As most Star Wars fans, I have consistently been truly captivated with the lightsaber.
I think I first truly fell head over heels for them when Luke and Vader battled in the Sky City on Bespin.
There is something indefinable cool about a lightsaber that is difficult to depict.
The shining cutting edge that gives it an unmistakable visual presence and the shocking low level buzz that guarantees ozone scented mutilation or potentially evisceration.
Also, obviously, the wonderful sight and sound of two lightsabers striking one another, sending sparkles flying all over, with a sound that leaves no question about the dangerous capability of these weapons.
At last, lightsabers are extremely uncommon weapons in Star Wars.
The are conveyed by world class samurai-like fighters that utilization them with master abilities that make them substantially more lethal than a solider with a typical blaster.
This has caused lightsabers to turn out to be perhaps the absolute most conspicuous sci-fi weapon in film history.
Perpetually caricatured and replicated in different films, games and different media.
The Old Republic isn’t the principal game to allow us to play a lightsaber employing character.
This has been done oftentimes previously with different levels of accomplishment in games like the Jedi Knight series and Knights of the Old Republic.
I have objected to how lightsabers have been depicted in practically any game that I have played.
It is a basic issue of game equilibrium as opposed to remaining consistent with the fiction.
In the Star Wars motion pictures a lightsaber can slice through essentially everything in a solitary swipe.
It will joyfully eviscerate individuals/outsiders/droids or slice through a vent on the underside of an AT-AT.
In any case, in pretty much every Star Wars game I’ve played, you can’t kill your foes by essentially hitting them once with the cutting edge.
This bodes well from a game adjusting point of view sabneo obviously.
It turns out to be truly difficult to make a game testing to the player, in the event that he can just run up and swing once to kill the foe.
All things considered this has consistently devalued the vibe of lightsabers to me, causing them to feel less like a weapon of unbelievable and scarcely tackled power, and more like a shining stick that you smack your adversaries around the head and neck with.
Obviously this will be a lot of something very similar for The Old Republic, based on all that I have seen up until now.
Also, I can acknowledge that for the sake of equilibrium, regardless of whether it makes me somewhat miserable.
What I am more stressed over however, and what is interesting with regards to The Old Republic, is the sheer multiplication of lightsabers that we will be presented to.
As far as I might be concerned, the point about lightsabers, and power clients as a rule, being uncommon has consistently made them really intriguing and entrancing.
With The Old Republic almost certainly, we’ll see to some extent a large portion of the player base utilizing a lightsaber using character (except if individuals some way or another slant away from those classes, yet i’m not sure why that would occur. Presumably the inverse is almost certain).
This implies that in some random four player bunch, you’re probably going to see two lightsabers at some random time.
Leave onto the Senate Square on Coruscant and a big part of those 200 individuals will be donning a lightsaber.
So, you’ll be seeing a ton of sparkling sticks and I am stressed on the off chance that it will just demolish a portion of the “hell better believe it, great!” feeling from seeing lightsaber battle, when you are seeing such a large amount it in each play meeting.