Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II
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StarWarsExpert , GameStop
8 October 2012
Summary: This sequel (to the epic Star Wars: The Force Unleashed) is an embarrassment to the Star Wars video game series. First of all, this game is way too easy (just keep pressing the "A" button and you'll kill easily kill everyone). Second, it has a "arcade-video-game" type feel to it (I felt like there should be a slot in the Wii system to accept quarters) since every time you kill someone the screen lights up and indicates how many points you scored and what "Jedi skill...
Summary: I played the force unleashed 1 on the wii and it was really good, so then i thought why don't i try to play force unleashed II on the wii also, and come to find out it was little less than unacceptable the graphics are not as good as they could be and the game play is far from good in my opion, so then i decided to play it on the xbox 360... and all i can is WOW sooooooo much better.
Summary: This game is so bad, that I only played for 20 minutes, then turned it off. It was so bad because the sounds and graphics were bad. The controls were suckish, using the light sabers went from epic, to EPIC FAIL! . NOTE: This is a little brothers point of view. I personally thought the game had good graphics and sound, but the controls werent that good. I am not a fan of Star Wars, but he is. I would rate this game 4 out of 10.
Summary: This game is a huge let down for not only gamers but star wars fans as well. This game took me 4 hours to beat my first run through. It was way too easy and mad gliched. The hardest part of the game was jumping not because they were made to be hard but because the game was gliched i think. The mutiplayer was alright. And the story OMG how lame.
Summary: Horribly reptitive gameplay, very cheaply made, looks terrible and uses one of the worst control schemes I have ever seen in a game. The game itself is ridiculously short and other than the repetitive grind of the comabt there is little else to do. You can upgrade your character, but there's not really much point - you could easily finish the game without bothering.
Summary: First, let's us start with a positive, Amazon delivered it a day before release. Well done. Which means I've had two evenings to ponder this. If you're not the type who reads long reviews, because I'm not sure how much of a rant this is going to turn into then, PLEASE, SAVE YOUR MONEY! IF YOU DON'T OWN THE FIRST, BUY THAT. IF YOU DO, PRETEND THIS 'GAME' NEVER HAPPENED...