated for sure but it is some of the best Star Wars storytelling and lore hands down.


@RiverLily_Games KOTOR II was one of the absolute best RPGs ever made, IMO and definitely the cream of the crop for Star Wars games.

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The applications Star Wars™: KOTOR II was published in the category Games on 2020-12-18 and was developed by Aspyr Media, Inc. [Developer ID: 296399696]. This application file size is 3.64 GB. Star Wars™: KOTOR II - Games app posted on 2021-03-09 current version is 2.0.2 and works well on IOS 10.0 and high versions. Google Play ID: com.aspyr.kotor2.ios