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- Challenge your friends to a 4-player Force showdown on Wii in chaotic fighting game-style combat
- Unleash the Force with more power and precision through improved controls and new powers, such as the deceptive Mind Trick; Discover the true power of Starkiller with Force Rage, where he can execute a barrage of targeted strikes upon his enemies
- Take combat to the next level with the ability to wield dual lightsabers and punish enemies with all-new combo attacks as you skillfully manage your combat techniques to defeat a variety of brand-new enemies, which will culminate in epic boss battles
- Challenge your friends to a 4-player Force showdown on Wii in chaotic fighting game-style combat while taking advantage of expanded customization options such as new costumes and power-enhancing lightsaber crystals
- Improved targeting system enhances precision use of Force powers and greater interaction with puzzles and the environment
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This sequel is excellent but very short. At first I didn't like it nearly as much as I liked the first game but after playing a few levels I started to really enjoy the overall new format/layout. The lightsaber fighting was a bit more fun than the first even though the absence of being able to find and use lightsaber hilts was slightly disappointing (perhaps in the next installment they will let you build your own hilt). Controlling the camera views was much easier and the force powers were simpler to activate/control.
The graphics were much better and the level construction was sharper. My only complaint is that the game is too short. I thought I was about halfway done with it and then it ended (perhaps this feeling was stronger because the first game was decently long!). If you like the first game and are willing to be a bit open I think you will enjoy this one. Keep in mind I played this game on the Wii.
I have yet to explore multiplayer. Can't wait!
- Controls are great.
- Lots of interesting things to play around with.
- Great storyline.
- Get to see different worlds/levels.
- On Medium play mode when you die you seem to have an infinite number of lives and pick up right where you left off.
- Auto save feature.
- Get to choose the colors and powers of your two light sabors as you pick up new crystals.
- Multiplayer modes!
- Sound effects/music are great
- Lots of movie scenes... feels like you are watching one of the movies, but playing it at the same time!
- Graphics just ok. Sometimes the character's facial expressions look a little funny.
- After a couple hours of gameplay the constant slicing people up with the sabor or killing them with the force gets a little tedious feeling. I would suggest playing the game in one hour increments, or 1 level at a time (about 30-40 minutes) and then coming back to play again later or the next day.Read more ›
Regardless if you are a fan of Star Wars, this is a great game that is both challenging and fun to play.
The controls and resulting gameplay are probably the area where the game suffers the most in comparison to it predecessor as most of the motion controls from the first have been removed. Likewise the starkiller's range of force powers has also been stripped down. This is where I personally find the game the most disappointing the motion controls from the original made for a game that seemed to capture (for me) what a star wars game should be. In the sequel we have gone from running all over to galaxy wielding a wii remote as a lightsaber to to running around pressing the A button. For me in terms of fun and immersion this was a huge let down. On the positive side, the changes did bring the lightsaber back into play as after a gaining force powers such as pummel in the first game I rarely used the lightsaber outside of boss fights. Here the lightsaber remains in play as your primary attack throughout the game. The reduction in the number of force powers and the awkwardness of the controls for powers like force push and lightning also forces you more relying on your trusty lightsabers. On the whole these changes result in a game that is quite fun to play, yet one that still feels like something of a let down from the first Force Unleashed.
As for the story, well there isn't much of one. **slight spoilers** You escape from Darth Vader, run off to find your friends, find they are in trouble, and go rescue them, that's it, save for a pointless side trip to dagobah which only serves to give Yoda some screen time.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My son, 9yrs old, played this game and completed it within the first day of receiving it. Later found out the copy he has is defective with a big glitch. Too late to return it. 😡Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
It was in amazing condition and worked smoothly as i played the levels.Published 2 months ago by marquese
The graphics of the game are very bad but the gameplay is filled with awesome powers and fights.Published 6 months ago by Amit Reddy