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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed Member Review for the Xbox360

Xanth_Riaheart By:
Xanth_Riaheart
09/29/08
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
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GENRE Action 
PLAYERS
PUBLISHER LucasArts 
DEVELOPER LucasArts 
RELEASE DATE  
T Contains Violence

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                  Not like every other review you read where people either say OMG this game rocks best ever get this you wont regret it or. BLAH what crap i cant believe i spent money on this trash. This game was very well done in many ways but also had some faults. The graphics and the physics behind the game were amazing some parts on the graphics that made me kinda laugh at were the trees if you force pushed some like in the living forest with all the tall mushroom steams they swayed alot and stood back straight up that was a little disappointing but i understood that you cant have that much carnage without lag.
                The controls for the game were very smooth and easy to use and i dont know about you but you always feel like a bad ass when you walk into a room filled with stormtroopers or rebels and did a charged force push and sent everything flying. It followed star wars right to the roots of the saga and opened up more of what happened but if your an avide fan you already knew but it was a new twist to someone that has only seen the movies and never read the books. To continue though with the review of this game the only real Real issue i had with this game was the camera it worked but then didnt i would get frustrated during a heavy fight when i would try to turn the camera with the joystick and would just get knocked to the ground before i could see what hit me or get myself turned around using the centering camera button.
               The different lightsaber crystals was a nice touch like how Kotor would allow you to do also and i know other star war games have done this too and the color crystals that changed how the blade showed. the customes were nice also but became a pain on every level you started you had to go change the custome if you wanted to look different. other then the camera being a issue and the ton of LOADing screens between almost everything. Was a fantastic game not very long but easily replayable


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