We all want a Knights of the Old Republic remake. EA so far hasn't listened to the Change.org petition that was made a few months ago, or if they have, then they haven't said anything about it.

There's still plenty of time to sign the petition, by the way. It's not like this is a Kickstarter or anything.

But as we wait for EA to dig out that Star Wars license for the umpteenth time to give gamers what they really really want, we've got Aspyr to thank for at least porting Knights of the Old Republic II to mobile.

If you'll recall, Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords takes place five years after the events of the original KOTOR. Playing as an exiled Jedi Knight, you have to thwart a Sith plot to end the Jedi Order forever and save the galaxy. Along the way, you'll build a colorful band of rogues and ne'er-do-wells who'll help you out. You'll also be able to make good or bad choices to determine whether you're a follower of the Light or Dark Side of the Force.

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Aspyr is handling the mobile port for iPhone, iPad, and Android. You might recall that name from the recently re-released Star Wars Episode I: Racer for Switch and Xbox One, where it received slight graphical tweaks to display on modern hardware. So far, Aspyr hasn't mentioned anything about enhancements for the mobile version of KOTOR II, so we expect it to be mostly a straight port.

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And that should be just fine. KOTOR II's real-time combat system allowed players to pause whenever they wanted to issue commands to characters and change tactics, so wonky mobile controls shouldn't be too much of a problem.

Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords arrives on mobile for iPhone, iPad, and Android on December 18 for $14.99. Take a look at the trailer above to see the game in action.

Source: Aspyr

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