well this is the new star wars game on playstation 3 the force unleashed was really excited for it to come out got it in mail from gamefly put it in playstation 3 hi def of course and started playing was like not bad then just got too complecated and the buttons are too touche and they dont really explain how to do the moves for the characters i would rent it first not buy it good luck and happy gamein all i am ready for the new silent hill game myself
I just want to say, it's a great game, but $60 for 10 hours of fun isn't worth the money! But renting it is a must! I recommend this game to all action fans and starwars fans! If you have money to burn, go ahead and buy it, but if you're on a budget or have money morals, rent it. Either way you won't be disappointed!
I was really hoping to get this game through gamefly, but it's low availability. So my buddy couldn't wait and he ended up buying it.
With that being said, after we first put the game in we were excited. Minus the Cutscenes we were impressed. Cut scenes looked worse than the game! Graphically and Sound and all around presentation.
Our initial thought was the game was very in depth due to the leveling system and such. We both assumed this game will give us gaming pleasure for days to come.
Well 8 hours into the game we both realized we were on the last level. 2 hours later we beat it. I won't go into details, but it was great.
All in all, it's an awesome game. Actiony, great story, fun to play! I believe most of this planet will enjoy it!
There are a bunch of glitches though, but keep an open mind and you'll have fun!
I really really wanted to like this game. Unfortunately the overabundance of flaws made playing it just no fun. The game looks amazing and the physics are some of the best I've seen in a console game. The levels however are repetitive, as you tend to visit the all same areas a couple times instead of getting new areas to explore. Force powers are all cool in theory but poorly executed. In order to use the grip your character is unable to move, usually causing you to absorb abundant blaster fire in the process. Targeting is also flawed as the game really tries to lock on to what it thinks you want but has from my experience about a 50/50 success rate which is maddening when trying to do something in the middle of combat. Also, if you are not a fan of "quicktime" events this game isn't for you. Every Boss and sub-boss requires "quicktime" sequences to complete. I personally didn't find this to be an issue but it's not for everyone. Overall, if you are a Star Wars fan it's worth a play through for the story, but seeing as its only about 8 hours it wont keep you entertained for very long regardless of whether you like the game or not.