Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Interview: James Ohlen
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- Jun 15, 2010
GameSpot chats up James Ohlen of Bioware about tne newest developments in Star Wars: The Old Republic.
@The_Goodz Each class is going to have unique story lines. That's why they have a team of over 12 writers working on the game. Sith Warrior will have a totally different story from a Smuggler, and so on. However, obviously the story is going to be relatively the same for each player. It's not going to have individually unique story lines (that's impossible). There will be a choice system, so each story is going to have multiple branching paths and will have unique consequences and whatnot depending on your choice and character companion.
Looking forward to this game. Only thing i'm concerned about is every class having the same storyline missions. If you start out being the best Smuggler in the universe.. that's great and all, except that every smuggler is the best smuggler in the universe.