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 Post subject: Mysteries of the Sith
PostPosted: Sat Dec 24, 2005 10:31 am 
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Come on, I know you guys played it as Kyle K'atarn and such! Thing is I have an old copy of it, except its only a three level demo. Well after dusting it off and beating all three levels in just a few days, now I'm kind of saddened that I can't go on. Does anyone know of a legal way I can expand so as to play the remaining several levels, or is the disk strictly a demo disk? I purchased it about 1994-96, somewhere in that time period as part of a large collection of games including Jedi Knight, TIE fighter, X wing, X wing vs. TIE fighter, Jedi Knight (Demo), Dark Forces, Dark Forces II (IE Mysteries of the Sith, demo), and the rare "Star Wars: Yoda Stories"

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Sounds like it was only a demo disk, usually included in a gaming magazine. You'd have to buy the retail version to play.

Wasn't "Dark Forces 2" Jedi Knight? Mysteries of the Sith was the expansion to JK.

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Yep it was, actually I happen to own that same set (Yoda Stories rule!). And though I eventually bought JK I never got my hands on the Expansion.

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Mysteries of the Sith was okay. I prefered Jedi knight and jk 2.

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Evaders99 wrote:
Sounds like it was only a demo disk, usually included in a gaming magazine. You'd have to buy the retail version to play.

Wasn't "Dark Forces 2" Jedi Knight? Mysteries of the Sith was the expansion to JK.


:cry: *Hangs head* aw, well... so, did you guys know that if you set your computer's internal clock to Christmas day and play the original X wing game Santa will be standing at the base waving at you? Try it!

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JK rocked but trust me the add on SUCKED.
The ending was a dissapointment and the game overall was lessened by the absence of those neat movies. It was pretty short and untidy too.


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