Kaydon Sentry’s adaptation of the video game “Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic” continues in this second installment of the film franchise.
The crew of the Ebon Hawk travel to Manaan and Tatooine in search of the next Star Maps – artifacts that will lead them to the Star Forge, the Sith Empire’s center of power.
As Logan and Bastila trace the paths of Revan and Malak, they discover more about each other, and the bond that connects them…
Veil of the Dark side follows where the prequel left off. Malak’s Sith forces continues to wage war against the peaceful, and fragile Republic. The crew of the Ebon Hawk are still on the hunt for the missing Star Maps on Manaan and Tatooine.
New allies are introduced, that one way or another helps the struggle against the fierce Sith. Combined, they prove a dangerous enemy to Malak. The film offers a variety of situations, environments, and enemies that our heroes must face – and survive. If you’ve played the game you might, even so, be surprised at times. Additional footage, visual effects and animations are added to make the very best of it, and bring you a new and improved experience of Knights of the Old Repbulic.
It’s an experience you aren’t allowed to miss. . .
If you missed part one you can watch it here
Kaydon has included a readme file with some basic information, I didn’t get any audio when viewing it in Windows Media Player (it came up automatically) – I probably don’t have the proper audio codec. But it worked fine in Power DVD. If you’re having trouble viewing the DVD in VLC (which is what I use), use the “open folder” function to open the VIDEO_TS folder, or just play VIDEO_TS.IFO with VLC.
- Download the two .rar files
- Extract them (it’s enough just to extract one and your program takes care of the rest) using WinRar or 7-zip.
- Burn the .iso to a dvd/mount it.
- Watch it using VLC!
The .avi is 1.40 GB precisely, by popular demand. Aspect ratio is 16:9, with slight letterboxing due to the subtitles. It’s compressed with DivX, so you’ll need the most recent update of that codec to play it properly. I recommend VLC Media Player for best viewing results.