Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
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You guys are gonna have fun with this!
star34 , GameStop
27 May 2014
Summary: Star Wars The Force Unleashed is an epic game. It's absolutely perfect. The only problem with the game is a lot of GLITCHES! But that won't stop me son. Now all I got to do is buy Ultimate Sith's Edition and I'll enjoy it for life.
Summary: This game is amazing, the graphics are soooo good! Gameplay, the best! U have all these force powers except for force choke, u can grab pretty much anything with the force and anyone. There's a whole bunch of different types of combos with force lightning, force push, and lightsaber attacks. It gets even better, in the ultimate sith edition ur abled to have about 20 costumes and three more levels.
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: Star Wars The Force Unleashed is a really good game that makes you feel pretty good.When you play the prologue of the game you play as Darth Vader when playing as him you get a taste of what the game offers.Vader is pretty as we all know when I played I was on a bridge with a bunch of people and things on it.So I simply charged a force push released and saw them all fly away.Then you get to play as Galen Marek(secret apprentice) now when you first play the first three...
Summary: Star Wars: The Force Unleashed was perhaps the best Star Wars game I have ever played. I loved what they did with the Force controls. Character costume changing, lightsaber color crystals, and crystal powers was an excellent feature. I believe The Force Unleashed introduced LucasArts to a whole new generation of Star Wars games.
Summary: I have played this game's campaign numerous times with my younger cousin. It's a fun what I consider RPG game because you upgrade "Starkiller" to the abilities you want him to have which is one of the reasons I prefer this to the Force Unleashed II. Another difference from the sequel is the boss battles at the end of nearly each mission; you get to fight some Jedi/Sith. Like I said, I've played this game MANY times and I don't get tired of it.
You'll really feel the force when you play this game!
Skynight2513, Game Informer
1 June 2011
Summary: Star Wars the Force Unleashed is a real thriller it's full of action, excitement, and a lil bit of humor. The story is placed between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope to show what happened between those two is really excitiing to know how the rebel alliance is formed, and to know about Vader's secret apprentice. The graphics are really amazing you feel like the stormtroopers are really real. The moves that you can unlock on your character are breath taking.
Summary: The Force Unleashed on the Wii was a blast. The PS3 version is 10 times better than the Wii, PSP, and the PS2 versions. The graphics are fantastic, the gameplay is very balancing, and you'll be hooked to it. You can beat the game a keep going in the Hidden levels of the Ultimate Sith Edition. You can also download the missing episodes for 9.99 on PSN and Xbox Live. The Havoc, Euphoria, and Endorphin physics really pop out at you in this game.
Summary: Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, also known as The Force Unleashed, is a LucasArts video game and part of the The Force Unleashed project; other The Force Unleashed project developers and publishers include Dark Horse Comics, Lego, Hasbro, and Del Rey Books The Force Unleashed was initially developed for the PlayStation 2 PlayStation 3 Wii and Xbox 360 consoles and on the iOS second-generation N-Gage, Nintendo DS PlayStation Portable and Java-equipped mobile phone...