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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed Member Review for the Xbox360

GENRE Action 
T Contains Violence

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I  have been always a fan of all starwars games, since I have Atari 2600 (just squares), Star wars on NES...And then on SNES "Lucas Arts" developed (Episodes 4,5,6) and they were really great....yeah I know sometimes with missions out  of the story, but they were very playable and fun!!!!...After that a bunch of games of starwars for a lot of consoles Sony, Nintendo, Microsoft and also PC and MAC (masters of teras kasi, rogue squadron, battelfront, shadows of the empire, obi wan, bounty hunter, star fighter, lego, racer, dark forces.......and a bunch more).....With the years Lucas arts has known how to develop games.....but this time I have to tell  something.......The next time I will choose a half an hour movie......(where is the difficulty, where are all the people that nowadays studied a career in video games), I think that is not a good game because I spend $50 and it was 9 hours of effective game to finish it.....a lot of movies and also there are 2 missions that you dont do anything and counts like a mission, you unlocked stuff in these "movie missions"!!!!..... I bought the game in the Wii console,  because you have your saber light in 1 control and the force in the other one, thats very cool!!!!,  it has aceptable graphics,  but even though I think that misses a lot of stuff to make it fun or great as the old ones, I think that even rogue squadron has more missions or obi wan......this time lucas arts did something that many companies are making in this huge and juicy business  of video games, just to deliver on time and to explode the fans... and is only the story betwen the episode III and IV,  I found on the net that maybe there going to be a cartoon series about that.  I dont know how is possible that through the years the peolpe working in these big, technologic and cool studios cant make somenthing "Impressive", I mean we are in the 2008 there are at least 3 plataforms PS3, Xb360 and Wii, these plataforms are suposse to play with, not to see a lot of movies all the time, when you bought a game.....I think that even "mario galaxy" that is more for kids took me more time to finishit it,  and it was more difficult, or star wars lego.....So what I have to say ....LUCAS ARTS this time you produced a poor game.... its more a movie and its very  easy and very short.......
Also a small detail but counts.....I dont know if in X360 or PS3, they did what they did in the last games ( the animation of the beginimg "lucas arts" with the force, saberligts, spaceships.....) because in the Wii its a very proud animation of the logo......I hope that Lucas Arts for the next time has a lot of experts on the field, I mean people that played old games and now play a lot of games and make something interesting.....but my advice wait for get cheaper this title of video game, because its  monetary value is more than the real game...

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