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Star Wars the Force Unleashed - Xbox 360


The awesome debut trailer for Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II.

Force Unleashed 2 bluntly avoids including anything like this. When that may initially seem a plus point, it is yet another reason for the game’s mediocrity, as nothing is offered to replace it in terms of epicness. Instead of putting on a bandaid, they’ve needlessly chopped off the whole limb, and now Starkiller – or whatever his name is this time (sorry, cannot recall, shit story) – seems to just monotonically mosey through his adventure with little to no high points to speak of.

The original Force Unleashed shot for the stars, and fell short, but at least you could commend it for trying. Force Unleashed 2 feels sterile and barren in comparison, refusing to try for anything spectacular, and managing to reuse and recycle its few good ideas countless times over its short run.

The Star Wars Saga continues with Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II.

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The Force Unleashed 2 is not a good game. That may be a very direct and straightforward statement, but it is true nonetheless. It may have the looks and core gameplay to be interesting in the shortest of short bursts, but other than that it is vacuous of anything to hold attention or entertain.

Continue the epic saga as Starkiller, Darth Vader’s fugitive apprentice in Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II is again set during the unexplored era between the two Star Wars movie trilogies and will feature a brand-new story from the award-winning minds of the original game. Haunted by dark memories and compelled by confused emotions, Starkiller embarks on a thrilling journey of self-discovery and spectacular over-the-top action with even bigger, amped-up Force powers and dual Light saber moves. Prepare to be unleashed on October 26th.