Summary: My son is a big fan of the Lego Clone Wars game, and I thought this would be a good game to fill the gap until the next Lego Clone Wars game is released. I was wrong. The game play is lousy. I tried it myself, and found that the game does not seem to respond to your inputs.
Summary: Since I have not played this game on the PS3 or the 360 I won't attempt to compare graphical matters such as those. What I can repeat though is that you will often find the camera to be in the wrong position especially when facing down a legion of storm troopers.
Summary: If you're unsure about buying this game - as I was initially - stop thinking about it and just get it. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed has given me the most addictive and enjoyable game experience I've had on any platform in a long time. Heck, it has made me love my Wii more than ever.
A fun game, but pretty short and not much replay value
David Simmons "xenobuzz", Amazon
22 January 2010
Summary: After having tried this game again I had to write another, more comprehensive review. Thankfully, "The Force Unleashed" proved to be much more enjoyable than I'd initially thought. My first impression was bad because of several factors: 1.
Pros: Very fun game! Perfect game for fans and non-fans of Star Wars. Highly recommend the Wii version for the ability to control your saber and force powers with your hands. Graphics are better than I expected
Cons: Some little bugs here and there. A little short
Summary: I was really excited about this title. I'm a star wars nerd and what better way to act out childhood fantasies then wielding a plastic control pretending to be a powerful sith. Unfortunately, this title falls short for several reasons: 1. The graphics are horrible.
Summary: People want light sabers. You do. I do. We all do. I understand why this game looks so good, especially the Wii version. But for your own sake - please, get it on a nex-gen console, or just avoid it entirely. I'll explain why. I went into this game with moderate expectations.