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Star Wars The Force Unleashed 2 Xbox 360 Edit
by PGTweed Combined Rating: 3.0
Star Wars The Force Unleashed 2 is the continuing adventures of Darth Vader's Secret Apprentice Starkiller. Who may or may not be a clone from the previous game Star Wars The Force Unleashed. The...
Pros Cons
  • Fighting a small monster, only fight a HUGE MONSTER next, Graphics, Sound Effects, dialog
  • The storyline is weak. Short to play.
Star Wars The Force Unleashed 2 is the continuing adventures of Darth Vader's Secret Apprentice Starkiller. Who may or may not be a clone from the previous game Star Wars The Force Unleashed. The storyline this time is weaker than the superior storyline from the previous game. The sound effects, dialog, music and graphics are all top notch for a Star Wars game. Storyline was better with Kyle Katarn from Star Wars Dark Forces, Jedi Outcast and Jedi Academy games. SW:TFU is similar to those games with the difference SW:TFU takes place between Episodes 3 and Episodes 4 and the others take place during and after Episodes 4-6. As Always, play on a Projector than a HDTV. The large screen helps to bring out more details of the game. For example: You are fighting against a small monster in a arena when a very huge hand grabs the smaller monster and out climbs A VERY HUGE MONSTER you have to defeat. Unfortunately, you don't defeat it in the arena. You do that while dropping several thousand feet to be rescued by your ship. The second is when you crash a large ship onto a planet. Think bringing down the Star Destroyer in SW:TFU with the Force while still inside the Star Destroyer. The gameplay is good but short. The levels are a fairly easy to complete. This game isn't as good as the first. However, I hope we haven't seen the last of Darth Vader's Secret Apprentice Starkiller.
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