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Aspyr has acknowledged that there is no way to quit KOTOR II when switching

Knights Of The Old Republic II, with three characters wearing light swords and biscuits in front of their ship.

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Oops. Aspyr, the developer/porter behind the latest version Knights of the Old Republic II nintendo switches, tweeted He realizes that it is currently impossible to finish the game.

Austin-based Aspyr has made its name by porting classic games to new systems, most recently bringing a lot of Star Wars games to the Switch. The latest is a painful name, but it is so beautiful Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II – Sith LordsHe went out two weeks ago.

After pressure from a customer, the studio admitted it understood that the game was currently flawed, so it could not be completed on a Nintendo handheld.

It was an impressive effort from Daniel Moore, who first asked if the company “realizes that there is no way to finish the game?” asper reply With a slightly vague comment about “a known issue we’ll address in the next fix”, followed by a link to their support page. But Moore pushed the studio even harder and made it clear that he was aware of the problem at the time by repeating the question. are you aware?

Then Asper responded to Fassing. “Yes, we are aware of that, our development team is working to deliver the fix as quickly as possible,” he said before adding.

He appears Game crashes after playing “Basilisk Crash” sceneVisible When players reach Onderon. Which is very annoying almost in the middle of the game.

It raises some important questions about the quality assurance of the game, which can be released in both certified and unfinished form. It’s also a matter of when Aspyr noticed a game-breaking bug in its product that affected all players, but that’s not for potential and existing customers. We called Try asking these questions.

Nintendo can be particularly tricky in releasing patches for games, which increases latency before a patch is released. But Cricky, what a mistake I made, though oddly fitting given the wrong history of the 2004 game. It’s definitely worth persevering with your purchase of this great Obsidian RPG until better news comes out.

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