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The movie series may be over, but the saga lives on with Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. The storyline takes place between films Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope, with the Galactic Empire nearing the peak of its far-reaching power. You are none other than Darth Vader's secret apprentice, engaging in covert missions to defeat those with designs on dismantling the Imperial regime. The Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions feature custom designed technologies that let players interact with the environment in diverse ways. Mastery of the Force allows the protagonist to lift writhing bodies into the air, letting them dangle powerlessly, before pushing them at high speeds into the background. Objects of varying sizes and strengths can also be manipulated, acting as mere toys for the evil Jedi to use in his nefarious deeds. Lightning crackles from fingertips, lightsabers twirl in the air, and entire spaceships move with the mind. It's all part of being a Jedi.

The protagonist will travel to various worlds in his relentless search for the few remaining Jedi who escaped Order 66. Featured locales include a TIE Fighter construction facility, the Wookiee home of Kashyyyk, a junkyard-like realm known as Raxus Prime, and a fungus-infested planet called Felucia. Each features groups of enemies that must be eliminated in stylish fashion, with Force power combos earning players experience points to customize their character. The action is viewed from a third-person perspective with the apprentice holding his red lightsaber pointed upward behind his back. Accompanying the lead character at various points is a prototype "holodroid" called Proxy as well as a blond Imperial pilot named Juno Eclipse. The Sith Lord's apprentice faces several deadly foes throughout his mission, including Maris Brood, a Zabrak warrior bent on revenge, and the primary target: grizzled General Rahm Kota, who learned the ways of the Force under the tutelage of Mace Windu and Yoda.


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GameStar Wars: The Force Unleashed
MPN0023272005641
UPC0023272005641, 023272332761, 712725024703, 799007792291

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PlatformXbox 360

Tech Details
ESRB DescriptorViolence
Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
Number of Players1
Release Year2008
Game Special Features
  • Grab, lift, and push enemies and objects with the Force

  • Complete secretive missions on behalf of Darth Vader

  • Unlock new powers and costumes by earning experience points


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    Created: 10/23/08

    Decent Game that you should RENT

    The Force Unleashed is a game that came with a lot of hype. Playing as an overly powered Jedi, Learning the secret of Vader's apprentice, and the tying knot between episodes 3 and 4. However, there have been mixed reviews about the game, and I feel the same.

    The Good:
    Incredible Graphics. The graphics are absolutely stunning, and give you a unique feel of the "used star wars world" that we were use to from the original movies.

    Rather fun. The game is a hack and slash, adventure where you go around beating the heck out of Stormtroopers and other things that get in your way. It almost combines a certain "Ninja" feel of PS2's "Shinobi" or "Ninja Gaiden" into the Star Wars universe.

    The Bad:

    The game is too short. Indeed it is. An average player can probably beat the game from 6-8 hours.

    Character Customization. Not a lot to customize other than lightsaber colors, switching through pre-made sets of character outfits, and all of the upgrades in the game can be acquired through playing it over and over.

    No Multiplayer. No online play or co-op.

    Repetitive. There's not much new things you can do, other than throwing people, zapping lightning at them or slicing people with your lightsaber.


    Overall:

    Overall, the game is fair. Many were expecting a new version of "Star Wars Jedi Knight", but it didn't come anywhere close, perhaps other than the "character growth". The game can be more related to "Star Wars: Jedi Power battles" without the multiplayer.

    The game is perhaps best used if you rented it from a video game store. A fun experience, for the first run you play through it. But there's not a lot more other than 2 game endings you choose only at the very end of the game (which you can simply save the game at the end, and load it after you have played through one ending). I've noticed the game had a feel to "Star Wars Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith" for PS2. Simply going through each level from start to finish, hacking and slashing away while growing points.

    Although the game has some incredible graphics, a stunning physics engine, and some good moments, the game overall just doesn't give you a finished feel. It's perhaps recommended for star wars fans who want to know the story or have a deep liking for the Star Wars universe, or Hack and slash or Ninja/Samurai Slasher gamers who'd like to get into the Star Wars universe. And sadly for the Jedi Knight/Jedi Academy fans, this is no modernized version of the game, and some may agree that Jedi Knight and Jedi academy were more fun than this.

    I personally give the game a 3 out of 5.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

    Created: 10/31/09

    A Stunning Entry Into the Star Wars Universe

    Fantastic HD Graphics - you will be stunned if you are playing the same game on a non-HD TV. Finally, a Star Wars game where the force comes alive as it should. Playing the opening scene as Darth Vader alone almost makes this game worth playing. Guided by a fairly compelling story-line in which you play the role of Darth Vader's secret apprentice, both adults and older children will have loads of fun bashing their way through the rebel alliance and empire troops alike. The surprising variety of combat visa-vi force powers and lightsaber action makes this game stand out from other first person shooters. Further the game gives you an impressive level of interaction with objects and even terrain. You can take out wookiees by toppling a nearby tree on them. You can cast aside objects the enemy is hiding behind or simply force blast it right through them. With all the options available to you the controls are surprisingly easy to learn and for those that struggle a training center is provided on board your ship for some extra practice.

    While many, like myself, will find the idea of playing an apprentice Jedi that Vader finds as a child and trains without the Emperor's approval interesting there are some aspects that may concern some parents. Not only is the game necessarily violent (though not bloody or gory), the need to protect your anonymity as Vader's protege requires taking out not only your opponents but any of your own troops who become aware of your existence. This raises certain ethical issues that go far beyond pretend violence and strike at the root of justice and goodness to say the very least. You are after all working on the Dark side. Parents should be aware of this issue and the wrestling with such ethical decisions that take place in the game.

    The greatest game play limitation is that it is strictly a single-player game, which is unfortunate. Any number of scenarios might have been invented for cooperative play, but they don't exist in this version.

    Nonetheless, for a game that you can pick up in Like-New or Very Good shape for around $15 on ebay, this game is a bargain.

    2 of 4 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

    Created: 03/31/09

    Behold! Mass pwnage!

    Star Wars: The Force Unleashed Review

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    Gameplay: Sp:(8.75/10)
    Singleplayer: 8.75/10
    SW: TFU's single player campaign is excellent, offering a wide variety of experiences and objectives throughout. A few minor targeting issues can frustrate players on occasion, and load times can be rather obnoxious, but no severe problems plague the game's actual mechanics.

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    Controls: 10/10
    You won't find smoother controls anywhere else. Force powers and combos are a breeze, flowing right from your fingertips.

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    Sound: 10/10
    Most of the music comes directly from the original trilogy, so the soundtrack is fantastic. Voice acting is top notch, and environmental and combat sounds seem more than convincing; they seem sublime. Not to mention, Stormtroopers are just plain funny when being held in mid-air.

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    Story: 9.5/10
    The developers at Lucas Arts have crafted a carefully woven story filled with plot twists and surprises. A few minor character inconsistencies are present, particularly with Darth Vader.

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    Graphics: 9/10
    (unless the graphics of a game are either superlatively terrible or unspeakably fantastic, I do not average this score into the overall total)
    Magnificent Facial animations with the exception of one particular caracter. Occasional graphical 'hiccups' will poke their ugly faces above the otherwise immaculate veneer.

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    Overall: 9.25/10
    Overall an excellent title. There are some frustrating battles, (especially on the higher difficulty levels,) but persistence (and a bit of luck) will eventually pay off. The game itself doesn't add any new force powers to the saga's 'arsenal' per se, but it does utilize them in such a way that players will have a hard time feeling that the game has not unleashed the power of the Force.

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    Review system numbers:
    1- Terrible: This should have never been done.
    2- Bad: Nothing here worth glancing at, broken, or nearly so.
    3- Poor: Some value here, but very, little, not really deserving of attention.
    4- Acceptable: Good for an hour or two- if you're bored. Really bored.
    5- Average: Run-of-the-mill, perhaps even solid, but nothing particularly new or creative.
    6- Decent:, Again, fairly common. Perhaps a few ingenuitive elements
    7- Good: Overall solid, well made and enjoyable. Possibly some flaws, but they don't ruin the experience.
    8- Great: Above average. A solid, well executed title. Usually several creative elements.
    9- Excellent: Wonderful, plenty of variety, well polished, with only a few minor flaws.
    10- Perfect: A magnificent triumph in both execution and ingenuity. Definitely worth looking into.

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    Created: 12/27/08

    Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (Xbox 360)

    First of all you should know this is a fairly short game. It has good game play and graphics. On the first level you start out as Darth Vader and you get to use the full powers of the force. You will figure out that when you start as the apprentice you don't have the full powers of the force but, you will get them as the game goes on. You can upgrade the powers of the force and get different combo attacks with your light saber. You can also get different color light sabers and costumes. The story mode is interesting and you can choose two different endings either the Light side, or the Dark side. You can choose the dark side at the final boss fight by jumping down and finishing off Darth Vader or you can choose the Light side by fighting Darth Sidious. After the final fight you don't get any more missions which I thought was a disappointment. Overall I would rate this game a 7 out of 10.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

    Created: 02/05/10

    Not the best but a SW fan must have either way!

    Sure its pretty and the gameplay, sound etc are all done well. But the story has a few holes but what story doesn't. Its also not a very long game as for actual play time. No MP shortens the life of this game. I have been a fan of the SW FPS games forever now. This Third Person game seems like a step back imo. But its still a fun play. For the price you should be able to pick it up used for currently, you cant pass it up. If its under $20 you are getting a deal. So for any SW fan that might have missed this, grab it now. And if you just like good third person action this is one you cant miss. All in all, this game is a solid title.

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