Summary: Where did they go wrong??? The first game was a lot of fun to play, this game is only fun to turn off and put back in the case so it can collect dust on my shelf. Playing this game, you will notice how forced (no pun intended) it feels. The production and story are garbage. The levels are bland and super repetitive. 90% of the game is platform jumping which is uneventful, the bosses are horrible and repetitive, and so is pretty much everything else.
Summary: The concept of creating a sequel to a successful and somewhat well-regarded franchise would sound fairly fail-proof. This should especially be true when you already have established characters, cannon story, a functioning combat mechanic, and recycle of already proven physics engines. Even with all that, The Force Unleashed 2 falls dead on its rejected-to-prom face.
Summary: mmm what can i say about this game... OK the combos are great, you totally feel like a bad ass while playing it, the force use was greatly improved as well as the force powers. i just love kicking ass as a jedi. the big problem this game has and the actual reason why i would say rent this game, don't buy it, is because the game is so stupidly short it is just not worth your money. you play in 2 worlds and a spaceship twice!!!
Summary: This game was a severe disappointment, I was able to finish it within 4 hours and that's it. The first game was almost a master piece, you had a large set of levels and each one was different. In this you start off on Kamino, travel to Cato Nemoida, then back to Kamino! Oh there's Dagobah in there, but it doesn't qualify as a level. Why even make a sequel?
Summary: What can I say... The sequel is never as good as the original, right? If you own the first Force Unleashed, then you've played this game before but with a better story, and more in-depth gameplay. There's maybe 5 hours of story play, less if you skip the cutscenes and the story is very unsatisfying with more than a few holes in it. They promised we'd find out whether or not we're playing a clone and by the end you're still not sure.