Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
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My 7 year old likes but doesn't love this game
R. Avila, Amazon
13 February 2014
Summary: My 7 year old son likes this game but apparently he doesnt love it. Im not sure if its because its not as exciting as his other video games or because its too difficultt for him and he can't accomplish missions to advance in the game.
Summary: Looks good voice acting is solid and story is ok. Other then that every thing els goes down the crapper. The game play is just a mess. Platforming this game just can not do well at all. The combat is clunky as all hell. The diffuculty jumps all over the place from easy to wtf why is this so hard all of a sudden. fighting the second boss is the best example its like you have to be a real life jedi to beat that Way to much QTE infact there should be NONE.
Summary: What do you want from a Star Wars game? If its a game where you play as someone in the action, see Star Wars Battlefront II. If you want a over the top game that makes you feel like a powerful jedi assassin then look no further than Star Wars The Force Unleashed. The game exceeds all previous expectations that were previously surrounding it. The game looks gorgeous and plays even better. The only issue here is the length.
Summary: The audio is fantastic, and the graphics will impress more often than not. The fun combat system and epic story are moderately spoiled by a poor targeting system, bad enemy AI, and some glitches.
Summary: Wow, I adored this game. I had read so many mixed reviews, that I, frankly, wasn't expecting much (and I'll acknowledge the caveat that having lowered expectations makes things easier to enjoy, sometimes), but, sweet mother, WHAT a ride The Force Unleashed is. I haven't been a Star Wars fan in years, so I didn't get as much from the story as a fan of the series might, but the technology and the gameplay in this game is...out of this world, for lack of a better cliche.
Summary: The game starts with a bang, giving you control of Vader invading a Wookie planet and tons of opportunities for full mayhem with the dark side of the Force. Unfortunately, that's all it has to offer. The opportunities are there, with an interesting new character, Starkiller, and a plot set between the events of Episodes III and IV, but Force Unleashed is too worried about fan service to deliver a truly distinct and polished experience.