Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
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Chrimardix , GameStop
15 May 2012
Summary: Man, is this game stupid! I got it for the DS, and even though the graphics for the DS aren't that good, it WAY better than on the Wii. First of all, I haven't even got past the FIRST LEVEL! I mean really, you'd think the first level would be EASY right? WRONG! The training is the funnest part, and it' s not fun AT ALL! The I mean, the game plot and graphics and stuff is good, but the game itself got shot out of the sky by the gameplay.
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: I think this game would be truly better on nintendo ds if they even made it for ds witch they didnt this game in my opinion would be way better if they worked on it a littl harder because this game lacks way to many things to make it even 2 stars better graphics,better storyline,and better force to be unleashed!!!!!!!
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: 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: 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. I'd read a few good/rave reviews, and a few very negative ones. I at least thought the controls would be relatively responsive.
Summary: I pre-ordered this product, and had high hopes for it. The trailers, nintendo channel previews, and etc. made it look great. I picked it up at my local gamestop, and brought it home. I popped it in my wii, and enjoyed it. For about 2 hours. It started getting repetitive after THAT long, and gameplay was lukewarm at best. The force powers held my attention for a little while, but the limited number of powers on the wii system makes things boring.
Summary: If you've played any other Jedi/Force games you can safely give this one a miss. The only thing you're going to find superior about Force Unleashed is a more complex physics engine, and it is pitifully under utilized. There is a certain level of satisfaction from picking up a storm trooper with the Force and tossing him off of Cloud City, don't get me wrong.
Summary: It for 4 year olds! far too easy and absolutley annoying becuase it does not save to where you were..... it saves to the beggining of that level... This is so annoying that I did even bother finishing the game!
Summary: On paper, this game sounds amazing: a modern take of the classic Jedi Knight series from the 90's with improved an physics engine, stunning graphics, a George Lucas-approved storyline filling in the narrative gap of the 'dark times' between Episodes III and IV, and - on the Wii - direct control of your lightsabre with the Wiimote On the plus side, the game delivers in terms of storytelling - as Darth Vader's secret apprentice you help the Empire hunt down and destroy the...