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 Jan 25, 2005 - 11:30 AM - by Michael
* KOTOR II Q&A

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Gamespot's got a Q&A regarding the upcoming PC port of KOTOR II (Xbox players already are happily enjoying the game).

GS: The PC and Xbox versions of the game were originally scheduled to ship together, but then the PC version was delayed to 2005. What happened?

MG: At E3 2004, we made the official KOTOR II announcement and went out with a February 2005 ship date for both the Xbox and PC versions. After E3, we had the opportunity to pull in the domestic Xbox ship date to December and decided to keep the release dates of the PC and international versions as we had originally announced. Keeping the PC launch in February 2005 gave us the time we needed to translate all the voice and text for the PC and international versions.
Interesting, though it probably hurt PC sales somewhat.
 

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