Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II
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Leaves something to be desired in the area of controls
Daniel Dempsey, Amazon
11 June 2014
Summary: At least for me, the developer's decision to emphasize special moves with the Wii-mote seems to ignore the potential of an accelerometer based Star Wars game. The Lightsaber is one of the most iconic weapons in sci-fi history and instead of getting to wield it, we are controlling a predefined set of...
Unleash the brutality!!! But force back what could be a great game.
THowerton "SHowT", Amazon
26 August 2013
Summary: The follow up from the fabulous The Force Unleashed does not live up to the standards that were set for up. Especially for the Wii. Graphic are fine considering the system and you can control some saber moves with flicking the Wiimote but this is where this game fails in comparison to the first.
Summary: The graphics were awesome in single player story mode. The story itself however was certainly lacking a little bit compared to other competitors. The multiplayer was the biggest let down. The graphics sucked and the attacks were not force related and were really boring.
Summary: Great while it lasted is right. This picked up where the previous one left off, but was over before I knew it. I'm not a gamer. Finishing a game shouldn't have taken such a very little time. It almost seems a setup for part 3. I hope there will be one.
Summary: I have been a Star Wars fan since the franchise began. I've played most of the Star Wars video games at one time or another. I also enjoyed the original Star Wars: Force Unleashed and replayed it many times. So when I learned there was a sequel in the works I was excited to see it.
Summary: This game is cool and fun to play. However, it is way to short... I guess lucas arts wanted to leave it open for a third title. However, I believe with a longer game and better story line they could have finished out the story in this game.
Summary: There are some cool new features in this sequel like using the Force to see hidden items, unlock puzzles, and battle cloaked enemies, and the combo and rage meters are good...but...the major change in the control system from the first game really puts a damper on this one for me.
Summary: Like another reviewer, I immediately disliked this game. It just felt inferior to its predecessor. The first game drew me in; it was almost like I WAS Starkiller! That feeling is gone in this game. Also gone are the many locales that I thought made the first one great.