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Post Posted: June 2nd 2009 1:30 am
 

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I don't know where this topic is supposed to go, but this latest cinematic for the MMORPG was too cool not to post somewhere:

BELOW: E3 09: Jedi vs Sith Cinematic

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[align=center]BELOW - E3 09: Jedi vs Sith Cinematic:

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Timeline Trailer
Get a glance at Star Wars history as the keeper of the Jedi archives explains his revisions to historical records.

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Timeline Trailer 2
An unlikely hero aids The Republic in breaking through the Mandalorian blockade.

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Timeline Trailer 3
The blockade has been broken and the rise of the new Mandalore is under way.

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Timeline Trailer 4
Focus the beam of your saber and jump into this timeline trailer.

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Timeline Trailer 5
Clean up dirty little Jedi with the fifth timeline trailer.

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Vid Doc: The Story and Setting

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Developer Dispatch: Diverse Worlds
Korriban, Tython, Hutta, and Ord Mantell are just some of the diverse worlds you will have a chance to explore in the story of The Old Republic.

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Video Documentary
The first footage of the upcoming project from Lucas Arts and Bioware's new MMO.

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Timeline Trailer
Get a glance at Star Wars history as the keeper of the Jedi archives explains his revisions to historical records.

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Timeline Trailer 2
An unlikely hero aids The Republic in breaking through the Mandalorian blockade.

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Timeline Trailer 3
The blockade has been broken and the rise of the new Mandalore is under way.

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Timeline Trailer 4
Focus the beam of your saber and jump into this timeline trailer.

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Timeline Trailer 5
Clean up dirty little Jedi with the fifth timeline trailer.

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Timeline Trailer 6
An offensive of colossal proportions, the onslaught of the Sith Empire was an event unlike any other in the history of the The Old Republic.

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Timeline Trailer 7
The rapid growth and acceleration of the Sith Empire prepare to end an era of peace for The Old Republic.

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Vid Doc: The Story and Setting

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Developer Dispatch: Diverse Worlds
Korriban, Tython, Hutta, and Ord Mantell are just some of the diverse worlds you will have a chance to explore in the story of The Old Republic.

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Video Documentary
The first footage of the upcoming project from Lucas Arts and Bioware's new MMO.

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Post Posted: June 2nd 2009 12:04 pm
 
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Ackbar thanks for all your hard work posting this. The other embedded videos are hidden to save on page length.


That first video pretty much independently owned and operated anything Star Wars going back to 1980. While that maybe exaggerating - don't even bother watching the embedded flash - download the HD mov and see for yourself. :)

Aside from the The Old Republic Cinematic Trailer, two other noteworthy ones are the Timeline 1 & Timeline 2 videos. Though not action packed as the Cinematic Trailer, the two videos provide a interesting backstory to it. The rest of the videos are standard docs.


Post Posted: June 2nd 2009 5:57 pm
 
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The trailer for the game is pretty damn good and I'm very impressed with how real looking the CG characters are. They're done in a better way than what we saw in The Force Unleashed, even the saber combat moves are more fluid and flow more naturally.

Edit: What I'm not happy about is the fact this will be an online game only. I was hoping with the success for KOTOR I and II they'd make it a single player game as well.


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Raveers wrote:
The trailer for the game is pretty damn good and I'm very impressed with how real looking the CG characters are. They're done in a better way than what we saw in The Force Unleashed, even the saber combat moves are more fluid and flow more naturally.

It was a great trailer, but I wonder if that means they're retooling the character models again (to move towards more realistic versions). I was under the impression (and it makes the most sense, mechanically) that they're using slightly less real-proportioned characters, as this is what all their media up until now shows.


Post Posted: June 2nd 2009 9:37 pm
 
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www.swtor.com

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Wallpapers & Screenshots from the Official Site.


Post Posted: June 2nd 2009 10:33 pm
 
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Make this a TV show please.


Post Posted: June 3rd 2009 4:39 am
 
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Seriously, that trailer kicked my ass. I loved it. Why can't they do action like that in the regular clone wars series?


Post Posted: June 3rd 2009 7:26 am
 
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Cool trailer, although the villain looks like a poor man's Darth Vader.


Post Posted: June 12th 2009 7:42 pm
 
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I sorta like [s]Proto-[/s]Koto-Vader and Fettette :jedi:

The Smuggler-Class is now up featuing Koto-Solo :jango:

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Post Posted: October 9th 2009 5:26 pm
 

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I liked this latest video about "The Making Of Coruscant"

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Developer Dispatch: Designing the Dark Side
See how the creators designed the Dark Side in Star Wars: The Old Republic.

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Post Posted: June 14th 2010 1:51 pm
 
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[flash width=640 height=385]http://www.youtube.com/v/HBGvAJ6-SsY&hl=en_US&fs=1&rel=0&hd=1[/flash]

E3 2010 Trailer


Post Posted: June 14th 2010 8:10 pm
 
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Intense.

Between this and the FUII trailer it's some insanely good CGI work.


Post Posted: June 16th 2010 7:23 pm
 
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Cryostar wrote:
Intense.

Between this and the FUII trailer it's some insanely good CGI work.


This is honestly how I pictured the Clone Wars to be. Absolutely fucking picture perfect.


Post Posted: June 16th 2010 9:21 pm
 
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This is definitely the best computer animation I've seen for humans, very realistic. Isn't it funny how story and dialogue from a game can be better than the Prequels themselves?


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I really wish the clone wars were like this it'd be fscking amazing. Instead, we get the manga crap


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Maybe it’s the forest, but this sequence reminds me more of Willow than Star Wars. Regardless, it was very impressive.

Cryostar wrote:
I really wish the clone wars were like this it'd be fscking amazing. Instead, we get the manga crap

On G4 last night, there was a brief clip about The Clone Wars. Filoni mentioned that the style of the show was a function of practicality. Translation: it would take way too much time and money for them to produce something as highly detailed as this trailer. (I’m curious to know how long it took to produce these few minutes.)

Raveers wrote:
Isn't it funny how story and dialogue from a game can be better than the Prequels themselves?

Not really. It’s just stock Braveheart-type hyperbole. You could find the same scenario and speech attached to any 3rd person Sci-fi game.


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Exactly. While cool, it feels more like some video game nerd's wet dream more than it feels like Star Wars. I mean the amount of slow motion in these cut scenes is distracting. One thing that I really respect about GL is his insistence on sticking to his style. Putting it into someone else's hands and this is what starts happening. People start adding what they think would be "cool" and little by little it begins turning into The Matrix or something. Part of the reason The Clone Wars works as well as it does it because of GL's direct involvement.

And saying that this 5 minute clip has better story telling than the prequels is just ridiculous. It's a single clip of one fight, and there's no indication as to who the characters are.


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That's the most well written first post I've seen here. You'll go far. :heavymetal:

I could live without the slowmo shit and over-the-top Force (this game and TFU). Nevertheless, the CG work here is incredible. I certainly wouldn't mind seeing a short film like this if was shot classic-trilogy style and had a plot.

Gamers also need to see the Ass Creed: Brotherhood trailer, done in the same action blast style.


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I agree with what K.Steeze said, with pin point accuracy. I have the same gripes, however I would like to add, that the trailer did not feel like it was set, 3000 years before the film saga. It looked too much like Republic Clone Troopers from the Clone Wars, fighting Sith, who had Destroyer Droids and Imperial Star Destroyers. Seems not much changes in the SW universe, in 3000 years.


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E_CHU_TA! wrote:
On G4 last night, there was a brief clip about The Clone Wars. Filoni mentioned that the style of the show was a function of practicality. Translation: it would take way too much time and money for them to produce something as highly detailed as this trailer. (I’m curious to know how long it took to produce these few minutes.)

And just think, that's all throw away work for marketting. The chance of any of this ever being in the game very slim


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I read on another internet forum site, that it took them two and a half months to complete that trailer.


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Some direct links:

E3 2010: Hope of Alderaan Cinematic Trailer
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Post Posted: June 21st 2010 7:23 am
 
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Thx for the download.


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Must. Purchase. New. Computer. Just. To. Play. This. Game. Ultra. Fuck. Wow.

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You got time man. They're saying spring 2011 right now. I'm sure it'll be delayed


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Intro to the game:

[flash width=640 height=385]http://www.youtube.com/v/iWZi2jzWjtY?fs=1&hl=en_US&rel=0&hd=1[/flash]


Even with derivative characters and unnesscary slo-mo, this video is damn impressive. Visually, it looks more like an OT sequel than a PT prequel. Whoever the director is, he/she may deserve a shot at steering a few LAS episodes.

The new president of LucasArts recently said:

“LucasArts is a company with tremendous potential,” .... “I think people look at it and wonder why it hasn’t done better in recent years."

“In recent years, LucasArts hasn’t always done a good job of making games. We should be making games that define our medium, that are competitive with the best of our industry, but we’re not. That has to change."


This could be a good start.


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I wish the game play was like this...


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E_CHU_TA! wrote:
Visually, it looks more like an OT sequel than a PT prequel.



Couldn't agree more with you on that. Perhaps if this was set in the post ROTJ years (Legacy) it might connect a little more with the overall saga, but as it stands. it doesn't feel like this is set thousands of years before the events of The Phantom Menace
Ultimately, what it says to me, is that technology has hardly changed, in the few thousand years leading up to the events of the film saga.

While the cinematic is visually impressive, I am not quite sure that the overall feel gels with the rest of the Saga. Seems there's a tendency with TOR to try and make Star Wars look hip and these game makers are attempting to placate the new generation with this flashy and over the top aesthetic. While watching this cinematic, the slo-mo shit reminded me of something out of The Matrix or films of that ilk, rather than what Star Wars truly is - a throwback to classic films of the past.

What makes Star Wars truly unique, is that Lucas has borrowed ideas from classic cinema (Kirasowa, John Ford, David Lean etc) and recycled them into what we know as Star Wars. This is what happens when someone other than Lucas does Star Wars - we end up with some Matrix inspired wet-dream, rather than something inspired by The Dam Busters or The Searchers etc.


If the game play was as impressive as the cinematic, I might be able to forgive them for that, but lets face it, the most enthralling part, is the trailer itself.


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Mike_Droideka wrote:
While the cinematic is visually impressive, I am not quite sure that the overall feel gels with the rest of the Saga. Seems there's a tendency with TOR to try and make Star Wars look hip and these game makers are attempting to placate the new generation with this flashy and over the top aesthetic. While watching this cinematic, the slo-mo shit reminded me of something out of The Matrix or films of that ilk, rather than what Star Wars truly is - a throwback to classic films of the past.

What makes Star Wars truly unique, is that Lucas has borrowed ideas from classic cinema (Kirasowa, John Ford, David Lean etc) and recycled them into what we know as Star Wars. This is what happens when someone other than Lucas does Star Wars - we end up with some Matrix inspired wet-dream, rather than something inspired by The Dam Busters or The Searchers etc.


Completely agreed. Despite the technical excellence I can't digest the post-modern kitsch of this trailer. It's not just the visuals that are ridiculous, but the extra dull Star-Wars-remake-on-speed storytelling too.


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720p download

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This is out today. Has anybody played it?


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I was in the beta for four months. It became boring really quick, lots of running and fetching quests. I guess I'm not a good MMO player. Music's good though.


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I don't have the patience to play a MMO. The videos have been fantastic though.

I'm still waiting for there to be a compelling next-gen Star Wars action-adventure game. So much opportunity, so little talent. LucasArts needs a developer like Rocksteady to take the reigns and put heart and soul into a SW project. The last developer that gave SW its due was Factor 5.


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E_CHU_TA! wrote:
This is out today. Has anybody played it?


I didn't. I'll wait when it's F2P. I'll never pay for play time.


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I've been playing it; it's a lot of fun. I played in the beta and was willing enough to re-do the parts I'd already done. Whether you care for MMOs or not is probably less relevant than whether you liked the gameplay of KotOR, because it's virtually the same. Bioware's grafted some of their updates to dialogues on (i.e. conversation wheel), but other than that, it'll be familiar if you enjoyed its RPG predecessors.


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Alexrd wrote:
I didn't. I'll wait when it's F2P. I'll never pay for play time.


I have libertarian socialist values, I dislike money matters and I'm "poor" by North-American standards, and I think about
    * the fact that a lot of people have worked very hard for over two years [EDIT: five years actually!],
    * that more and more full-time jobs are created and needed for this game, offering cool jobs to geeks who are often Star Wars fans,
    * about the high quality of the scenarios and concepts (in comparison to many other MMO and to the last three movies),
    * about the service they have to offer to over one million people (prob. over 2 million soon).


So, I'm happy to pay.

Cheers


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Siriel wrote:
Alexrd wrote:
I didn't. I'll wait when it's F2P. I'll never pay for play time.


I have libertarian socialist values, I dislike money matters and I'm "poor" by North-American standards, and I think about
    * the fact that a lot of people have worked very hard for over two years [EDIT: five years actually!],
    * that more and more full-time jobs are created and needed for this game, offering cool jobs to geeks who are often Star Wars fans,
    * about the high quality of the scenarios and concepts (in comparison to many other MMO and to the last three movies),
    * about the service they have to offer to over one million people (prob. over 2 million soon).

So, I'm happy to pay.

Cheers


I never said that the monthly fee they ask for is not justified. It's just not in my principles to pay for play time. When I pay for a game, I expect to play it whenever I want. Unfortunately that doesn't apply for MMOG's.


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