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  • The Story Mode's actual plot is really pretty poorly conceived and very short, but I think most gamers picking up this game won't really mind
  • With all of the options the game gives you for disposing of your enemies and the option of battling it out with your friends in two player mode, I found myself at least well entertained for an afternoon
  • For this reason I enjoyed Jedi Academy a lot more, the game compensates for this sort of law by putting you up against a lot of jedi characters that have the same abilities and weapons as you do while also allowing you to rifle through the weaker units in the game (i

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      Star Wars: Force Unleashed is probably one of the newer games produced by LucasArts in sometime, it features, as do similar Star-Wars based games, a rising Jedi apprentice learning the ropes of the business as you go from level to level in the campaign mode. As a more recently developed game, the graphics are a little bit better than some of the previous versions of this sort of gaming.

      (i.

      e Jedi Academy) The game also features a much wider variety of options when it comes down to combat.

      Hacking things apart with your lightsaber certainly isn’t your only option anymore.

      The game offers you the typical force moves, like shooting blasts of


      lightning at your foes to choking them to death while they’re floating helplessly in the air, as well as more inventive options like combos involving your lightsaber and certain force abilities that combined do much more damage, as well as never before seen moves like “barrage” that sucks everything around you (rubble, enemies) into a swirling ball that moves around you until you push it forward into a blast of destructive potential.

      This game was a pretty fun.

      The Story Mode’s actual plot is really pretty poorly conceived and very short, but I think most gamers picking up this game won’t really mind.

      With all ...


      • of the options the game gives you for disposing of your enemies and the option of battling it out with your friends in two player mode, I found myself at least well entertained for an afternoon.

        The game isn’t brilliant.

        One thing that caused a lot of disappointment for me was the amount of effort it takes to dispose of non-jedi enemies that according to lightsaber physics should fall to pieces the moment you score a hit on them.

        Its frustrating to have a 10 minute show down with a chicken-walker launching rockets at you while you hack over and over again at its legs that should have been hacked off in

        your first swing.

        For this reason I enjoyed Jedi Academy a lot more, the game compensates for this sort of law by putting you up against a lot of jedi characters that have the same abilities and weapons as you do while also allowing you to rifle through the weaker units in the game (i.

        e Storm Troopers) with a few saber swings.

        All in all, Force Unleashed presents a few problems, if you’re looking for a game with an intellectually stimulating story line, this probably isn’t for you, but if your only interest is in tossing Storm Troopers around with your arsenal of force and saber abilities, you should find yourself pretty satisfied.




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