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GF Rating
7.2

1447 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
4

Weak

Can Red Fly studios right the Force on Round II?

posted by Shadowolf5 (HAILEY, ID) Dec 4, 2010

Member since Nov 2009

Throught the majority of this game, about 6 hours I was extremely conflicted. They basically took everything except SOME of the characters and tossed it out. The game takes place after the events of Force Unleashed 1. The game starts with Lord Vader testing ur abilities he claims you are a clone and asking how the flashbacks are coming a cloning defect. The action starts when Vader asks u to kill Juno a Proxy unit. When u aren't able to force urself to do it, he claims u are another of many failures and tries to kill u. On the run, u are on a quest to find and save the real Juno Eclipse, bring the Rebel Alliance back to its former glory, and find if u are truly a clone or the real Starkiller, Master Kota claims it can't be done. The immediate change u will notice between the 2 games if you played the first is that, one, u know wield 2 lightsabers, and two, you know use your lightsabers with the A button. While I was dissapointed that u no longer swung the Wiimote, I suppose it is to be suspected, as u can't swing the nunchuck and Wiimote simultaniosly and keep the experience. u may also notice that the movie graphics have been seriously upgraded, but the gameplay graphics have gone down. You couldn't have done it the opposite way Red Fly? An upgrade is that most force powers are know controlled by buttons and motions, but this makes them hard to use in combat while slamming on the A button. Another dissapointment is that u no longer use the Rouge Shadow as ur base, thus the only way to upgrade ur force powers and lightsabers is in the middle of the game through the pause menu. Also, the interactive cutscenes have excluded the nunchuck and have become extremely predictable. Another downfall is the multiplayer, which has been trasformed to a 2D format, though if u move up, u can still fall off the platform. The charcters and crystals are know hard to find and limited compared to the first. Finally, the crapy ending made me me decide that the first WAS BETTEr. DON'TBUY

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GF Rating
6

Above Average

Star wars unleashed 2

posted by 1eminemfan (GALION, OH) Nov 30, 2010

Member since Nov 2010

The game was fun but I couldn't get past a part in the game. The graphics are a little blurry. The game is easy to understand. I think people should play Star wars. This game is for anybody. You can be any age to play this game.

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GF Rating
6

Above Average

Good game, Horrable maps and secens

posted by mrWTFguy2 (ALLEN, TX) Nov 25, 2010

Member since Nov 2010

I like this game alot, it gives essence to how the character really is throughout the game. one problem. The maps suck and the game is too restrictive. for the wii its a horrible game to play because you have to point and all this stupid stuff. Its just not worth it. I didn't like the graphics either. even on the hd tv with 1080p the graphics looked like a child designed it. All in all its a fun game but if they opened the maps up and let the person playing the game observe and look at stuff and not go along with the story. Oh and another thing the little cut scenes like with the storm troopers flying up and planning to attack, we don't need it to play all the way through, we just want to play. and the game is way too easy even for the unleashed level.

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