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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed Member Review for the Wii

By:
NoFightingHere
10/05/08
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Action 
PLAYERS  
PUBLISHER LucasArts 
DEVELOPER Krome Studios 
RELEASE DATE  
T Contains Violence

What do these ratings mean?

Of course this game is one of the BEST  Star Wars games ever made. I loved it most on the Nintendo Wii, I dont know if its the part where you have to do certain things with your hands instead of button combos, but it was sooooooooooo much better on Wii than PS2 or 360.

In this game YOU ARE A SITH/JEDI!!!

The story line may have been one of my favorite parts. It was a little bland at first, with all the go kill a jedi, yada yada yada. But as you get along and you leave Vader to assemble your so called 'Rebel Alliance' it gets a little better. As you go along in the game, i noticed that your character quits doing things so darastically. Like instead of killing the bartender, he just choked him a whole bunch, mabey not a huge jump, but its a start.

Im gonna make this a short review because i dont have much time but here is what i thought of it in a nut shell.

Wii:

Motion Combos- Some of them are a little tricky.

All Systems:

Story Line- It was great after you get past the begining.

Button Combos- I have never been such a big fan of the whole button combo thing, but i think this game makes them a little easier.

Graphics- The graphics were AWSOME in most of the game, exept PS2, but thats just because PS2 has crapy graphics anyways.

Well that pretty much what i thought in a nut shell. I promis a better review later, but for now i have no time left and have to go.  

 


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