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. The first Unleashed used the Wiimote to good effect; I felt like a giddy Padawan as I waved and pushed the Wiimote and nunchuk around to accomplish my force-related moves.
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. Overall, the original was way better because the player didn't have to deal with as many crappy components.
YOU'RE GOING TO RETURN THIS RIGHT AFTER YOU FINISH
Jimmer72 , GameStop
28 March 2013
Summary: I got the first Star Wars The Force Unleashed for my PSP, and when I found out that they cancelled SWFU II for PSP, I went straight to buying it for Wii. In comparison I liked the PSP game play better because you got to choose special attacks by pressing a combination of buttons. In the Wii game, you could only attack or jump or throw your lightsabers, and then your force unleashed bar would increase, making your moves more effective.
Summary: My expectations for this game was high, and it just didn't meet it. The controls are weird, and the levels seem like they last forever. However, the cool thing is the sound and graphics. Plus the fact that you have TWO Lightsabers.
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: The Force is unleashed yet again on my Wii and boy is it kinda fun. I'll be upfront: I totally enjoyed the first installment of the Starkiller franchise. The feeling of wielding a lightsaber and controlling the Force in a way my young pre-teen mind could never have ever conceived of while playing the super fun Super Star Wars trilogy on my ol' SNES is enough to make your brain explode from the sheer nerdiness of it all. The game made you feel powerful.
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. However, I wasn't willing to fork out $50 for the thing. When I saw it for sale on Amazon for under $20, I knew it was time for me to get it. Boy am I glad that I waited.