The Stream Team: Starting SWTOR’s Shadow of Revan

    
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It’s time to move on. MassivelyOP’s Larry helped MJ work through Makeb, and now her Agent can finally delve into the Shadow of Revan expansion. What new decisions lurk ahead, and what alignment will the viewers choose this time? Tune in live at 2:00 p.m. to sway the vote. Who knows, there may even be chances for !vote flirt in this story line!

What: Star Wars: The Old Republic
Who: Larry Everett & MJ Guthrie
When: 2:00 p.m. EDT on Thursday, April 14th, 2016

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menofhorror
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menofhorror

definitely the weakest expansion so far but even this one had some quite decent stuff.

Qarran
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Qarran

I’m sorry I missed this stream.  The Shadow of Revan is great fun.  And I do like the story quite a bit.  More importantly, it gets MJ ready for the stuff going on in KoTFE.

Apollymi
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Apollymi

I Shadow of Revan has been the best expansion so far.  Too bad we don’t have Revanites as a faction we could join.

mysecretid
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mysecretid

melissaheather 
The environments looked a lot better when I upgraded, for sure, although I find that my improved graphics tended to show off  the limitations in the character design more readily, though.
For me, anyway, the game-world now looks more real, but the characters look more unreal in comparison.
Maybe it’s just me …
Cheers,

mysecretid
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mysecretid

I can only speak for myself, but I really enjoyed Shadow of Revan. 
I was burnt out on Makeb by the time i finished it — I started out interested, but it just seemed to drag on forever after a while.

The Revan stuff caught my attention and held it. Enjoy!

melissaheather
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melissaheather

I have to say SWTOR is one game that definitely improves dramatically with higher resolutions and more graphic horsepower.  What felt cramped and oversized to me in 1080p feels exactly right in 1440p. Seeing Coruscant the way it’s intended, with ‘more than enough’ graphic power (GTX 980ti), is actually a sight to see, as the various ships and taxis and floating craft whiz by at much improved framerate and fluidity.   If you’ve recently upgraded your system in a meaningful way, check the game out again in higher resolution and quality.   You might be surprised.