GameSpot: Star Wars: The Old Republic Q&A

While most massively multiplayer games offer gigantic worlds full of monsters to kill, treasures to find, monsters to kill, and even more monsters to kill, developer BioWare is going in a different direction with Star Wars: The Old Republic. This new game, in development at BioWare's Austin, Texas studio will attempt to combine the vast exploration and socializing of a massively multiplayer game with the in-depth, character-driven story of a single-player role-playing game. Which would sound almost too ambitious...except that BioWare itself has authored some of the most popular single-player role-playing games in recent years, including 2003's Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic.

Among other characters that you'll be able to play in the game, one will be the subject of this interview: the Republic trooper, described here by principal lead writer Daniel Erickson and lead combat designer Damion Schubert.

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