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Oops! I got that first screenshot a bit backwards there. *giggle* Hey! I had a long night, gimme a break. Okay, so ... this is a skin pack and it's not bad, really, though as usual, I do have some complaints. I actually really like the first skin there. I like the colors, textures and the little graphics here and there - it all blends well. Then the author of this skin did something crazy and gave the Reborn a red and black face. WTH? It was going so well, too. Now, the face works for the red team skin for this dude. Maybe that's it. Maybe he forgot to change the face for the default and the blue team skin (run with it, wo3f, I'm giving you an easy out here). I think of all the skins here, I prefer the blue team skin. He has a star on his arm. I like stars. But (there's always a but, isn't there?) his left arm really freaks me out. Not sure what's up with that.
Darth Luigi's skin is a bit ho hum. Though I like the colors, there's just not a lot going on here. Even the team skins for this one are more interesting. But I still like the first skin better than this one. The sounds included are varied - some are custom or pulled from another game (or movie) and some are from Raven. It's a good mix. Anyway, it's a complete skinpack and that makes me happy, but it could still use some improvement.
Bot Support: Yes Team Colors: Yes New Sounds: Yes
This is a first skinpack i made, going to be lil messy, but hey it's cool :D u should try it :D;D. Greetz wo3f (ep.wo3f~) put the files in: C:/>program files>Lucasarts>Jedi Outcast>gamedata>base (in base) and start game.
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