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STAR WARS: The Force Unleashed II

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STAR WARS: The Force Unleashed II is a third person action/adventure video game with elements of platforming. It is a sequel to STAR WARS: The Force Unleashed released in 2008. The game was created during nine months development cycle and despite some similarities to the first one, TFUII offered elements such as modified sound effects and gameplay. The main protagonist of TFUII is a clone of Starkiller, who has a secret history with Dart Vader. The main goal of a game is to find your true identity and find protagonist's love – Juno Eclipse. The game takes place about six months after the events of the first entry in the series and one year before the first Star Wars film. TFUII is known for its dark and much more personal story compared to the first game. There are two main weapons in the game – The Force itself and a famous lightsaber with which you can do various different combos. TFUII also adds another new element – puzzles, the ability to wield two lightsabers at a time and more Force powers then the original.

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Red Fly Studio
LucasArts Entertainment
Aspyr Media
Disney Interactive, LucasArts Entertainment
Age rating
13+ Teen

System requirements for PC

7 / 8 / 10
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8 GHz or AMD Athlon X2 6000+
Video: ATI Radeon HD 4800 / NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260
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STAR WARS: The Force Unleashed II reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Hello, I liked the first Part very much and liked to play dochand, and I have to say the second Part is unbelievable! The Graphics are much better (as long as you are smart enough to set the Graphics high too) gameplay has improved significantly and the Animations are 1000x times better compared to the first part while the first Part barely had any there are great Animations for the Melee with 2 Laser Thinning. To Pc Control I can't say anything unfortunately I've only played both Parts with Xbox 360 Controllers and so of course the Controls are good. For the People who liked the first Part a unique MUST, really improved in all Points, for the People who have not yet bought a Part, I would say either both or only the 2nd even if one does not think I come after in the Story without the 1st because e It doesn't give a "what's happened so far" or anything. Just look at Youtube both ending from The 1st on if you only buy Part 2 that may be enough ... I hope this Review was Helpful! :)
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After the first Part, I had actually adjusted myself again to a lot of Frustration, but luckily that didn't come in. Apart from one, two Forced Versions of the Game, I actually had few More exciting things. :) Here I compare my Impressions with the first Part. Visually, Part 2 definitely makes more than the First. This Also applies to the Cutscenes, but thanks to the somewhat chewing Story, these somehow ' empty ' come across. The whole Thing is more fluid in terms of combat technology and, as in the first Part, beautiful Combos can be stranded Together again. Unblockable Attacks of the Opponents have occurred to me less, but with some Opponents in Melee combat One is constantly brought to Ground or the first three Attacks are blocked and then we are pushed back, which is a bit annoying, but thanks to the Combos you can do it right here Push a Stop to the Fix. Boss Fights are in contrast to the first Part fruity-free, but much more repetitive and take a very long time, since bosses have an extremely high energy and several Phases, which for me is also the biggest Minus to this Game. This Minus is joined by the Quicktimeevents. Here, not as in the first Part, a central Position was used to display the Buttons to be pressed, but depending on the Button on the left, center or right of the Screen. In Itself nothing tragic, only unfortunately you quickly overlook the Display. In addition, there is usually not much Time for The Push of a Button ... The Game time is quite short. If you don't give off the Spoon quite as often as I do, you're through in about 5-6 Hours. Game Recommendation I can definitely give To the Star Wars Fans.
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