Until I received an email about it, I didn’t even think about today being Star Wars Day…You know, “May the Fourth be with you?” But I received a request to write a special piece related to Star Wars for Iron Man Mode, and after giving that request some thought I finally settled on something to do.
Naturally, since we had done “Star Wars: The Old Republic” for charity, I thought a good write up and review of the current model of the game might be the way to go. Now, you might think my opinions are totally favorable, but you’d be quite wrong!
I encourage you to read the article yourself and come up with your own conclusions!
In the meantime, may your Friday be a good one and may you do something fun that is Star Wars related!
Things are still going strong for my Jedi Consular in “Star Wars: The Old Republic” (at least the fact that she has yet to die and is nearly level 20 now!). I’m quite happy to finally be off of Coruscant with her (having now run that planet with two characters) and on to somewhere different. Taris is quite a neat little world and I think far too many players are overly critical of it. I actually like what I’ve played on it so far and it really has some breathtaking scenery to look at as you explore and kill baddies.
Even if you are not a fan of this game, I do encourage you to head on over to Iron Man Mode to give the post a read over and, if you feel so inclined, do consider donating a little bit of money to charity on the site!
Our adventures in “Star Wars: The Old Republic” continue, this time with the final portion of Coruscant. Indeed, in this segment I get through the final quests on that planet and get ready to move on to our next destination – Taris. The final boss I had to face in my main storyline was a bit tricky, and I did nearly die, but in the end my awesome prowess overcame him…
…Or maybe it was just the fact I was a bit over-leveled?
You can read my full article over at Iron Man Mode. Keep in mind that this is being done to raise money for Child’s Play while having fun, so if the mood strikes, please feel free to donate (donations of $5.00 or more give you the chance to win a free copy of “Terraria” for the PC!).
My play of “Star Wars: The Old Republic” for Iron Man Mode continues with an adventure through The Works on Coruscant. This post is a bit shorter than the previous and upcoming ones due to the fact that for the Jedi Consular this zone is basically one you simply pass through en route to the Old Jedi Temple. Yet, despite that, I did complete the side-quests in the zone and also tracked down the datacron as well.
You can read the full write-up right here on Iron Man Mode.
Keep in mind that this is being done to raise money for charity, so if you enjoy what you see don’t hesitate to chip in at our donation page!
My Iron Man Mode play of “Star Wars: The Old Republic” continued this past week as I took my Jedi Consular/Shadow through the Justicar Territory on Coruscant. The story is quite interesting, and I’m really enjoying each of the interactive sequences with the Noetikons (and that bit with the Noetikon of Questions was pretty nifty), so this was a fun session. There were a couple sections where I got a bit worried as my companion got down to nearly zero health, but we managed to pull through and live to play again.
So, if you are curious to reading this week’s narrative, head on over to Iron Man Mode and give it a look!
Oh, and if you like what you see, feel free to donate a $1 or so to Child’s Play!
This week, our adventures in “Star Wars: The Old Republic” continue as my Jedi Consular/Shadow, Teerlanai, and her companion, Qyzen Fess, make their way deep into the Black Sun’s Territory as they search for the Noetikon of Light. This area was slightly challenging, but nothing that my character and her companion couldn’t handle. The datacron hidden here was a bit annoying to get, requiring a decent amount of jumping a la “Pitfall,” but thankfully I managed to get it without a lot of trouble.
You can read the whole story here at Iron Man Mode.
Remember that this is being done not just for fun but also to raise money for Child’s Play. So, if you like what you see and want to help out, head on over to our donation page and give what you can!
The journey of Teerlanai continues over at Iron Man Mode this week with her efforts to defeat the Migrant Merchants’ Guild in the Old Galactic Market while searching for the Noetikons – ancient relics that might hold the key to curing Master Yuon Par‘s affliction.
So far, Teer is alive and well – let’s hope she stays that way!
To read this latest adventure, head on over to Iron Man Mode! And, as always, feel free to donate to Child’s Play!