Summary: My son, said, totally awesome mom! You got this for me for Christmas! However, with in a matter of weeks, literally he has already beaten the game. He said it would be cool if they could have made it more difficult.
Summary: I just received this game last week 2-2-12 and when you begin you can play the optional training module. I aced the training simulation perfectly but when the game started it was press "c" or "z" or whatever and nothing like the training simulation. I got shot several times by bullets even tho the game said I was 'posed to block shots automatically. The wii remote acts slow or doesn't move fast enough when you swing your light saber.
Summary: Just one blown area can kill a game and in this one it's the camera. Other areas are lacking, but could probably wouldn't have mattered too much if the camera wasn't so screwed up. It doesn't move with you making it almost impossible to navigate small areas, and even in large ones you end up running towards the camera half the time. It makes the game an exercise in frustration.
Summary: Hearing from other reviewers, you might not want to even look at this game. Gamers scaring others away with things like "horrible graphics" or "stupid gameplay options". I'll try to clear those up as I can. Graphics: the Bad: when your cape flaps it breaks the character's figure. the facial emotions of the character are horrid.
Summary: Given this is a Wii game where the graphics and controls are not always as smooth as say a PS3 or an xbox, I thought this game was exceptional. I am tired of hearing everyone rating down Wii games because of the graphics and gameplay. Its a Wii there is only so much they can do with it and you should have known that when you bought the system. I think this was a great game because it was tons of fun with the force combos, lighting and my favorite the lightsaber throw!
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. The camera angles are terrible, and it generally falls short of other Wii games.
Summary: This game is an awesome addition to any Wii collection, especially Star Wars fans. The concept of swinging your wii remote to swing your lightsaber is amazing, as well as thrusting your nunchuk forward to force push. Although the single player mode is on the easy side, it's a perfect game to play just for fun. Great story, cool concepts such as upgrades, and a very amusing one on one multiplayer lightsaber battle mode. I say buy it. It's a fun one.
Summary: Yeah, I said it. Best SW game EVER!!! I really liked the Jedi Knight games, and The Force Unleashed brings it to the next level. Better yet, we're finally dealing with an era that hasn't really been touched upon too much. I, personally, am a big fan of the "dark times" era between Episode III and Episode IV. There is a lot of mystery here and a lot of potential for stories with "not-so-happy" endings, which is a great change of pace. Anyway, so yeah, story is great.
Summary: Star Wars: The Force Unleashed for the Nintendo Wii is a fun, if not spectacular, experience. The hardcore gamer will find little to rave about, but it is, after all, a game for the Nintendo Wii. The game covers events between Episode III and Episode IV, and concentrates primarily on the formation of the Rebellion and the main character's role in that process.