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SWTOR Beta ReviewDisclaimer: The following is a review of the Beta and most likely, final build of the MMO Star Wars: The Old Republic (before launch). The author does have a certain bias towards Bioware games and should be noted. Please do not start any flame wars or arguments without construction (i.e. GW2 vs. TOR flaming will see your comment removed).
Also note that this will contain spoilers, so be warned.
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SWTOR Beta Impressions
If you were to ask in 2003 what Bioware meant, fans would cheer in unison. They would claim that they made several great RPG’s and could do no wrong.
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Let me get this
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