Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
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5 July 2012
Summary: I found this game to be enjoyable...for the serious gamers, you may find it boring or lacking. Since i am not a serious gamer, I play the WII on days that I am bored or just need to blow off steam and this game does it. Its fun to interact and quite enjoyable having the ability of the force lol.
Summary: While I will admit that i have a PS3 and my expectations for game graphics are pretty high but this was really dissappointed me. Dont get me wrong i loved the story!! but between the controls the graphics and the way to level up i just couldnt stand it!!
Fun, but glad I waited a while for the price to come down
Bradford P. Torrey "geektothemasses", Amazon
30 September 2011
Summary: In theory, this game is awesome, and it mostly lives up to the promise. If you've played games like this on the Wii, you pretty much know what to expect. It's fun, and literally swinging a light saber is really fun, but the controls can get a little tedious at times. My favorite part of this game is the great use of the force powers. Most games involving magic, the force, whatever, limit your use of these special powers to the point that you learn not to rely on them.
Summary: This is a fun game for you if you just want to go through it once. It has some replay value to it, but not much. The story is strong as is the work of the voice actors. I am disappointed in the duel option. It doesn't appear that you can play against the computer, only against friends. This was a downside for me because I don't have many gamer friends.
Summary: Pretty cool game, but its really short and its stupid that you cant replay levels. you haft to restart the whole game again. but you can get cool outfits and light saber hilts. i like beat it twice then it got lost some where. but over all ok game.
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.
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. The saber deflection feature definately leaves a lot to be desired, it doesn't work nearly as nicely as it did in KOTOR.
Summary: I had high expectations for this game. The game play is very visceral. It's probably the easiest of any Star Wars game I've ever played to pick up. It's also easy to execute your force moves. Unfortunately there is not a lot too this game. It's your basic run and gun only your using a light saber and some force powers. The enemies are not challenging and game play is linear. You can not explore your environment. You have to proceed forward to keep the story going.