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Briefly: Knights of the Old Republic comes to iPad, Bandsintown update

updated 01:34 pm EDT, Fri May 31, 2013

Knights of the Old Republic for iPad

Aspyr has announced that its port of the classic Star Wars RPG, Knights of the Old Republic, is now available for the iPad. First released 10 years ago, KOTOR puts players in the role of a young Jedi Knight and gives them the freedom to choose between the light and dark sides of the Force. Throughout the game players travel through a number of iconic locations, including Tatooine and Kashyyk, and can build a party from a selection of nine customizable characters. The iPad port includes a streamlined interface that has been designed for touchscreen play, and requires at least an iPad 2 to run.

Bandsintown for iOS gains new social features

Bandsintown Concerts, an iOS app that can help users find out when their favorite musicians are performing, has been updated with several new social features. New to v4.0 is the ability to invite friends to shows, as well as to see any shows that friends are planning to attend. Support has also been added for rating concerts and artists, managing concert data for multiple locations, and for searching within a larger radius. Bandsintown Concerts is a free download in the App Store.




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  1. andi*pandi

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    "requires an iPad 2 to play" booo!

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