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Its a really good game but I beat it in less than 200 minutes on Master (Medium). I did alot of optional stuff to, maybe not as much as I could have but I only rented it.
If it had been longer it would have been better. I say its definetly worth the rent but dont buy it unless you like the idea of replaying it over with differnt characters, I dont since the entire plot is ruined the first time you beat it, I will not say what that is but its great the first time you see it but it defeats the purpose to play multiple times.
I will give one thing away that the game never explains but gives you enouph info to figure out yourself if you say the right things, this really bugs me my freinds didnt figure it out when playing so I dont want other people to miss it. Dawn Star is Master Li's Daughter, he doesnt know it and the game never mentions it but if you read into the things Sagacious Zu says throught the game it mentions he brought Dawn Star to the School but doesnt say from where. He also says later that he killed Master Li's wife, who was with child. She was born at the same time Dirge was burning and Li betrayed Hai, Zu was sent to kill Li's family for this but Zu could not kill the child so took her and quit the assassins, he didnt know Master Li by that name when he brought Dawn Star to the school so he didn't know it was him.
My brother doesn't enjoy the game cause its too short either. Try The Eldar Scrolls Morrowind(Get the expantion pack though)........its very long, you may need the player guide though
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Jade Empire, at first, was crap in my and my brother's eyes. Then we started playing it a bit more, and now I think it is a marevelous game.
The way the story is told is very much KOTOR-style, the obvious differences being the setting, characters (in a way), and the combat system.
However, I found it very addictive. I watched my brother beat it as a Open Palm Balanced girl. Then I played it as a Closed Fist Strong guy. Now, I'm currently re-playing it as an Open Palm Fast girl, and I'm doing my best to do everyting.
I think replaying it is definitely worth it. You find things you missed. You make connections that you missed before, and you can get more chances to explore dialogue with your companions (which, IMO, is one of the best things about the game).
Currently, I'm flattering Silk Fox because I read online you can hook up with her at Dirge. *shrug* Exploring all the possibilities rules. I haven't gotten bored with it yet, and I've seen the same stuff three or four times already. I would play it again (about 2/3 done with my second character) after my Fast girl, but we have to return it to Blockbuster soon.
It is a short game, but that's okay with me. It takes a while to explore every possible outcome, and if they made it too much bigger, just imagine the load times. :mellow:
I do like your idea about Dawn Star being Li's daughter..it makes a lot of sense, actually. You never really get to learn much about Zu, unfortunately. He was a pretty neat character...kind of like Atton from KOTOR: II but less humorous.
It reminds me a lot of KOTOR, but it does a pretty good job staying "original" as well. Overall, I'd give it an 8 or 9 for the game, overall, and an 8 for replay-ability. If you replay it, it gives you a whole lot more enjoyment, IMO.